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COLUMN: The case for nationwide student free press

By |2019-02-01T11:33:52+00:00January 31st, 2019|Column, Opinions, Top 5|

There is no way around it. The legacy of the 1988 Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier Supreme Court decision remains disgraceful. When the principal of Hazelwood East High School outside St. Louis, Missouri, censored a special teen issue section in the student newspaper that included articles on teen pregnancy and the impact of divorce on students, members of the student staff sued.

The Great Kindness Challenge encourages service

By |2019-02-06T14:32:31+00:00January 30th, 2019|Features, Top 5|

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 [...]

Brandon Brogan finishes out FC basketball career

By |2019-01-31T12:52:07+00:00January 29th, 2019|Athletics, Feature Podcast, Profile, Student Life, Top 5, Winter|

FCS lifer Brandon Brogan plays in his second and final year of basketball. Brogan is driven to push his teammates forward through the hard times of the season, aiming to run deep into playoffs. He started playing basketball for FC in elementary school, but took a break for soccer shortly after.

Freshman Tyus Parrish-Tillman tops national basketball leaderboard

By |2019-01-29T09:17:14+00:00January 28th, 2019|Athletics, Features, Profile, Top 5|

Late in the second quarter, Summit Charter's No. 23 drives down the lane, fakes left and jumps for the lay up. The ball leaves his hand, but the crowd erupts as No. 24 Tyus Parish-Tillman, '22, sends the ball in the opposite direction and starts a fast break for the Eagles.

EDITORIAL: Resolve issues through mediation, conversation

By |2019-01-28T08:22:56+00:00January 25th, 2019|Column, Opinions, Top 5|

In the hallways of high school, disagreements and disassenion arise from misinterpreted intentions. In the classroom, conflicts come about from opposing perspectives. In situations where students are faced with a discord with another student, they must be able to approach and address the issue in a proper manner to de escalate tensions. On the contrary, some choose to avoid problems and put off dealing with it. Students who avoid conflict find that the issue is never resolved, and often manifests into larger problems later.  

Promo: Campus cheer teams to compete in Clovis Pep Classic, Jan. 26

By |2019-01-24T22:54:07+00:00January 24th, 2019|Athletics, Promo, Top 5|

“I truly that the sport of cheer is the most important sport that a girl can do as far as growth,” Villines said. “It forces you to be out in front of a crowd and it forces you to make eye contact with people. You have to get over any shyness you have of performance. You have to be have confident enough to actually do the sport.”

Thoughts from Israel, No. 2-Richness in community

By |2019-01-23T15:21:13+00:00January 23rd, 2019|Column, Opinions, Top 5|

Are we missing out on a richness in community that people in ancient times depended on? As I walked through the walls of the ancient city Qatzrin, these are the words I took to heart from The Well Community Church pastor Mike Slayden.

Local farmers markets thrive in winter months

By |2019-01-23T13:23:22+00:00January 23rd, 2019|Feature Podcast, Features, Top 5|

California is the world’s fifth largest supplier of food, cotton fiber and other agricultural commodities, according to Dairy Moos. Fresh produce from around the Central Valley draws locals to farmers markets in Fresno, CA. Throughout the week, customers have the chance to purchase fresh produce and products in multiple markets around town.

Living to see the dream, community remembers Martin Luther King, Jr.

By |2019-02-06T15:17:29+00:00January 18th, 2019|Features, Top 5|

At the height of the 1963 civil rights movement, he addressed 250,000 listeners in his “I Have a Dream” speech. The pastor preached his vision for freedom and equality for all. The pastor campaigned for freedom and equality. Community and national leaders continue to pursue Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream of equality and freedom for all. However, in the Fresno community, leaders still look to continue to fulfill King’s ideology. Senior pastor of Saint Rest Baptist Church, David J. Criner Jr. shares Dr. King’s ideologies and philosophies. Criner began preaching as a ten year old and has lead the church since 2013. He also teaches as a adjunct professor at Fresno Pacific University.

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