Today marks the 20th anniversary of the start of “Operation Iraqi Freedom.” Much has been made about the war in Iraq since it’s start 20 years ago today, but as it’s often said, hindsight is 2020. So it’s valuable to look back, and see what FRCC students and The Front Page staff had to say about the Iraq War when it was happening. Continue reading From The Archives: The Iraq War
Seth Ciancio answers two important questions: why is the cafeteria still delayed, and why are we renovating it in the first place? Continue reading Wait- Why Are We Renovating The Cafeteria?
Seth Ciancio does a deep dive into the details, and controversy, around FRCC’s One College reorganization. Continue reading One College: Divided
Seth Ciancio sits down for a conversation with Dr. Colleen Simpson, FRCC’s new president. Continue reading A Conversation With Dr. Colleen Simpson
The Cafeteria has been closed for over two years now. Why is that? Continue reading Why is The Cafeteria Still Closed?
On June 30th, FRCC’s Brighton Campus is going to permanently close its doors. The announcement was made in March, with … Continue reading Why is FRCC Closing its Brighton Center?
FRCC’s Westminster campus began construction in 1975. Originally a new location for Community College of Denver’s (CCD) North Campus, it … Continue reading How FRCC Lost its Solar Panels
Last month, the Tennessee board of education decided to pull the book ‘Maus’ from their eighth grade curriculum, citing concerns … Continue reading Book banning in America
Last week, in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, U.S. Representative Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) proposed a new type of sanction: … Continue reading Don’t Kick Out Russian Students-Invite Them to Stay.
Seth Ciancio is a staff writer for the Front Page, studying computer science with the aim of transferring to CU … Continue reading Meet your New Columnist