To begin Scholastic Journalism Week (SJW), Jim Boren, former executive editor and senior vice president of The Fresno Bee, came to the FC campus to teach Feather journalists and answer questions, Feb. 15. Boren’s 48-year career in journalism began while he was attending Hoover HSin Fresno. The newspaper adviser inquired if he would be interested in covering sports for the school paper. Boren accepted the invitation and loved it. Upon graduating, he attended Fresno City College, and later Fresno State, with a bit of doubt as to what he wished to pursue. Boren landed on journalism as his major and at the age of 19, The Fresno Bee offered him a position during the summer which ultimately evolved into a permanent full-time job in 1972. The following video highlights a few of Jim Boren s thoughts as he shared his past journalistic experiences with the feather staff, Feb. 15. Jim Boren worked for The Fresno Bee for 48 years, retiring after 48 years of service. Senior videographer, Jaden Ventura, filmed and edited the video below.
Time has been going fast since I came to Fresno Christian. My two-year stay in this school flies arrow - every day I still have a feeling that I just get there, but now it’s almost over. But luckily, I can tell myself, without any regret, that I made the most of it during my time here.
My four years on The Feather Online have come to end after winning four CSPA Gold Crowns, two NSPA Pacemakers and a Letter of Recognition from the Mayor. After making the decision to join journalism in the middle of freshman year it quickly filled up my schedule with so many great opportunities.
As the school year comes to a close, graduating seniors were asked to reflect on their memories throughout high school. Students were asked questions ranging from their biggest regrets, and college aspirations, to advice for future eagles. The purpose behind the video was to give seniors a chance to look back and share what they've learned throughout their high school career. The seniors gave insight into realizing the importance of being as involved in everything as you can, and just how fast the time goes by.
The freshmen class, produced the parody of the 1985 classic, ‘Back to the Future.’ The Spring season bring many opportunities for social gathering. One of the big events is Night of the Stars (NOTS). After one year of pause, NOTS, an annual tradition started in Fresno Christian since 1990, has returned. [...]
This is the 32nd episode of “FC Underground, 2016-’17,” covering the week of May. 8 – May. 12, 2017. Seniors Trevor Trevino and Jennifer King were selected to be the new hosts for the 2016-’17 school year.
Class of 2019 produced the parody of the popular Disney movie "Finding Nemo". After his son Nemo (Kyle Friesen) is taken from him by a diver, Marlin (Landon Goldsborough) must set out on a quest to find his son. Along the way, he receives help from Dory (Kamryn Shultz), a fish with short-term memory loss. The duo must navigate the waters together, finding help from new friends and dodging foes to reunite with Nemo.
The Spring season bring many opportunities for social gathering. One of the big events is Night of the Stars (NOTS). After one year of pause, NOTS, an annual tradition started in Fresno Christian since 1990, has returned. Students in each class made their movie parodies to present at the event.
On a Saturday evening at AT&T Park in San Francisco, the Fresno Christian women's ensemble, Bellezza, sings the National Anthem during the SF Giants baseball game in front of a 40,000 crowd, April 29.
This is the 31st episode of “FC Underground, 2016-’17,” covering the week of May. 1 – May. 5, 2017. Seniors Trevor Trevino and Jennifer King were selected to be the new hosts for the 2016-’17 school year.