The 31st homecoming crowd rocked the house and the Eagles played to a full house. In an effort to keep students engaged in The Feather events during the school year. In this Storify article, we celebrate #FCHomecoming2015 with the Eagle faithful. Please post your homecoming week photos on Instagram and Twitter and [...]
An icon of the Silicon Valley and titan of the computing industry, Steve Wozniak stands as a revolutionary who changed and shaped the lives of modern society with his genius. With his work as a computer engineer and the pioneer of the Apple engine, Wozniak stood at the forefront of a technological revolution and armed the people of today with the technology they use. Being raised in San Jose, California, Wozniak is a native of the San Joaquin Valley. The SJV Town Hall lecture series invited Wozniak to a moderated question and answer interview with the CEO of Bitwise, Jake Soberal, Oct. 8. The SJV Town Hall was completely sold out for the first time ever. During the two-hour segment of question and answer, Wozniak spoke to Soberal and the audience about his personal life, the way he honed his craft and what led him to success. Ever since a young age Wozniak wanted to be an engineer, but he was unsure what kind of engineer he would become.
Due to the extreme summer heat that continues to shine in Fresno, Fall has not yet caught up in the valley. But that doesn't stop local pumpkin sellers to set up for the season. Multiple locations and grocery stores around Fresno have already begun selling pumpkins. Several patches in Fresno not only sell pumpkins but also feature thrill rides, kettle corn and pony rides. The valley offers a variety of options for buying pumpkins whether it be at a city location or on a farm. Family friendly picking location, Hillcrest Farms in Reedley, draws in crowds with their unique train rides and pick-it-yourself pumpkins.
The most awaited week of the whole school year is almost here. Many memorable activities to energize students are being finalized by student leadership. This year marks the 31st annual Homecoming; the traditional float building, dress up days, pageants, spirit rally and football game will all focus around the weekly theme of “Homecoming from around the world!” from Oct. 13-16.
As citizens in a modern society with easy access to multimedia platforms, it has now become part of our duty to engage with the news. If we become lax, indifferent, and apathetic towards society's issues, we will ultimately be hampered on a personal and community level. The second annual News Engagement Day, Oct. 6, seeks to answer this problem by bringing to light a number of facts about the news.