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Parking Woes Plague FCC

Parking Woes Plague FCC

Story By: Sarah N. Chavez, Reporter

August 29, 2018


Filed under Community, News

Beep! Beep! Parking at Fresno City College is hectic. With over 30,000 students and limited parking spaces, finding one may take longer than expected. College administrators recommend arriving approximately 45 minutes early, but that may not even be enough time. “It definitely needs a little...

Fresno City Colleges Hosts First Open House!

Fresno City Colleges Hosts First Open House!

Story By: Bryan Beltran, Reporter

August 29, 2018


Filed under Community, News

“Don’t be shy; come say hi,” Maile Martin, a Fresno City College student activities center assistant, said at the first open house on Aug. 22, 2018. Martin said the goal of the event was to bring students in, make them feel appreciated and allow them to engage on academic and social levels. “It...

An Evening with Carole Goldsmith — Fresno City College President

An Evening with Carole Goldsmith — Fresno City College President

Story By: Paulina Rodriguez, News Editor

August 29, 2018


Filed under College Governance, Community, News, Student Issues

Two years into her presidency, Carole Goldsmith works tirelessly to lead Fresno City College into the future through innovative programs such as Bolt to College and FCC Everywhere, while overseeing several Measure C projects. Goldsmith says running the largest institution in the Valley isn’t a responsibility...

Third Annual LitHop to Light up Tower District and FCC

Third Annual LitHop to Light up Tower District and FCC

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Opinion Editor

April 18, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

LitHop 2018, the third annual literary festival, is returning to Fresno’s Tower District and Fresno City College on April 21. Founded in 2016 by FCC instructor and former Fresno poet laureate Lee Herrick, LitHop 2018 boasts 140 writers at over 40 different events. The festival is a Fresno Poet ...

Design Science Student Headed to MIT

Design Science Student Headed to MIT

Story By: Anjanae Freitas, Reporter

April 18, 2018


Filed under Features/Profiles, News

A Fresno City College dual enrollment student recently found out he was accepted into the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Issak Hernandez, 17, who is finishing up his senior year at Design Science High School, is also a math and physics tutor at FCC. Hernandez has had aspirations of attending M...

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