By Ezra Ekman If you are attending college, you are most likely under the age of 30, and your voice
The Rocky Mountain Room was humming with activity on April 25, as students and parents arrived to attend the fifth annual Hunger Banquet. Those who attended heard students speaking about hunger, not only in the physical sense, but also in the intellectual and spiritual standpoint. Over the course of the spring semester, the students from Kristina Kahl, April Lewandowski and Kelli Cole’s classes learned how hunger and food insecurity affects college students on a day-to-day basis.
For part two of the Hunger Block series, Lewandoski invited The Front Page to join her class on a field trip to the Food Bank of the Rockies. As part of the curriculum leading up to the Hunger Banquet, they first volunteer at the food bank to learn more about how hunger affects our community.
By Luna Castro, Guest Writer “Mira necesito que vean esto” (Look, I need you all to see this), my father
Illustrated by Madison Otten
How much time do you spend studying? Do you treat studying like a high school class, or do you have a more comprehensive study plan in place?
Many college students have to make the hard choice of either paying for groceries or paying tuition, but some colleges are taking it upon themselves remedy this issue.
By Kelly Marquez Racca’s Pizzeria Neapolitan Location: 2129 Larimer St. Denver, CO (Ballpark) Reservations: Open Table Only (Restaurant Application)
TRIO hosts an outing for their staff, members, and families to the zoo in Denver Colorado on May 29, 2018.
FRCC celebrates International Doughnut Day, photos by Massiel Orduna