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Jack’s and Steamers Restaurant Review

Written by Emily Jackson

Illustration by Madison Otten

Are you looking for a family-friendly place to get a latte, eat a meal, have a drink, and get ice cream all in one stop?  Consider going to Jack’s and Steamers Bar & Grill. It’s a family-owned business that opened in 2007. The service can be hit or miss, but the restaurant has a friendly, warm atmosphere that’s a mix of a pub and a café.

A Lower Tuition is Just a Few Hours Away

Written by Matt Cunningham

Illustration by Madison Otten

FRCC offers the Foundation Scholarship opportunity for its students. The application for this scholarship is open from Dec. 1 to March 1 each year. Students who apply complete a single application for all scholarships. The amounts typically range from $1,000 to $5,000 for full-time students and $500 to $1,000 for part-time students. That means this scholarship can help pay for a book or an entire class.

Lauren Schiller: Kids to Kinesiology

Written by Drew Lascot

Photo by Lindsay Brand

Walking into the office of the new Fitness and Wellness Coordinator, one is immediately greeted by the sign behind the desk: “Life is short. Don’t be lazy.” Lauren Schiller embodies this very quote, having found her new position at FRCC less than a year after graduating with her masters.

Great Scotts Eatery Restaurant Review

Written by Jonathan Ruiz

Diners are always my go-to when I’m in the mood to eat out. Each diner has its own feel to it and way of preparing food. We all know IHOP or Denny’s, but what about the small local diners? Great Scotts Eatery is one of the diners that gets overlooked, even though they have a huge sign at the side of U.S. Route 36.

Dean Andrea DeCosmo, One Of FRCC’s New Deans

Written by Matt Cunningham

image by Ezra Ekman

FRCC’s new instructional dean Andrea DeCosmo’s path to becoming a dean involved a wealth of experience in higher education, the ability to learn challenging life lessons, and an extreme passion for education. DeCosmo started her new position on Jan. 7; she serves as the allied health dean for the Westminster campus and oversees the Brighton campus.

Family Movie Night

Written by Matt Cunningham  

As classes and college life  rolls along in the 2019 spring semester, FRCC continues to reach out to the community with various events. On Thursday, Feb. 7, the Westminster campus will have Family Movie Night in the Rocky Mountain Room at 6 p.m., featuring the movie Coraline, an animated dark fantasy adventure for all ages, based on the book by Neil Gaiman and directed by Henry Selick. Selick has collaborated with Tim Burton in the past with films like The Nightmare Before Christmas, and James and the Giant Peach.