Electives: Creating a Well-Rounded Student

By Jacob Hallberg Each day continues to pass and the knowledge base of the summer semester students grows. Their minds filled with new information and ways to help shape them into a better, more rounded employee or individual of society. However, often times many of the classes we take as undergraduates don’t directly relate towards... Continue Reading →

Important Fall Dates and Deadlines

By Jacob Hallberg The summer semester is nearing its end and students are scrambling to finish up the last assignments and tests. Often times, students can feel overwhelmed with the many different deadlines that come with a new school semester. With so many upcoming, these final weeks can become a blur. The New Student Orientation... Continue Reading →

FRCC’s Newest Award Winning Program

Front Range Community College has an award winning program housed on campus that you may not have heard of, the Gateway to College program. At the end of June, PJ Travin, the Assistant Director of the Gateway to College Program, and Andy Dorsey, the President of FRCC, traveled to Minneapolis, MN to accept the award.... Continue Reading →

A Message of Acceptance and Tolerance

Written by Alex Liethen Photos courtesy of The Denver Post The 14th Dalai Lama visited Boulder on Thursday, marking his first visit to the state since 1997 and given his age, 81, potentially his last. Along with many others in attendance, it has been a dream of mine to attend a teaching of his for... Continue Reading →

Farewell to FRCC

A year and a half ago, when I applied to Front Range Community College, I had not idea that I would walk away from the institution with an Associate of Arts degree, a job as the editor of The Front Page and a lifetime of memories. I remember attending orientation and registering for classes. My... Continue Reading →

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