By Ezra Ekman We’ve all been there. Midterms are around the corner, you’re cramming instead of sleeping, and you’re surviving on caffeine and junk food. You aren’t sure what to expect from the exam, so you’re doing your best to memorize the textbook until the moment before the test. But guess what? Cramming doesn’t work.... Continue Reading →
By Madison Otten A good resume can make or break your chances for an interview, and the pressure can be overwhelming for students who already have enough on their plate, especially during the fall semester. The college has a remedy for that. Every Tuesday from 2 to 4 p.m. during the Summer Semester, you... Continue Reading →
Written by U.S. Representative and former member of the Colorado State Board of Education Jared Polis
On Friday September 14, Student Affairs staff and faculty will be hosting the Leadership Conference. There will be a drawing going on where attendants will get the opportunity to win gift cards, a laptop, a three credit scholarship, and more. The event will introduce students to the concept of leadership and expound upon it... Continue Reading →
Students, educators, and presenters assemble to learn teaching and learning techniques at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colo on August 1, 2018. Photos by Ezra Ekman.
By Drew Lascot Celebrating 50 years of Front Range Community College, the upcoming Taste of College looks to culminate the student body, faculty, and local community in a “block party-like” bash. Food trucks, live bands from the FRCC’s own attendees, and plenty of games and activities will all be held at the Westminster Campus, Thursday,... Continue Reading →
By Madison Otten During the week of August 27 -31, FRCC’s Student Life hosted a week long celebration. Each day of the week was loosely designed to represent a different time period of the college’s 50 year anniversary. “The generation themes run alongside the culture in the hope that students can connect,” Tim Mellon, assistant... Continue Reading →
Written By Drew Lascot and Madison Otten Welcome Week was a series of events that welcomed new and returning students. Melanie Rocha, student involvement coordinator, is passionate about hosting her events with Student Life. “We try to get people excited to come back to school,” Rocha said. “We host these events to try to... Continue Reading →