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Why Queer Fictional Characters Are More Than Just Characters

Why Queer Fictional Characters Are More Than Just Characters

Story By: Anjanae Freitas, Entertainment Editor

September 12, 2018

There is a misconception that just because television has queer characters, we should be grateful. No thank you. I grew up wanting to see myself represented in media, but by represented I mean accurately. In 2006 “Greys Anatomy” was the first television show where I can remember seeing representation...

What We Know About American Horror Story Apocalypse So Far

What We Know About American Horror Story Apocalypse So Far

Story By: Anjanae Freitas, Arts & Entertainment Editor

September 12, 2018

American Horror Story kicks off its eighth season premiere “Apocalypse” tonight, Sept. 12. at 10 p.m. PST on FX. So far all fans know about Apocalypse is that creator Ryan Murphy will be blending season one “Murder House” and season three “Coven.” According to it’s trailer, the new season...

The Summer of Sequels: Blockerbuster Hits

The Summer of Sequels: Blockerbuster Hits

Story By: Kendall Woods, Reporter

September 11, 2018

When the dog days of summer hit, and even the pool has become too hot for your liking, the best way to cool off is hitting your local movie theatre, to enjoy a blockbuster or two. Luckily, summer is usually when some of the hottest films are released. Summer ‘18 started strong, with a classic Marvel...

‘Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate’ is Mediocre at Best

‘Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate’ is Mediocre at Best

Story By: Peter Lopez, Reporter

September 11, 2018

“Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate,” the latest from game video developer and publisher, Capcom, released on Aug. 28, exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. Although it’s the newest “Monster Hunter” game to date, it didn’t quite captive this hunter as much as he would’ve liked. For those...

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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