The Rampage Online

Are We Vulnerable to a Mass Shooting at FCC?

Are We Vulnerable to a Mass Shooting at FCC?

Story By: Christian Hurtado, Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under Community, Guns, Opinion, Student Issues

In the early afternoon of Aug. 26, 2018 David Katz walked into a pizza parlor in Jacksonville, Florida where a video game tournament was being held and opened fire, killing two people and injuring at least 10, before killing himself. Killings like this have plagued the headlines for years now. The...

The Transfer Center is Offering Daily Workshops for CSU Spring Application, But Not For Long

The Transfer Center is Offering Daily Workshops for CSU Spring Application, But Not For Long

Story By: Christian Hurtado,, Reporter

August 29, 2018


Filed under News, Student Issues, Video

The transfer center at Fresno City College is offering daily workshops during the month of August for students who want to attend a California State University for the spring 2019 semester. The month of August is the time to apply for any CSU for the Spring 2019 semester and the transfer center is...

An Evening with Carole Goldsmith — Fresno City College President

An Evening with Carole Goldsmith — Fresno City College President

Story By: Paulina Rodriguez, News Editor

August 29, 2018


Filed under College Governance, Community, News, Student Issues

Two years into her presidency, Carole Goldsmith works tirelessly to lead Fresno City College into the future through innovative programs such as Bolt to College and FCC Everywhere, while overseeing several Measure C projects. Goldsmith says running the largest institution in the Valley isn’t a responsibility...

Why Eating Disorders Can Be More Psychological Than Physical

Why Eating Disorders Can Be More Psychological Than Physical

Story By: Anjanae Freitas, Reporter

May 1, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Student Issues

Imagine that you have an eating disorder. No, not like that. Like it really is. Imagine having a voice in your head that barks at you like a drill sergeant. Now imagine that no one believes you because you are not thin. The way our culture thinks of eating disorders is trash and naive. Society has...

School Walkouts Are Not a Trend

School Walkouts Are Not a Trend

Story By: Stefanie Verdugo Tholen, Reporter

April 3, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Student Issues

On March 14, 2018, students all over the United States walked out of class to protest against gun violence. When following this movement I had to wonder how many students were actually walking out because they truly want to be part of something monumental and truly protest against gun violence or...

The News Site of Fresno City College
Student Issues