Photos by Ezra Ekman. Wind gusts reaching up to 80 mph blew across Colorado, resulting in toppled trucks and downed trees. Mike Baranovic, Faculties Supervisor at Front Range Community College in Westminster, Colo, cleared branches and debris on April 18, 2018. Baranovic said two spruce and one apple tree were uprooted by the heavy... Continue Reading →
What Did You Do For Spring Break? Written by Jeramey Reamer After their final midterm exam, FRCC students were given the opportunity to relax during Spring Break. The week of no classes is dedicated to recharging your brain as busy schedules of classes and assignments take a back seat to fun and recreation! Take a look... Continue Reading →
By Ezra Ekman Are you struggling to afford college or concerned about graduating with debt? You aren’t alone. But what if someone gave you money just for filling out a form and writing a short essay about your college goals? That’s how scholarships work. In this first of a two-part series, I’ll explain why you... Continue Reading →
FRCC students and guests explore the Cadaver Lab at University of Colorado Anschutz in Denver, Colo on March 23, 2018. Photos by Ezra Ekman.
FRCC departments exhibit their course offerings and projects to students and guests during an Open House at Front Range Community College in Westminster, Colo on March 15, 2018. Photos by Ezra Ekman.
By Jeramey Reamer Have you noticed how colorful the Campus Center walkway was during February? The halls of Westminster campus met students with large African flags and patched quilts. Along the path, hung incredible reminders of the contributions that African Americans have made to our country. With February’s observance of Black History Month now finished,... Continue Reading →
By Danielle Hagerty Every semester, FRCC-Westminster holds an open dialogue that is sponsored by the women’s studies program and the Student Life Office. On Wednesday, March 7, many of the student body and staff attended this dialogue at the Rotunda speaking particularly on “Community Conversations on Privilege.” The dialogue emphasized that truly reflecting upon our... Continue Reading →