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Cadets No More! FCC Graduates 21 To Official Police Dutyavatar

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Perhaps the Fresno City College theater should have been packed for the occassion; the Class #118 Basic Police Academy graduation ceremony. I don’t know, it just seems that the twenty-one cadets, who are officially ready for police duty today, even displaying holstered sidearms (no cartridges, of course), but ready to serve nonetheless, deserved a bigger send off.  After all, aren’t they ready [...]

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August 21st, 2009 at 5:52 pm

Cohort of FCC Nursing Students are a real joy to be aroundavatar

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If you’re a nursing student, please share your experience on this blog. I know many of you FCC students didn’t get a chance to speak.  And be sure to read next week’s story in Vida en el Valle. Once the story is published, there will be a photo gallery of the nursing students with gifts at [...]

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May 20th, 2009 at 12:50 pm

Noche de Danza Mexicana at FCC is superbly doneavatar

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To see more pictures of Noche de Danza Mexicana, please visit the photo gallery. Jane Vicente waited patiently. Vicente was one of many dancers who waited in the dark backstage of Fresno City College’s drama department. It was the annual Noche de Danza Mexicana, where last Saturday several folkloric groups exhibit traditional Mexican dress and dance. Vicente and Grupo Oyohualli de [...]

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May 11th, 2009 at 2:00 pm

The 10-Gallon Sombrero is full of sentiment at FCC’s Cinco de Mayo Celebrationavatar

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  Toni Martínez is not anti-anything, really. The 20-year-old architectural drafting student with family in Oaxaca, México, may just be a little flustered over the bended meaning of Cinco de Mayo in the U.S.. “It’s not a big holiday at all in México. It’s more common here than in México,” Martínez said at the Fresno City College’s Annual Cinco [...]

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May 6th, 2009 at 9:00 pm

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