Seth Ciancio sits down for a conversation with Dr. Colleen Simpson, FRCC’s new president. Continue reading A Conversation With Dr. Colleen Simpson
The Cafeteria has been closed for over two years now. Why is that? Continue reading Why is The Cafeteria Still Closed?
Darby Holman leaves The Front Page in May of 2022. Continue reading A Writer’s Farewell
May is an exciting time for many students as they head towards graduation and prepare for the next steps in their lives. But this year it’s not just the graduating class of 2022 that will … Continue reading The Retirement of a Great President
52 years ago, CCDN’s student newspaper was covered in articles and images about the shooting at Kent State University. This is a transcription of that page. Continue reading Give Peace A Chance
On June 30th, FRCC’s Brighton Campus is going to permanently close its doors. The announcement was made in March, with the administration saying that “Our lease on the center expires [this June] and our most … Continue reading Why is Frcc Closing its Brighton Center?
We are no strangers to the new flavor fad. In fact, there doesn’t seem to be a day where we don’t see some form of new flavored Oreo, ice cream, or coffee creamer. soda companies … Continue reading The Twisted History of the Twisted Apple.
Sunlight by Courtney Danis A flower cannot grow without sunlight, It must bathe in its glow. Its petals cannot bloom without sunshine, Or of its beauty, it will never know. It might have water, and … Continue reading 2022 Spring Poetry Contest First Place Winner.
A Vixen of the Sea By Alexandra Berghelm She is a vixen of the sea Revealed to those of bravery. With eyes like emeralds she gazes And nothing in the world her fazes. She is … Continue reading 2022 Spring Poetry Contest Second Place Winner.
Their condescending tone is the root of the problem they don’t understand they don’t get eye fatigue from reading tedium grow cold as they wait hours for their bus ride home scatter possessions trying to … Continue reading 2022 Spring Poetry Contest Third Place Winner: Sarah Lee “Disability’s Power.”