Seth Ciancio does a deep dive into the details, and controversy, around FRCC’s One College reorganization. Continue reading One College: Divided
The FRCC Westminster campus may be lacking in established sports teams, but it makes up for it with the clubs … Continue reading Dribbling and Spiking Through FRCC’s Sports Clubs.
This past Monday marked the day when the large Rotunda hosted the yearly event that is Diversity Day for the … Continue reading Diversity Day 2022: An Overview
Seth Ciancio sits down for a conversation with Dr. Colleen Simpson, FRCC’s new president. Continue reading A Conversation With Dr. Colleen Simpson
Joshua Monen dives into the details of student debt forgiveness to help you get ready for relief. Continue reading Student Debt Forgiveness: Are You Ready?
The Front Page welcomes a brand new writer: Dehnal Tena. Continue reading Welcome to our Newest Member
The Cafeteria has been closed for over two years now. Why is that? Continue reading Why is The Cafeteria Still Closed?
May is an exciting time for many students as they head towards graduation and prepare for the next steps in … Continue reading The Retirement of a Great President
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?
Darby Holman is a staff writer for the Front Page, who is double majoring in communications and English. During her … Continue reading Welcome to our new columnist