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Fresno City College's President Carole Goldsmith has issued a statement regarding the increase of hate crimes against the Asian and Pacific Islander community.

Fresno City College Issues Statement Regarding Recent Hate Crimes

Story By: Anastasia De Cubas, Reporter April 14, 2021

Following the increase of violent hate crimes, Fresno City College has issued a statement to show their support to the Asian-American and Pacific Islander community.  In the statement, FCC President...

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Fresno City College Professors Hit the Platforms

Story By: Maya Padilla, Reporter March 18, 2021

With the majority of classes being online, some Fresno City College Professors have taken it upon themselves to utilize social media to keep their students engaged.  During a virtual forum on Feb....

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

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

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...

CityFest attendees dine and converse in the courtyard of FCC’s Old Administration Building  Friday September 21, 2018.

CityFest — Night of Music, Food, Wine

Story By: Blake Evans September 26, 2018

Hundreds turned out for Fresno City College’s fourth annual CityFest on September 21, with vendors from local breweries and wineries lining the courtyards of the Old Administration Building. In this...

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