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Nursing Program Holds ‘Drive-thru Pinning Ceremony’ for Graduates

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Story By: Ben Hensley, Editor-in-Chief

May 22, 2020

The traditional pinning ceremony for graduates of the FCC nursing program will be held in unique fashion on Saturday, May 23. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, graduates this spring will participate in a “drive-thru pinning ceremony” to commemorate their graduation from the nursing program. The pinning ...

Free COVID-19 Testing Up and Running in the Gym

David Pomaville, Fresno County's Public Health Director, presented data about COVID-19 infection in Fresno County during FCC President Carole Goldsmith's weekly livestream, Monday, May 1, 2019. Since the livestream, COVID-19 cases have increased by nearly 124%.

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Art Director

May 19, 2020

A free testing site for the coronavirus is now open to the public by appointment at Fresno City College, in the gymnasium as of Friday, May 1. The COVID-19 test can be scheduled through the Logistics Health Website, and is available to students and non-students alike, essential workers and public employees. The ...

The Herd Episode Four- Meet Freshman Pitcher Marcelo Saldana

The Herd Episode Four- Meet Freshman Pitcher Marcelo Saldana

Story By: Ben Hensley, John Bruce, and James Mora

May 13, 2020

In this week's episode of The Herd, Ben Hensley sits down with breakout freshman pitcher Marcelo Saldana to discuss the shortened baseball season and how student-athletes are adjusting to the abrupt change. Host John Bruce returns this week to discuss how video games can help pass some time a...

COVID-19 Cuts Marcelo Saldana’s Season Short

Marcelo Saldana stares down a Falcons batter during the Rams 16-3 win over West Hills Coalinga on Feb. 29, 2020.  Saldana recorded seven strikeouts while allowing five hits through five shutout innings.

Story By: Patrick Henslee, Sports Editor

May 8, 2020

A tall, lanky lefthander stares from the pitcher’s mound, picking up his catcher’s signs.  His sleeves are just a bit too baggy, and his stirrup socks a bit loose. Unmanaged locks of hair billow out from his hat in all directions, and his glasses hang onto his nose like a rock climber that’s just l...

What is the Status of Music in a Global Pandemic?

Coachella music and arts festival was called off in early march out of an abundance of caution for the public’s health. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

Story By: Adam Peters, Reporter

May 8, 2020

The live music industry has virtually crumbled to a standstill as COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on businesses in the United States. While the industry no longer presents any business opportunities, the art form of music continues to bring value to humanity in a time of struggle. All forms of th...

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