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Parks Are a Safe Place, or At Least They Should Be

Parks Are a Safe Place, or At Least They Should Be

Story By: Patrick Henslee, Reporter

October 23, 2019

I get antsy if I’m stuck inside my own home for too long, and I start to feel the itch.  It digs into my shoulders and I have to shake it out. It settles in my lower back, and I have to twist my torso or adjust my posture. It creeps down and wriggles into my calves, and my leg starts bouncing li...

The Central Valley Feeds the Country and the World

The Central Valley Feeds the Country and the World

Story By: Emily Perez, Reporter

March 12, 2019

The Central Valley is often looked past. It doesn’t seem like much. What it does, not only for California, but for the rest of the country--and world--doesn’t seem to be acknowledged. When someone thinks of California they do not think of Fresno, Bakersfield, Madera, etc. and those people may...

Tower District Hot Spots For Underage College Students

Tower District Hot Spots For Underage College Students

Story By: Hannah Lanier, Reporter

February 13, 2019

College, the best of times and the worst of times. In Fresno, there are several places that host events meant specifically for college students, but sometimes these locations forget that not every college student is over the age of 21. With that said, here are some of Tower District’s hot spots...

Herrick’s Book Celebrated With Poetry Readings

Herrick’s Book Celebrated With Poetry Readings

Story By: Blake Evans, Reporter

February 12, 2019

Poetry Instructor, Lee Herrick, celebrated the release of his third book, “Scar and Flower” with a poetry reading in OAB 251 on Jan. 31. Dozens of students, faculty and staff attended the launch involving Herrick reading excerpts from “Scar and Flower”, followed by other authors from the English...

In Its Third Year, March Is About Much More Than Women’s Issues

In Its Third Year, March Is About Much More Than Women’s Issues

Story By: Angel de Jesus Jr., Reporter

January 31, 2019

Thousands rallied together at the third annual Women’s March, Saturday, Jan. 19 behind the River Park shopping center. The gathering drew not only women, but men and children. Activists from the LGBT community marched side by side, carrying signs in support of women, LGBT or otherwise. Dive...

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