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Proposition 15: Taxation doesn’t have to be a dirty word

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Story By: David Richards, Opinion Editor

October 17, 2020

2020 is a big election year with a contested presidential race. But California voters should be careful not to let the presidential election overshadow the significant topics on this year’s local ballot. Among them, Proposition 15, which begins a quest to completely overhaul California’s dated property t...

FCC Athletic Community Shares Their Thoughts on Preparing for Unique Seasons

Defending state champion men's soccer team prepares for new protocols at practice, including masks, socially distanced workouts, and, of course, excitement. Photo courtesy of FCC Men's Soccer Twitter Account

Story By: Ivette Bautista, Reporter

October 14, 2020

With the announcement of the Fresno City College Men’s Soccer team beginning practice, athletics at FCC are beginning to get rolling again, but it’s been a long road back from the initial emergency shutdown that led to the cancellation of the entire spring 2020 athletics calendar. On August 27, 2020,...

Status of Clubs and Organizations at FCC

Story By: Ivette Bautista, Reporter

October 13, 2020

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic keeping students off campus, Fresno City College still has a number of clubs and organizations available for students to join.  Student Activities released the current list of active clubs for the semester on Oct. 5.  A virtual club rush, which is normally held on campus, was hosted earlier in the semester in order to recruit pro...

FCC Instructors Speak out About Remote Teaching During the Fall 2020 Semester

Instructors at Fresno City College expressed mixed feelings about online learning, but one thing is for sure: they all miss in-person learning. Photo courtesy of Flickr

Story By: Briana Garcia, Reporter

October 12, 2020

As Fresno City College instructors continue remote teaching during the fall 2020 semester, many are very pleased with how well their students are doing however some admit that it doesn’t beat in-person classes.  For the most part, professors feel most students are performing the same as they wo...

In the Aftermath of Justice Ginsburg’s Death, the Political Circus Sets Its Eyes on the Supreme Court

In the Aftermath of Justice Ginsburg’s Death, the Political Circus Sets Its Eyes on the Supreme Court

Story By: David Richards, Opinion Editor

September 26, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday, September 18, was a giant among progressive politics. Since the beginning, Justice Ginsburg has been critical of Trump’s presidency, calling him a “faker” in an interview with CNN in 2016 and telling the New York Times, “I can’t imagine what this place...

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