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Veterans Ceremony Shows That ‘No One Who Serves is Alone’

Veterans Ceremony Shows That ‘No One Who Serves is Alone’

Story By: David Hernendez, Reporter

November 8, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Student Issues

Fresno City College held its annual Veterans Day Ceremony in front of the cafeteria on Nov. 3. Veterans of all ages and from all branches of the military were honored at this prestigious event. The ceremony began with an introduction by the master of ceremonies, Sean Henderson, Dean of Student Se...

Taking Preventative Measures Can Curb Theft on Campus

Taking Preventative Measures Can Curb Theft on Campus

Story By: Seth Casey, Reporter

November 8, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Police, Student Issues

Fresno City College has experienced a number of thefts over the fall semester, including stolen bicycles, backpacks, cellphones and even textbooks. During the month of October, there were four reports of grand theft, four reports of petty theft, two reports of burglary, and one report of theft of pe...

Partnership with CTEC to Bring More High School Students on Campus

Partnership with CTEC to Bring More High School Students on Campus

Story By: Samantha Domingo, News Editor

November 8, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Student Issues

Fresno City College is partnering with the Career Technical Education Charter High School (CTEC) to offer dual enrollment that allows high school students to take college classes. The CTEC campus will be located on Fresno County’s Board of Education Kermit Koontz Education Complex (KKEC), just over a mile east from FCC. The campus had its groundbreaking for the shop facility on Oct. 20, and construction for the CTEC campus starts in late November, according to Jonathan Delano, di...

Earn College Credit While Touring the World

Earn College Credit While Touring the World

Story By: Jimmy Heng, Reporter

November 8, 2017


Filed under News, School Events, Student Issues

The State Center Community College District is offering students a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take a transfer level course while exploring a foreign country for up to three weeks during the summer of 2018. The study abroad program is offering the chance to study in Oxford, England or Dublin, ...

Limited Options Mean Longer Lines for Food

Limited Options Mean Longer Lines for Food

Story By: Samantha Domingo, News Editor

October 25, 2017


Filed under Community, Food, News, School Events, Student Issues

Since the Pacific Cafe closed at the end of the spring 2017 semester, students are more limited to their dining options on the Fresno City College campus. Currently, the only places to get food are the cafeteria, bookstore, the cart by the fountain and vending machines on campus. Administration is a...

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