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The News Site of Fresno City College

The Rampage Online

The News Site of Fresno City College

The Rampage Online

Classrooms Embrace AI: ChatGPT Revolutionizes Learning. Photo created by Canva May 1, 2024.

ChatGPT in School

Story By: Paige Gerber, Reporter May 9, 2024

The future of ChatGPT is inevitable. One concern surrounding the use of artificial intelligence in education is its potential to cheat and threaten independent learning.  Grace Lucido, a student at...

(Right to Left) Auguste Kouadio speaks to the audience as Victoria Benavides, Rigoberto Garcia, and Eric Escovedo sits alongside him.

Ethnic Studies Panel Encourages Positive Action For The Future

Story By: Logan Payne, Reporter May 9, 2024

Five of the seven full-time Cultural and Women’s Studies Department faculty spoke to students about the power of conjoined perspectives in a discussion panel on April 30, 2024. Intro to Ethnic Studies...

Fresno City College Anthropology Museum holds many artifacts and art pieces used to display a wide range of cultures from across the world.  As of April 29, 2024, the museum is still closed for public visits.

Researching The Past May Not Be In The Future for Some FCC Students

Story By: Jesus Herrera, Editor-in-Chief May 8, 2024

Fresno City College will no longer offer all but one of its archaeology courses in the next academic year. This eliminates the ability for students to earn an archaeological technician certificate of achievement...

The third annual State Center Community College District Men of Color Summit features Francisco Rodriguez, Ph.d in education and is chancellor of the Los Angeles Community College District as the keynote speaker on March 22, 2024 at Fresno City College.

Where Are The Men at FCC?

Story By: Oscar Sandoval, Reporter May 8, 2024

For decades, the gender gap in college enrollment has been growing and it reached a breaking point during the COVID-19 pandemic. On March 22, Fresno City College hosted the third annual Men of Color...

Qiyamah Jackson posing in front of the OAB.

Associated Student Government Presidential Candidate Gets Disqualified From Upcoming Election

Story By: Josiah Poynter, Managing Editor April 25, 2024

Associated Student Government presidential candidate, Qiyamah Jackson, is running a write-in campaign after being disqualified from running after her Instagram was deemed “campaigning material,” according...

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