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RAMPAGE EDITORIAL: Choose correctly now to ensure your future

RAMPAGE EDITORIAL: Choose correctly now to ensure your future

Story By: Rampage Editorial Board

November 1, 2012


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Statistically, the age group of 18-29, your age group, is the least likely to vote. It is imperative that we not let that happen this Nov. 6. There is too much at stake for our age group to remain silent, and allow the fat cats to decide everything for us. Every four years the president faces off...

Vote YES on Prop 30: Or you’ll regret it

Story By: Rampage Editorial Board

October 17, 2012


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

You better get yourself a job, because if Proposition 30 fails on Nov. 6, chances are there won’t be enough room in Fresno City College for all of us. Students are notoriously apathetic when it comes to voting; however, this election year is the most important one you’ve ever witnessed in your...

ASG: incompetent or malicious?

ASG: incompetent or malicious?

Story By: Rampage Editorial Board

October 3, 2012


Filed under Editorials, Opinion, Top Stories

Is the Associated Student Government malicious or just incompetent? This is the question that many are now asking about the ASG, the voice of Fresno City College students. This question follows the questionable removal of Sen. James Demaree after comments on his personal social media pages were...

ASG’s Stance on Free speech Is Unacceptable

ASG’s Stance on Free speech Is Unacceptable

Story By: Rampage Editorial Board

September 19, 2012


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

The flags of U.S. embassies throughout the Middle East are burning as America’s constitutional promise of free speech is put to a global test. Four American lives have been lost as protestors denounced a film that deliberately denigrates Islam and its founder, Muhammad. In spite of the rage directed...

Student advocacy, not student apathy

Story By: Rampage Editorial Board

September 5, 2012


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

There has been no more important year in recent memory for students to be involved in the state and national legislative process. The number of major ballot propositions is staggering -- budget propositions that could determine the future of community college funding; legislation that could substantially...

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