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Coping With COVID-19: Student Experiences

Story By: Natalie Gallegos, Reporter April 28, 2020

Graduates: Changing the Direction of the Walk Carol Martinez-Guzman is a sociology major. Currently a senior in Design Science High School taking 13 credits at Fresno City College through a dual enrollment...

Amy Ronhaar, a pro-choice activist, confronts anti-abortion rights protesters. I will not be ashamed. I will not give in to policy.

Group’s Visit to Campus Prompts Abortion Debate

Story By: Tamika Rey, News Editor March 28, 2019

Pro-abortion rights advocates and anti-abortion rights protesters clashed over the free speech rights of an anti-abortion group that visited the Fresno City College campus on March 19. The explosive...

Members of the FCC body rally to recognize International Women’s Day 2019 with a march from the PASS Center to the Free Speech area Thursday, March 7, 2019.

PASS Center Marks International Women’s Day

Story By: Tamika Rey, News Editor March 12, 2019

PASS center coordinator, Jennifer Dorian, would not allow the Fresno City College community to forget the significance of the International Women’s Day or the importance of women in society. Staff...

Sue Klebold speaks about her book “A Mothers Reckoning” in the OAB auditorium on Feb. 13 to raise awareness for suicide prevention.

Talk Less, Listen More, Columbine Shooter’s Mom Urges

Story By: Angel de Jesus Jr., Reporter February 28, 2019

The mother of one of the perpetrators of Columbine, one of the deadliest school shootings, told a packed auditorium of Fresno City College students and staff why this tragedy occurred and how it might...

Music major Ray Silva, 36, smoking natural tobacco to relieve stress in FCCs designated smoking area.

Is FCC Still Becoming Smoke Free

Story By: Leticia Leal February 13, 2019

Students at Fresno City College are speaking out about the possibility of a smoke-free campus. “The air on campus will be much cleaner and much easier to breathe,” Tara Chard, third semester photo...

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