Front Range Community College staff and faculty volunteer their time to beautify the campus by planting flowers at the campus in Westminster, Colo on June 26, 2018. Photos by Ezra Ekman.
On April 29, the Rocky Mountain Room once again hosted students from all walks of life as they learned about the hard truths in the food industry. Some of the students who attended this event also participated in the Hunger Banquet and Photovoice exhibition.
A fireworks display illuminates the sky to celebrate 242 years of independence in Broomfield, Colo on July 4, 2018. Photos by Ezra Ekman.
June 19 was a historic day for the Westminster Campus as we celebrated our first Juneteenth.
FRCC is all about community and fun. The institution holds events showcasing such ideals for the students. Most events give out free food and have a fun activity. This particular event featured something that most people would attribute to the world famous Instagram app: a Polaroid camera.
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The Rocky Mountain Room was humming with activity on April 25, as students and parents arrived to attend the fifth annual Hunger Banquet. Those who attended heard students speaking about hunger, not only in the physical sense, but also in the intellectual and spiritual standpoint. Over the course of the spring semester, the students from Kristina Kahl, April Lewandowski and Kelli Cole’s classes learned how hunger and food insecurity affects college students on a day-to-day basis.