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Lola Gayles is Ready to Knock it Out of the Park, ‘But I Don’t Have a Bat’

Lola Gayles had a 3.0 before Follett Higher Education acquired the student bookstore. A faulty code and a missing textbook later, she found herself unable to pass her summer classes, putting her dream of taking over a transition house into jeopardy, Sept. 23, 2019.

Story By: Kris Hall, Reporter

September 30, 2019

Until the summer of 2019, Lola Gayles was marching steadily to achieve her goals at FCC. With a double major in drug and alcohol abuse counseling and social work, she was taking all the right classes. Her tentative graduation date was Aug. 14, 2020. That was before the bookstore privatized. “I’ve...

Trustees Approve 1,000 New Parking Spaces with New Structure

Christine Miktarian, vice chancellor of operations and information systems for the State Center Community College District explains basic specifications for the proposed parking structure project at Fresno City College, during a board of trustees meeting on Tuesday, April 2, in OAB 251.

Story By: Tamika Rey, News Editor

April 11, 2019

The Fresno City College community will know which company will construct the new parking structure which was approved by the board of trustees of the State Center Community College District during its meeting on April 2. The district plans to use “Design Build” in the process of choosing a contractor....

Trustee Perea Plans for the Brightest Future

Annalisa Perea is a millennial, a Latina, a member of the LGBT community and one of the newest members of the Board of Trustees. Her background in urban planning and design is proving instrumental during her term thanks to Measure C and the high profile infrastructure projects its funding, Thursday, April 4.

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Editor-in-Chief

April 11, 2019

Community members gathered before a wall of design plans, dozens of photos portraying different concepts and configurations of the planned West Fresno campus. The planning charrette was open to the public. Students and faculty held green and red dots, which they used to mark their preferences for...

Board Reviews a Pathway to Equity and Success

Board of Trustees meeting of the Pathway Program talking about how to help students in their education at the district building, March 1.

Story By: Ramon Castanos, Reporter

March 12, 2019

The Board of Trustees of the State Center Community College District discussed the Guided Pathways system -- a program meant to help students succeed by emphasizing student equity in their education -- during its meeting on March 1. Bryan McClenney, the Pathway consultant, described equality as p...

State Center Community College District Board of Trustees Meeting Highlights Budget Plans

Story By: Bryan Beltran, Reporter

September 12, 2018

The SCCCD Board of Trustees voted on Tuesday, Sep. 4, to approve the new multi-million dollar budget formula for the 2018-19 fiscal year, the purchase of a new mobile fire training facility, and an increase to the architectural contract for the new-to-come Fresno City College Science Building. The...

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