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The News Site of Fresno City College

The Rampage Online

The News Site of Fresno City College

The Rampage Online

Car show section of the Anime-Com 10.0 where many people are gathered during the convention.

Fresno’s Largest Anime and Gaming Convention Returned Bigger than Before

Story By: Jayronan Vanthy, Entertainment Editor March 28, 2022

Ani-Me Con is back. Fresno’s largest anime and gaming convention took place in its usual two-day span at the Fresno Fairgrounds on Saturday, March 19-20.  Ani-me Con made its return to Fresno bringing...

City Jazz Flyer 2022

Fresno City College “City Jazz Festival” Featuring Local Musician

Story By: James Pewthers, Reporter March 15, 2022

The City Jazz Fest at Fresno City College is taking place on March 17, in the FCC Theatre in the Speech/Music building. The event will begin at 8 a.m. and close at 6 p.m.  The main event will start...

Everyone ready to break ground for the First Responder Center.
Photo from Fresno City College Facebook post

First Responder Center Groundbreaking Ceremony

Story By: Krystle Nozartash and Samantha Morales February 22, 2022

Fresno City College broke ground on the new First Responders Center on Feb. 17. Despite this being a groundbreaking ceremony, construction of the First Responder Center has already begun and is expected...

April 11, 2021 Tower Theater Protest.

How the Sale of a Beloved Landmark is Impacting the Local LGBT+ Community

Story By: Aroara Trimm, Entertainment Editor April 20, 2021

The Tower District is home to a proud LGBT+ community and many local LGBT+ businesses, many of which will be impacted by the sale of the Tower Theater to Adventure Church.  The theater first went up...

Thousands gather to march for womens rights and the LGBT community behind the River Park shopping center on Jan. 19, 2019. Photo by Angel de Jesus

In Its Third Year, March Is About Much More Than Women’s Issues

Story By: Angel de Jesus Jr., Reporter January 31, 2019

Thousands rallied together at the third annual Women’s March, Saturday, Jan. 19 behind the River Park shopping center. The gathering drew not only women, but men and children. Activists from the LGBT...

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