By Melody Giles On Oct. 25, FRCC Westminster held its first-ever Cabaret Night. The event, put on by Front Range staff and students, had a packed house for its whimsy and diversity of music and art. The theme was love. Throughout the night, the audience was entertained with jazzy songs played on guitars, the piano,... Continue Reading →
Be sure to check out the previous College Success series articles, College Success Series Part 4: How to Take Exams. By Ezra Ekman As the saying goes, “it’s not what you know, but who you know that matters.” Networking, getting to know people for possible future collaboration or to make industry contacts, is one of the... Continue Reading →
Exams are something that all students dread. But there are ways to manage the stress.
Alison blurs the line between multiple genres such as indie folk and indie pop. Her new EP features the title track “Moon”, and four other original songs that she wrote. Each of the songs on the EP are very similar to each other, as this album was vastly disappointing to me.
Wednesday, Oct. 31 saw a lot of activity on the FRCC campus. Various events filled the day such as the Halloween party in the SOC and the Halloween lecture in the Rocky Mountain Room. However, the main event was the costume contest held by the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society that lasted from 1-2 p.m.
FRCC students, staff, and faculty bring their families to participate in Family Math Game Night at Front Range Community College in Westminster, Colo on October 25, 2018. Photos by Ezra Ekman.
On Oct. 18, FRCC, the English Department, Student Life, and the Westminster Public Library put on the second annual Bringing the Weird and Dead to Life Author Panel
Hispanic Heritage Month was established 50 years ago on Aug. 17, 1968, by President Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by Ronald Reagan. This celebration lasted from Sept. 15 until Oct. 15, and FRCC was a part of a multitude of institutions across the country that played host in celebration of the month.