Families, friends, alumni, and supporters of Fresno Christian gather for the 36th annual FC auction, March 9. This year’s theme, ‘Going Places’ focuses on the school’s future and ways students continue to contribute to their communities.
Learning from the plethora of knowledge that professional journalists have gained, The Feather staffers attended the ‘Putting Fake News in the Rear View Mirror: How the Media Can Win Back the Trust of all Americans’, Symposium at Fresno State, Feb. 26. Keynote speaker and Editor-In-Chief of ProPublica, Stephen Engelberg, used various social examples to present relevant topics that related media to current political situations. Previously holding editor positions at both The New York Times and The Oregonian, Engelberg originally moved to ProPublica as founding managing editor and now editor-in-chief.
This is the first article in a two part series covering the sessions hosted at Discover Fresno. Journalists Andrew Rieker, '21, Cartson Saezler, '21, Addison Schultz, '21, Kamryn Schultz, '19, and Sam Cross, '19, attended the event at The Well Community Church. The Well Community Church hosts Discover Fresno, an event to inform and connect attendees with local organizations impacting Fresno. Keynote speaker Neighborhood church pastor, Joe White began the morning with a keynote speech with the event splintering into separate groups discussing various issues.
We come home, drop our backpacks off, jump on the couch and hop onto our phones. Shoulders slouched, eyes glued, senses turned off, we numb ourselves to the world around us. Social media and technology acts as a desensitizer, increasing our desire for instant gratification. Continuing on this path not only affects our health and relationships, but disconnects us from people and events around us.
Junior high rallies together to create a friendly campus environment UPDATE Feb. 6: According to The Great Kindness Challenge website, they report that 13,166,854 students in 24,027 schools and 113 countries were part of the 2019 Great Kindness Challenge! Thank you to teacher Diane Blowers and her junior high students who spearheaded the Kindness Challenge [...]
Guard team performs new routine, strives to impress judges Brennen Tozlian, '21, (left to right) Shauna Howard, '20, and Selah Draper, '22, perform last year's Dollhouse winter guard routine at Clovis North, Jan. 28, 2018. As students get back into the groove of the second semester, the campus winter guard prepares [...]
Students all over high school campuses find jobs at fast food restaurants, grocery stores, and animal shelters to earn money and gain work experience. Rather than pursuing the usual route, senior Alina Ochoa chose to seek work at Holiday Retirement Home. Ochoa works as a server at Holiday, serving food at mealtimes and helping to carry any belongings for the residents. Besides learning life skills, Ochoa gains friendships and work experience.
Entering his fifth year serving the Fresno Christian community, superintendent Jeremy Brown anticipates a changing and developing campus. Pursuing both quality and growth, Brown strives to prepare students for the struggles and pressures of their generation.
Canva offers unique way to present information Starting with the creation of PowerPoint in 1987 to today, students have been using technology to present ideas and designs to others. Whether through Prezi, PowerPoint, or Google Slides, students have a variety of resources available to convey their ideas. One resource many students are unaware of, but offers [...]
WWII veteran and former heart surgeon speaks on campus From tailor to soldier to heart surgeon, 96-year-old Dr. Fitzalbert M. Marius arrives on campus, encouraging students to practice a life of service, Nov. 9. As the first heart surgeon in the City of Fresno, Dr. Marius brought a life-saving operation to the Central Valley. Writer, speaker, [...]