Fresno City College honored its top graduates with the Dean’s Medallion at a May 11 ceremony in the Old Administration Building. Miguel Zendejas won the Tony Cantú President’s Medallion. Juan Cantú, nephew of the late FCC president, presented the medallion.
Fresno City College honored its top graduates with the Dean’s Medallion at a May 11 ceremony in the Old Administration Building. Miguel Zendejas won the Tony Cantú President’s Medallion. Juan Cantú, nephew of the late FCC president, presented the medallion. JUAN ESPARZA LOERA jesparza@vidaenelvalle.com
Fresno City College honored its top graduates with the Dean’s Medallion at a May 11 ceremony in the Old Administration Building. Miguel Zendejas won the Tony Cantú President’s Medallion. Juan Cantú, nephew of the late FCC president, presented the medallion. JUAN ESPARZA LOERA jesparza@vidaenelvalle.com

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