As humans, we often find comfort in communities, as historically it was through communal relationships that we continued to evolve and grow. The definition of community, however, has changed over time. From what was a initially a means of survival, to now exhibiting feelings of fellowship with others due to common goals or interests. This, in my opinion, epitomizes my experience at Front Range Community College, and more specifically, working for the student-run newspaper, The Front Page.
On Aug. 31, 2018, Netflix released the original movie, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, which is currently playing in a few select theatres and is also available on Netflix. The film, written and directed by the Coen brothers, is an anthology of six short films that all take place in the post-Civil War settling of the West. It features numerous A-list actors, such as Tim Blake Nelson, Bill Heck, James Franco, and Liam Neeson. The film’s message seems to be stories never die but people do. This is an intriguing thought on its own but is poorly executed in this movie.
Halestorm and In This Moment Dec. 1, 2018 at 1st Bank Center, Broomfield, Co. Photos by Lindsey McKitick
By Madison Otten “To see with eyes unclouded by hate” is the premise of Hayao Miyazaki’s second highest grossing film,
I wandered into the Newman Center of Performing Arts at the University of Denver on a somewhat chilly Oct. 4 night. Upon arriving, I immediately saw my dance teacher, and she suggested that I could go find my seat.
By Scheyenne Vue Sophie Meiers is a rising artist from Durango, Colorado, with an experimental discography spanning genres from R&B
Some prime benefits of attending community college include the cheaper cost, smaller class sizes, flexible schedules, and a diverse community of students and staff alike.
By Madison Otten On Tuesday Nov. 13, the Creative Writing Clubs of the FRCC Boulder and Westminster Campuses came together
By Conrad Sperosen On Nov. 10, at the Boettcher Concert Hall, the jam-band Lettuce took their amazing funk sound and