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From Ale’s Side: Fall Deserves More Appreciation

From Ale’s Side: Fall Deserves More Appreciation

Story By: Alejandra Flores, Reporter

October 10, 2017


Filed under Columns

Pumpkin carving, chilly nights, and gory old horror movies on television--can it get any better than that? Fall time is one of the best times to be alive. The weather is just perfect enough to carry a light cardigan or a small sweater and it isn’t too cold to avoid going outside. Many people...

College Offers Support as Dreamers Wonder if They’ll Have to ‘Give up School’

College Offers Support as Dreamers Wonder if They’ll Have to ‘Give up School’

Story By: Ashleigh Panoo, Editor-in-chief

September 5, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Race/Gender Issues

Community college leaders announced Tuesday that despite President Donald Trump ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, they stand behind the more than 1,200 DACA enrollees in the State Center Community College District. “Ending DACA is a heartless and senseless decision that goes a...

Residents See Proposed West Fresno Campus as ‘Beacon of Culture’

Residents See Proposed West Fresno Campus as ‘Beacon of Culture’

Story By: Seth Casey, Reporter

August 30, 2017


Filed under Community, News

Fresno City College administrators and faculty met with local leaders from the west Fresno community at the Economic Opportunity Commission center on Aug. 29, to discuss how a new satellite campus could positively impact the area and its residents. The event was coordinated by Carole Goldsmith, president of FCC,...

Student Appreciation Week is Back with Dutch Bros, Free Food

Student Appreciation Week is Back with Dutch Bros, Free Food

Story By: Ashleigh Panoo, Editor-in-Chief

August 27, 2017


Filed under Briefs, News

Student appreciation week is rolling into Fresno City College once again, luring students with three days of food and chances to meet a few school celebrities.  To kick things off, the Dutch Bros Coffee truck will be on campus from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 29.  Free cookies will be given out tha...

‘It Takes the Action of Ordinary People,’ History Instructor says at Anti-Hate Rally

‘It Takes the Action of Ordinary People,’ History Instructor says at Anti-Hate Rally

Story By: Ashleigh Panoo, Editor-in-Chief

August 26, 2017


Filed under Community, News

A few hundred people, including Fresno City College president Carole Goldsmith, turned out for the “Counter Rally Against Hate” event in the Tower District on Aug. 26. Amid heavy police presence, the crowd held signs on the corner of Wishon and Olive avenues, cheering and chanting slogans like...

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