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August 3, 2011

Why do I need to know math?

Math-for-life

We recently took up some grass to expand our perennial garden. The question was: How much mulch to cover the area to a depth of 3 inches? I’m glad I paid attention in my math classes. But don’t take my word for it. Here’s what some math teachers say: “Mathematics has a pervasive and essential […]

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August 1, 2011

10 Ideas for your Summer Bucket List

Summer-bucket-list

In about a month’s time, colleges in Colorado will start their fall semesters. So time is ticking down on getting in all those summer activities. If you haven’t filled your Summer Bucket List, here are a few Web sites that may help you out. Idea #1: Plan your adventure with the Colorado Tourism Guide: More […]

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July 25, 2011

Create art on your lunch break in Fort Collins

FCMOA-monoprinting

What better place to locate a community art studio than in a city’s downtown? That’s happened in Fort Collins. Last March, Front Range and the Fort Collins Museum of Art (FCMOA) formed a partnership to offer non-credit arts and humanities classes at the museum, 201 S. College Ave. The space is called the Community Studio. […]

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July 22, 2011

News: FRCC appoints Veltri vice president for academic/student services

Sandy Veltri

Sandy Veltri has been appointed Vice President of Academic and Student Services at Front Range Community College. Veltri will provide leadership in the college and the state as FRCC’s chief academic officer/student services officer. She will oversee FRCC’s Online Learning and Workforce Development programs as well as academic and student support functions such as instructor […]

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