Written Forrest Martin Illustrated by Madison Otten I went to this Korean BBQ joint called Dae Gee that was featured on (Food Network) Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, as it was close to where we live in Westminster. (The difference between Korean BBQ versus American BBQ is that Korean has such thinly cut meat that has a quick grilling time where traditional BBQ is a slow cooking time.) This franchise has developed from one location to four since starring on ‘Triple D.’ When we went there our expectations were high, since Guy Fieri really raised the bar.
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By Ezra Ekman Illustration by Madison Otten Being a student can be expensive. Fortunately, it comes with many benefits, but these benefits aren’t limited to on-campus services. Your FRCC Wolf Card provides access to hundreds of student discounts, both in-person and online. Below are just a few examples of the discounts available to you as a student at FRCC.
Written by Samantha Wolfe A common question asked amongst film-lovers is what is it, exactly, that makes a film “good?” Often, films that get everything right on the technical side feel dry and loveless, while the popularity of “so bad it’s good” films created by the likes of Tommy Wiseau (The Room) and Neil Breen (Fateful Findings) prove that a movie doesn’t actually have to be well made to be enjoyed. My favorite film, Italian director Dario Argento’s 1977 magnum opus Suspiria, falls somewhere in the middle. A combination of over and under acting, an incredibly disjointed score, and genuinely gorgeous visuals work to create a campy horror classic unlike any other.
Written by Joe Fisk Illustration by Madison Otten TRIO Student Support Services (TRIO SSS) provides support and services in career navigation, academic or transfer needs, personal development, and finance at FRCC Westminster. With 34 of last year's TRIO students graduating, there are open spots to fill. Elizabethe Plante, TRIO counselor, hopes to help students graduate or transfer to a four-year school successfully...
Written by Giovanna Di Giacomo Illustration by Madison Otten Hungry for some local comfort Italian food? Amici’s Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant is the perfect place to visit. Amici’s is a family-owned restaurant that has been around since the 1970s. I grew up eating there with my family, and I haven’t seen its business slow. I chose to review this place, because even though it has turned into a sort of tradition for me, its food and environment can be hit or miss.