Cresencio Rodriguez Delgado

Editor in Chief, The Rampage

Location icon United States of America

I am the current Editor-in-Chief for The Rampage and online manager of The Rampage Online. I joined The Rampage team on January 12, 2014. Since then, I have reported on several topics such as the presidential visit to Fresno amid the California drought, new California state legislation on sexual assault on college campuses and beginning coverage on the state's proposal to allow community colleges to offer 4-year degrees.

While I continue to further my knowledge in the field of journalism, my main priorities are completing my general education and transfer to a university. My top choices are CSU Northridge, San Diego State and Fresno State. Other college goals are to minor in political science and or digital video.

On my free time, I enjoy going on long runs. In fact, I completed my first half marathon in November with a time of 2:03:00. I look forward to participate in many more.

Portfolio
The Rampage Online
02/05/2015
Veterans Resource Center Opens

A plan years in the making, is finally realized - the Veterans Resource Center at Fresno City College opened in Building A on Jan. 28. A campus ceremony outside Building A marks the beginning of a new chapter for student veterans at FCC.

The Rampage Online
02/05/2015
FCC Not Chosen to Offer Bachelor's

Fifteen community colleges in the state of California are now allowed to offer bachelor's degrees - degrees otherwise only offered at a University of California or California State University. Fresno City College was among 34 colleges who applied for a potential four-year degree.

The Rampage Online
04/20/2015
STUDENT ACTIVITIES CLERK CHARGED WITH BATTERY, SUSPENDED WITH PAY

A brief altercation in the student lounge of Fresno City College on March 20 took a turn that very few saw coming. By the end of the day, Linda Sanchez, the accounting clerk for the Student Activities office had been arrested and charged with battery against Suzette Freeman, a student aide in the same office.

The Rampage Online
05/14/2015
EMLS Students Adapt to US Culture, Life

Soro Coulibaly, 28, hopes every word she speaks sounds better than the one before it. She enunciates her words unhurriedly, repeating herself often times, laboriously explaining her commitment to mastering English. Her native tongue is French. Coulibaly arrived to the United States in 2013 from Cote d' Ivoire (Ivory Coast), a country on the West coast of Africa.

The Rampage Online
02/05/2015
Cantu: Obama's CC plan Is 'a move in the right direction'

At his State of the Union Address, President Barack Obama sent Congress a "bold" plan to lower the cost of community college - to zero. If the president's plan gets passed, elimination of tuition would be granted for students who "take responsibility for their education, earn good grades, and stay on track to graduate."

The Rampage Online
03/20/2015
Student Activities Clerk Charged with Assault in Altercation with Student

UPDATED March 23, 2015, 11:01 a.m. : Linda Sanchez has been placed on administrative leave with pay, pending the completion of an investigation into the allegations, according to a letter received by Sanchez from the Vice-Chancellor of Human Resources for the State Center Community College District, Diane Clerou.** An accounting clerk in the student activities office was arrested Friday, following an altercation with a student aide, according to State Center Community College District Police...