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
By Seth Ciancio The Soviet Union was infamous for its bread lines. But whether or not you realize it, the … Continue reading The American Bread Line
By Seth Ciancio This Friday, January 7th, marks the deadline for all FRCC students and staff to fill out the … Continue reading All About FRCC’s Testing/Vaccine Mandate