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Students exposed to TB at Fresno City College

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Hundreds of students and/or faculty were potentially exposed to tuberculosis at Fresno City College, and the school’s health center has sent out alerts to people who may at risk. Initial reports put the number of exposures at some 300, but ...

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‘Renaissance man’ remembered

Edward Lund’s death on Oct. 3 left a huge hole in the hearts of those who knew him. “He was like a brother to me,” Fresno State Art Professor Nick Potter said. “You know, he was 10 years older than ...

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Fresno City College President Tony Cantu has died

Fresno City College President Tony Cantu died this weekend, according to a statement from The State Center Community College District. Cantu, who worked with the SCCCD for over 26 years, has been serving as Fresno City College’s top official since ...

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Tennis: Fresno State battles adversity for first win

Fresno State women’s tennis scored its first two victories of the season over Cal Poly and Fresno City College, the latter in dominant fashion.

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Too many students, not enough coffee

Coffee – the essence of life. It is your best friend in the morning; it always helps you start your day. After sunset, if you still aren’t close to finishing what you’re working on, coffee will be by your side ...

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Community colleges to grant four-year degrees

Select California community colleges will begin offering four-year degrees after Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Sunday that seeks to aid the state’s effort to produce one million more college graduates in the next decade.

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CSU awardee: 19 years old and a senior

Bryan Wood is not your typical student. At age 14, he was starting college classes at Fresno City College. By 16, he was already attending Fresno State. Fast forward four years, Wood, now 19, is a senior civil engineering student ...

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Students weigh costs and benefits of summer sessions

By Roger Muñoz   For Fresno State students, enrolling in summer school has its benefits, but is the cost driving some students away? Not according to Scott Moore, dean for the Division of Continuing and Global Education, who said it’s ...

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ROTC relocates training to campus

The political gridlock surrounding the government shutdown forced Fresno State’s Army ROTC program to take extraordinary measures to ensure cadet training is not impacted.

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Gov. Brown signs license bill

Gov. Jerry Brown visited Fresno City College Thursday to sign a bill granting undocumented immigrants the right to obtain driver’s licenses in California.

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Safety brought to you by campus police

Fresno State has its own police department, fully functional and operational on its own. Staffed with 21 police officers, seven dispatchers and five administrative support staff members, the department is bustling 24 hours a day, seven days a week, all ...

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Advantage Egan: Living the dream

Most would not expect a 54-year-old woman to lead a college tennis team as anything other than a coach. However, Fresno State instructor Candace Egan is the No. 1 player for the Fresno City College women’s tennis team.

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A Night of Jazz at The Fresno State Concert Hall

The Fresno State Jazz Orchestra and The Fresno City College Jazz Composers Orchestra performed in The Fresno State Concert Hall on Monday night. The Jazz Composers Orchestra consists of Fresno area teachers and Fresno State alumni.

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Presidential debate watch hosted on campus

Fresno State students packed the Alice Peters Auditorium Wednesday night for a presidential debate viewing between President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.

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Student Q&A with Kristi Gies

Now is the time of year that some of our fellow classmates are leaving the dog house and embarking on their journey as mature Bulldogs ready to take a bite out of the job market.

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Undocumented students less than 1 percent

Less than 1 percent of students who attend California public colleges and universities benefit from Assembly Bill 540, which allows them to pay the same as citizens regardless of immigration status.

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Fresno’s best in local coffee

Echo Street Coffee, located in the former Jawawava Coffee, is nestled between Fresno High School and Fresno City College on the corner of Weldon and Echo Street.

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Critics of professor voice opinion

Academic freedom in universities has been a hallmark of higher education in the United States. Earlier this month, critics questioned whether a college professor overstepped that line.

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