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First Grad Fair at FCC

Students approach the Jostens cap and gown booth. The grad fair was an opportunity to check out the prices of caps and gowns.

Story By: Julie Chavez, Reporter

March 12, 2020

Fresno City College held its first-ever Grad Fair on March 6 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Free Speech Area in front of the bookstore.  The fair was put together in order to give students graduating this spring the opportunity to check out prices on caps, gowns, class rings and apply for graduati...

DACA Fee Will Increase

Story By: Floritzel Garcia Hernandez, Reporter

March 12, 2020

President Donald Trump, a vocal critic of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, has proposed an increase in fees by 55%.   According to Calmatters, the Trump administration is planning to raise the renewal fees every two years. The current cost for the renewals is $495 but th...

The Results: The California Primary is Decided and Matches Are Set For The November Election

Kevin Cookingham will face Jim Costa, Devin Nunes will face Phil Arballo and Jerry Dyer will be Fresno;s next mayor.

Story By: Hannah Lanier, News Editor

March 11, 2020

Super-Tuesday came and went and so did a lot of candidates.  The California Primary Election determines which presidential candidate receieves California's sizeable delegate count. The General Election is held on Nov. 6.  On a local level, Republican Kevin Cookingham will challenge incumbent Jim Costa fo...

Rams Start Building Momentum with Victories over Porterville

Freshman third baseman Mary Mets during an at-bat in the first game of a doubleheader against Porterville College on Tuesday, March 10. Nets has been an influential player at the top if the Rams' lineup.

Story By: Patrick Henslee, Sports Editor

March 11, 2020

The Fresno City College softball team started their climb back into contention by downing Porterville College by scores of 9-8 in game one and 9-1 in game two during their doubleheader on Tuesday, March 10.  The wins evened the team's record at 10-10, but they hope to start picking up speed halfwa...

Fire Cadets Flip Flapjacks for Funds

The Cadets preparing and serving food for their pancake breakfast on Saturday, Feb. 29. Funds from the breakfast will benefit the Fire Academy and the Career Technology Center for FCC.

Story By: James Mora, Reporter

March 11, 2020

The Fresno City College Fire Academy held a Pancake Breakfast fundraiser on Feb. 29 at the Career Technology Center. The money raised from the fundraiser will go into funding for more equipment, demonstrations, future fundraisers and charity. “Our goal was to raise a minimum of $3,000 for vario...

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