Written by Drew Lascot The Criterion Collection. Arrow Films. Eureka Entertainment. Shout! Factory. Vinegar Syndrome. Blue Underground. AGFA. Synapse. Grindhouse Releasing. Severin Films.. These are names less familiar than the likes of Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, or HBO Now, catering to a niche once served by Suncoast, Hollywood Video, and of course, Blockbuster.
Written by Lori Robinson Illustration by Madison Otten Standard Response Protocol training for lockout/lockdown emergencies takes place later this month. It’s a new semester with new classes, books, friends, instructors and advisors. As students dig into studies at FRCC Westminster, an opportunity also arises for updated training in campus safety.
Written by Lori Robinson Illustration by Madison Otten A power outage interrupted school business for the eastern half of FRCC Westminster Monday morning.
The pilot episode of the Front Page's Podcast, Wolf Cast featuring Joe Frisk and Drew Lascot, illustration by Madison Otten
Written by Matt Cunningham Sep. 2018; this is when I was hired as a staff writer for the Front Page on the Westminster campus of FRCC. Nearly one year later, this stage of my life has come to an end. Likely one of the most fun and rewarding jobs I’ll ever have, I won’t soon forget my first professional writing gig.
Written By Hayley Hunt On June 14, 2019, at Dazzle in Denver, the Fabian Trio stepped onto the small stage and performed in front of a room full of individuals waiting to hear the first few notes to be played. There are three members of the Fabian Almazan Trio: Fabian Almazan, Linda Oh and... Continue Reading →
Written by Joe Fisk FRCC faculty Mark Reinholz teaches psychology, philosophy, and education. Reinholz has been with FRCC since 2007. “It never feels like work,” said Reinholz. “It feels natural. It feels effortless, meaningful, and important.” Reinholz earned his bachelor's in philosophy at the University of Northern Colorado, then received his juris doctorate at... Continue Reading →
Written by Matt Cunningham People typically think of horror movies having cliches, such as ghosts, stupid characters, blood, gore, and demonic possessions. Midsommar is not the typical horror film. Writer and director Ari Aster returns to the big screen for his second film. Following the critical success of Hereditary, Aster had a lot to live up to with Midsommar.