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I’ve Written This at Least a Hundred Times: A Reflection on How COVID-19 Affects Student Journalists

Story By: Ben Hensley, Editor-in-Chief December 10, 2020

Fresno City College’s student run newspaper, The Rampage, produced 137 stories from news, opinion, entertainment, and sports from January to June of 2020. In fall of 2020, The Rampage produced 40. It...

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Rampage Editorial Staff Weighs in on the Importance of Voting

Story By: Ben Hensley, David Richards, Julie Chavez, and Patrick Henslee October 19, 2020

Ben Hensley:  Editor-in-Chief The United States of America is the land of opportunity. Our opportunity starts in the voting booth. Whether by mail or in person (social distancing required), voting...

We Apologize

Story By: The Editorial Board October 28, 2019

We want to extend our deepest apologies. On Friday, Oct. 25 we learned of a terrible oversight in the print run of our fifth issue, specifically a drop quote in the “Chemical Spill Shuts Down MSE Building,...

The student bookstore was privatized in July, and six weeks into an 18 week semester some students still dont have their books. Photo illustration by Tommy Tribble.

The Bookstore With No Books

Story By: The Editorial Board September 30, 2019

Our big story this issue is about the bookstore--specifically its privatization, which took place in July when the State Center Community College District sold the store to Follett. Follett took over managing,...

The Tribute in Light, an art installation of 88 searchlights placed six blocks south of the World Trade Center. The twin beams of light commemorate the 9/11 attacks. For those that lived through the attacks, the lights memorialize a skyline eternally scarred. For those born after, the lights are all that ever was. Photo courtesy of Flickr.

I Remember

Story By: The Editorial Board, Tommy Tribble, Derek Bullis, Ben Hensley , and Hannah Lanier September 11, 2019

The editorial board reflects on their memories of 9/11.  Tommy Tribble, Editor-in-Chief I remember the television. I was 7 years old, and I must have been in the second grade. I remember an early...

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