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The Fight For Fax

The Fight For Fax

Story By: Hannah Lanier and Janine Tate

February 12, 2020

Yonas Paulos came into the Rampage newsroom the second week of the spring 2020 semester on behalf of his disabled step-son, Joshua Rodriguez, who is a welding student at Fresno City College in distress over the upcoming suspension of the free bus pass program. “Have you guys gotten to the bottom of it?...

Dympna’s Garden of Reporters

Dympna’s Garden of Reporters

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Editor-in-Chief

November 27, 2019

Dympna Ugwu-Oju should be used to surprises, especially from her students. For over 10 years, her career has been defined by would-be journalists entering the revolving door of the Rampage--each one entering a newsroom, almost always by accident--without a clue about reporting. And every time there...

All Gender Restrooms, Shower Curtains in High Demand, Says Allied Staff President.

All Gender Restrooms, Shower Curtains in High Demand, Says Allied Staff President.

Story By: Natalie Gallegos, Reporter

October 23, 2019

A previous version of this story incorrectly paraphrased Arien Reed and mischaracterized his relationship with Shannon Robertson, the director of construction services for the district. The article originally said that a lack of safe and gender-inclusive restrooms contributed to class drops, when it ...

Adjunct Instructors Juggle Multiple Jobs to Make a Living

Adjunct Instructors Juggle Multiple Jobs to Make a Living

Story By: Gisella Luna, Reporter

February 27, 2019

Spanish professor Yaneth Ramirez has been an adjunct professor for 12 years now. She is a mother and, despite her employment as an educator, she has had to work part-time jobs to help support herself and her family. She did not choose to teach only part-time, and she is not alone. “There are way...

New Music Faculty Add Classes, Events

New Music Faculty Add Classes, Events

Story By: Blake Evans, Reporter

September 11, 2018

The music department at Fresno City College has undergone a major change, following the retirement of many long-serving professors. “We had some of the best and most celebrated educators here,” Kevin Cooper, chair of the department head, said. “We went from a well oiled machine to a question...

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