FRCC's Writing Club presented their first open mic night on October 26th.
Written by Danielle Hagerty and Jeramey Reamer With the Fall 2017 semester coming to an end, students are beginning to unwind after their finals. The Front Page took to the halls of Front Range Community College Westminster campus to find out how its students will be spending their much-deserved time off. “This winter... Continue Reading →
Written by Jeramey Reamer In honor of Veterans Day, Front Range Community College recognized its student veterans with a full week of activities. From ceremonies to luncheons, the week of Nov. 6 to 11 was a tribute to the students who have served in the military. To kick off the week, a large Thank a... Continue Reading →
Written by Jeramey Reamer Attention all writers! This is your chance to get your work published. HOWL magazine is looking for submissions to be included in the upcoming 5th edition, which will be released in April. Whether you write short stories or poetry, this is an opportunity to take your writing craft to the next... Continue Reading →
Even the most sensitive of social issues aren't safe in La Carpa Aztlan's, I Don't Speak English Only, a satirical play written by Anthony J. Garcia. Click ahead for more details.
Written by Anthony Arellano Janine Musser has been through it all, from snagging a jewelry design job straight out of high school to working at an international ad agency. Musser is a multimedia professor here at Front Range Community College. The courses taught by her are printing, graphic design, typography and intro to production. Musser... Continue Reading →
FRCC will be debuting its first Student Performance Showcase. Here is your chance to see the many artistic talents at the college. If you are interested in the performing arts, this is one opportunity that you won’t want to miss. Click ahead for more details.
Potions and Power-Ups, Monsters and Magic. The Table Top Club is using all of the above in this feature about student organizations. Follow the link to discover how these students are using games to build community.
Written by Jeramey Before recognizing the mental haze that engulfed him, the traveler found himself in an unfamiliar world. The suspenseful Edgar Allen Poe describes in “A Tale of the Ragged Mountains” how the mind can drift through a dream to awaken in a distant land. Meanwhile, a dark horseman is seen galloping through the... Continue Reading →