FRCC’s Taste of College

By Drew Lascot Celebrating 50 years of Front Range Community College, the upcoming Taste of College looks to culminate the student body, faculty, and local community in a “block party-like” bash. Food trucks, live bands from the FRCC’s own attendees, and plenty of games and activities will all be held at the Westminster Campus, Thursday,... Continue Reading →

FRCC’s 50th Anniversary

By Madison Otten During the week of August 27 -31, FRCC’s Student Life hosted a week long celebration. Each day of the week was loosely designed to represent a different time period of the college’s 50 year anniversary. “The generation themes run alongside the culture in the hope that students can connect,” Tim  Mellon, assistant... Continue Reading →

Welcome Week

Written By Drew Lascot and Madison Otten   Welcome Week was a series of events that welcomed new and returning students. Melanie Rocha, student involvement coordinator, is passionate about hosting her events with Student Life. “We try to get people excited to come back to school,” Rocha said. “We host these events to try to... Continue Reading →

It’s Nacho Time to Check Out

By Madison Otten Wednesdays are a busy time for the school; Student Life hosts free food events outside of the Student Organizations Center by the Café and the bookstore. All over the school, little advertisements had been popping up on the monitors depicting a lone chip and chilies with the caption “It’s Nacho Time to... Continue Reading →

Dae Gee: Restaurant Review

It can be difficult deciding where to go eat when you go out with friends or family. Coming to a census is almost impossible. However, Dae Gee may be the restaurant to eliminate that problem. Dae Gee is a Korean barbecue restaurant with many options to eat and enough food to make you leave satisfied. You go into the restaurant, get seated at a grill table and cook the food yourself.

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