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Despite the Internet, Students Still Line up for Books

Despite the Internet, Students Still Line up for Books

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Reporter

January 23, 2018


Filed under News, Student Issues

The scene outside the Fresno City College bookstore on the first day of classes was familiar: a long line on a drizzly January day. Students stood waiting for scantrons, pencils and textbooks. The long line seems out of place in a post-Amazon world where online retailers trump brick and mortar s...

Ram Pantry Opens Its Doors in New Space

Ram Pantry Opens Its Doors in New Space

Story By: Ashleigh Panoo, Editor-in-chief

November 29, 2017


Filed under Community, News, School Events, Student Issues

The long-awaited and newly designed Ram Pantry opened in the student center on Nov. 27, bringing with it a daily source of free food for Fresno City College students. Open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Ram Pantry provides canned, bagged, fresh and refrigerated food to students in ne...

Here’s How to Train Your ‘Sixth Sense’ for Dangers, Police Chief Says

Here’s How to Train Your ‘Sixth Sense’ for Dangers, Police Chief Says

Story By: Jimmy Heng, Reporter

November 29, 2017


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

Don’t let yourself be a sheep, José Flores, chief of police for the State Center Community College District, told faculty, students and staff about situational awareness during a safety training in OAB 114 on Nov. 28. Flores said that people become victims when they are not aware of their surro...

Discussion of Indigenous Women Takes Center Stage

Discussion of Indigenous Women Takes Center Stage

Story By: Melissa Moua, Reporter

November 20, 2017


Filed under Community, Faculty, News, Race/Gender Issues, Student Issues

It was standing room only in the Skylight room of the Old Administration during a panel discussion of  “Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women” on Nov. 16. The panel consisted of Regina E. Murillo, Tongya, Kumeyaay, Absentee Shawnee, Natalie Deanda and Siletz.  Marissa Diaz and instructors Ber...

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...

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