The Effects of COVID-19 On Student Life

Written by Sarah McClure Photo by Sarah McClure Fall is a time for change, and a major shift has extended to students learning at FRCC Westminster this semester. As Colorado navigates the COVID-19 pandemic for the sixth month since mandatory quarantine orders were issued across the country in March, many students must adapt the ways... Continue Reading →

A Note from the editor

Written by Joe Fisk After a short hiatus from publishing over the summer semester due to COVID-19-related complications, The Front Page student newspaper is returning for the fall semester! The paper will continue its dedication to delivering relevant news to Front Range Community College. The Front Page intends to continue bringing readers campus news, features,... Continue Reading →

Front Page Summer Operations Update

Dear readers of the Front Page Student Newspaper,

Due to present circumstances involving COVID-19, the newspaper will not be publishing articles over the summer. We will, however, return for the Fall 2020 semester. Until then, we thank you for your patience and understanding.

Please stay safe and keep kindness in your hearts.

Farewell to the Front Page, a Note From the Managing Editor

Life can be full of surprises.

I never expected to make writing a career in any capacity, but here we are. I began working here at the paper as a writer, a reporter, a student who had so much to learn and so far to go. I never expected to find the friendships that I did, to find all of the small joys that lay hidden throughout the school, or to find my path that will hopefully lead me to new horizons. 

Column: Study Habits It’s always a good time to start a personal budget

Written by Lori Robinson

Illustration by Madison Otten

If Super Bowl LIV and other wintertime festivities blew your dietary New Year’s resolutions out of the water, I’m here to help you get your house back in order. Why, you say? Because I want to get my own house in order by establishing a personal budget and could use a forum in which to compare ideas with my fellow students. What’s more I hope to show others, who may be as averse as I once was to the world of low math, that budgeting is good for us; it helps us examine what we are doing, set goals, and figure out how to get where we want to go. 

FRCC Hires New Dean of Student Affairs

Written by Ezra Ekman

After Aaron Prestwich’s September departure, FRCC sought a new dean of student affairs.  Student organizations were invited to join a forum of faculty and staff to interview three candidates for the role on November 7, 2019.  The forum was livestreamed so that students, faculty, and staff who couldn’t attend the forum could watch remotely.

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