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The News Site of Fresno City College

The Rampage Online

The News Site of Fresno City College

The Rampage Online

Hannah Lanier

Hannah Lanier, News Editor

Hannah Lanier is the 20 year old New Editor and reporter for the Rampage at Fresno City College. Born and raised in Fresno, California, Lanier is the youngest of five siblings. She is a travel enthusiast, avid Netflix watcher, and coffee consumer.

Due to her love of writing and interest in all things politics, Lanier is majoring in Journalism and minoring in Political Science, which she hopes to earn her Bachelors of Arts degree in at Fresno State.

Hannah always saw herself attending a university out of state, but after attending an out of state university for her first year of college, she realized she wanted to gain experience and earn her degree under the Fresno City College and Fresno State University Journalism programs.

After graduating from Fresno State, Lanier plans to continue to earn her Master's Degree in Journalism from the University of Maryland. Ideally aspiring to becoming an international correspondent.

Apart from working as the News Editor for the Rampage, Lanier is involved in a handful of other things. One that is the most important to her is being a missionary for a local non-profit organization, Care Fresno. Care Fresno is a local non-profit focused on working with and building up the youth of Fresno by prioritizing low-income, high-crime neighborhoods.

While Lanier holds many interests, her main interest is bringing honesty and charm to journalism.

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