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This Week’s Feature:
Governor Polis Visits FRCC Westminster to Discuss Work-Based Learning
Seth Ciancio delves into the stories and experiences shared between FRCC students and Governor Polis at last month’s Work-Based learning event with Governor Polis.
Written by Seth Ciancio
Jared Polis speaks to students at FRCC Westminster. Photo by Alex Ziemek
This semester, in line with FRCC President Dr. Simpson’s new One College model, The Front Page and The Reporter are joining forces under The Front Page banner, and expanding their coverage to FRCC’s Boulder County Campus. In order to preserve the independent voices of all three FRCC campuses, each campus will retain its own editor, copy editor, and advisor, as well as their own staff of writers and/or other content creators. All decisions made by The Front Page will be ultimately overseen by the Editorial Board, made up of one advisor and one editor from each campus. One of these editors will be appointed by the Editorial Board to be the Managing Editor, whose role will be to oversee and guide the operation of The Front Page.
-The Front Page
More Event Coverage:
Local Writers Share Passion, Advice at FRCC Panel
Abby Miller covers a creative writing panel put on at FRCC’s Larimer Campus, featuring three local industry professionals.
FRCC is All Elite: Wrestlers Visit FRCC
Will Brown covers a Lucha wrestling event put on at FRCC’s Larimer Campus, a part of the college’s larger celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
More on Hispanic Heritage Month:
A Local Business Feature:
More on Food:
Firetrucks Arrive at FRCC Westminster
Last Thursday, September the 28th, FRCC students had their days interrupted by a fire alarm. Many students and staff expressed a heightened level of concern, given that a fire drill had occurred in the building earlier that same month. After just a few minutes, Firetrucks arrived on the scene. First, one from the Westminster Fire Department, whose crew entered the building escorted by a security guard. Shortly thereafter, another truck from North Metro Fire Rescue arrived, which left a few minutes later. Approximately 25 minutes after the alarm went off, students and staff were given the all-clear to return to the building. Asked after the event, a member of FRCC’s security team said that the apparent false alarm was suspected to have been caused by a smoker.
Written by Seth Ciancio
Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Guts’ Might Have Your Next Favorite Song
Ryley Teasley reviews internet-sensation Olivia Rodrigo’s newest album, “GUTS,” offering suggestions for fans new and old.
Will The New Hunger Games Prequel Work?
Carlee Elders shares her opinions on the role of prequels in film and predictions for the upcoming film adaptation of “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes.”