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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....

With the campus closure, Fresno City Colleges librarians have been tasked with moving most of their student resources online.  Photo courtesy: Fresno City Colleges digital media webpage

Fresno City College Library Goes Digital During COVID-19 

Story By: Aroara Trimm, Reporter February 7, 2021

The Fresno City College library has gone digital during the pandemic and, in some cases, is functioning better than before, according to library employees.  The library has managed to switch all of...

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Trump’s Social Media Ban

Story By: Anastasia De Cubas, Reporter February 3, 2021

 As many of us know, former President Donald J. Trump used his social media platforms to voice his opinion and connect with his supporters.  That all changed on January 8th, 2021 when Trump was permanently...

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Not Every Moment Has to Be Posted on Social Media

Story By: Samantha Domingo, News Editor November 8, 2017

Living in the digital age, it’s almost impossible to avoid social media. For the most part, it works in our favor— information, friends, whatever the internet might be used for— the answer is just...

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