With the last Marvel Studio movie coming in last spring of 2018, it has been a whole year without a Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) movie. However, the popular studio returns to the big screen with a new superhero, Captain Marvel. Captain Marvel first opened in the box office March. 8.
With baseball, tennis, softball and track and field season all underway, there is one sport who does not practice on campus but has also started. The FC varsity golf team prepares for their upcoming season under coach Brent Deffenbacher.
Around the world, news is interpreted differently. How can readers tell fake news from real news? Today, getting real news seems near impossible. Pace University wrote a research guide on how to tell the difference between real news and fake news. According to the article, there are four broad categories of fake news.
After a disappointing loss in the CIF Central Section Division V Valley Championship, finishing the 2018 season for the boys tennis team, the players prepares to make another run at a Valley championship. The varsity team starts practice this week to begin the season, Feb. 12.
As the winter season winds down, athletes look forward to the spring sports season. Students across campus pick up their mitts and prepare for the start of the baseball season.
The newest technological gadgets are some of the most sought after gifts. Lately, the conversation in technology has shifted towards artificial intelligence. With the Christmas season just behind us, some families may have purchased this new form of aid.
As the winter sports season reaching the end of preseason, both basketball and soccer will begin league play. Central Interscholastic Federation (CIF) redid the leagues at the end of last season and placed the Eagles in a new league.
With the soccer season already underway, the FC boys soccer team looks to improve their skills by competing in the Jim Inglis Tournament in Lemoore, Dec. 7-8. The team usually competes in the Bakersfield Garces Memorial Tournament, however, soccer leadership decided to invest in the Jim Inglis Lemoore Tournament. Head of soccer Matt Markarian wanted different types of competition for the team.
With the semester nearing the end, drama director Kyle Dodson plans to take three students to Fresno State Theatre Arts Open House to learn more about the art of drama. Ezekiel Fuller, '20, Tatiana Iest, '19, and Claire Palsgaard, '20, will travel with Dodson, Dec. 6.
With the season of giving just around the corner, FC leadership will once again collect canned food for the Canned Food Drive. This will be the 8th annual year of the drive and all cans are due by Dec. 7.