Instructor Reading by Sabrina Robinson

  Donned in glittering gold leggings and a bird mask, Professor Jonathan Montgomery took the stage - which was littered with toy birds - on April 26 to kick off the third annual Instructor Reading. Professor Montgomery normally teaches English composition at Front Range Community College, but as he started his introductory poem, he and... Continue Reading →

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Howl Release Party By Sabrina Robinson

Werewolves, death and corruption. These were just a few of the topics addressed on April 20th at the release party for the fourth volume of Howl, the literary magazine at Front Range Community College. Located in the newly renovated Performing Arts Gallery, the release party for the literary magazine was a personal, yet gripping event.... Continue Reading →

Rainbow Unity

Written by DJ Lincks Rainbow Unity is the newest FRCC Westminster Campus run club that provides students of all backgrounds, ethnicities, and sexual orientations a safe environment to truly be themselves. Although it is LGBTQ directed, it is not exclusive to the community and encourages students of all backgrounds to participate. I was fortunate enough... Continue Reading →

Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures By Quill Skidmore Hidden Figures is a film about Katharine G. Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, and Mary Jackson, the black women in the NASA program that got the first American in space. I went to see it this past week and thought that it was an amazing work of art. The dedication of these... Continue Reading →

A Look at Young Americans for Liberty

Written By: Josh Speer Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) was founded in 2008 as an extension of Students for Ron Paul. It was founded by Paul’s National Youth Coordinator, Jeff Frazee, after Dr. Paul withdrew from the presidential campaign. Since its inception, the organization hit the 800 chapter mark across all fifty states. It is... Continue Reading →

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