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The Human Library

Written by Joe Fisk

On March 20, the Human Library held in the FRCC Rocky Mountain Room, is a program that offered conversation with ‘human  books’; people from various backgrounds and experiences. This was FRCC’s second year doing the Human Library and was open to Westminster residents and FRCC students.

Do it Yourself Punk Show and Art Exhibition

Written by Joe Fisk

On March 7, FRCC Westminster philosophy club, The Doors Of Perception, and the Creative Writing Club collaborated to organize a punk show in the recital hall to embrace individual expression. The show featured a collection of original visual art by FRCC student Evan Colbert, as well as musical performances by three groups: FRCC student bands  Em Rad and The Spectators, The Broken Escalators, and local Denver band Soulless Maneater. 

Kiko’s Authentic Mexican Food

Written by Omar Zapata

Illustration by Madison Otten

Nestled in the heart of Brighton, Kiko’s Authentic Mexican Food provides a great and affordable dining experience for those seeking authentic Mexican cuisine and a family-friendly environment. Since its opening on July 7, 2012, the family-owned restaurant has tried to maintain its mission of delighting the local community with good customer service and food.

Super Smash Brothers Tournament

Written by Joe Fisk

On March 6, a Super Mario Smash Brothers Ultimate tournament was held in the FRCC Game Room. Over 25 students, faculty, and staff were huddled around the television to watch the 12 player single-elimination tournament. As the tournament progressed, passerby’s stopped to observe from the hallway, while the crowd in the Game Room shrunk with each elimination.

FRCC to Offer Geospatial Science Bachelor’s Degrees

Written by Ezra Ekman

Illustration by Madison Otten

Although FRCC has traditionally been focused on associate degrees and vocational certificates, FRCC will begin offering a bachelor’s degree in geospatial science this fall. Some low-level courses will be available in Westminster, but the majority of the classes for both associate and bachelor degrees in geospatial science must be taken at the Boulder FRCC campus.