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Is Jerry Dyer the Boy Who Cried Wolf?

Is Jerry Dyer the Boy Who Cried Wolf?

Story By: Ben Hensley, Editor-In-Chief

February 28, 2020

“You look like you should be holding up round cards at a dog fight in Fresno.” Those are the words of Hollywood personality and comedian Seth MacFarlane via the popular TV show “American Dad,” - and they’re not far off when it comes to the national recognition that the city seems to recei...

Police Warn of ‘Disruptive Individual,’ Suspended from Campus

Joseph Garrison, 23, was suspended from campus for exhibiting

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Editor-in-Chief

March 9, 2019

Campus police have suspended an FCC student from campus following “bizarre and threatening behavior on campus,” on Friday, March 8, per an emergency notification from SCCCD PD. Joseph Garrison began exhibiting behavior described as disruptive, bizarre and threatening on Wednesday, March 6, and continu...

The Fall of the ASG President

Student government president Christopher Washington leads the Associated Student Government meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018.

Story By: Larry Valenzuela, Multimedia Editor

October 24, 2018

A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Christopher Washington was the second African American ASG president in the history of Fresno City College, and that he is 24. Washington is 25, and Daniel Lorente, also of African American descent, was ASG president in 2004.  When Christop...

Somber Ceremony Marks 9/11

Jacob McAfee, Fresno City College Fire Academy Director, delivers a opening speech at the Memorial March near the Free Speech Area on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. Photo by Larry Valenzuela

Story By: Gage Carmichael, Reporter

September 12, 2018

Dozens of Fresno City College students, faculty and cadets from the police and fire academies memorialized the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks with speeches and reflections. “Hard to believe it happened 17 years ago,” said Michael Grahl, a State Center Community College District ...

Police Say Campus is Safe After ‘Punish a Muslim Day’ Spreads

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Story By: Rampage Staff

April 2, 2018

The State Center Community College District assured students via social media on April 2 that there is no credible threat to the campus after learning of “Punish a Muslim Day,” which will reportedly target Muslims on April 3, according to a New York Times article published on March 11. SCCCD Police Chief Jose Flores said police will still remain v...

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