The Front Page student newspaper and FRCC’s School of Writing & Literature present:

Horse race politics, kitchen table issues and a deeply divided nation. These are just some terms you might hear as you follow the upcoming 2024 elections.   

But how do we move beyond catch phrases, headlines and personality politics? How can we steer clear of misinformation, which seems to be everywhere these days? How can we become more informed citizens—so that when we fill out our ballots, we can make the best decisions for ourselves, our families, our communities and our country?  

Come hear a panel of local journalists discuss how they cover elections. They’ll provide us tips on how to become better consumers of news about candidates and ballot issues.   

Our Panelists: 

  • Bente Birkeland, Public Affairs Reporter, Colorado Public Radio News 
  • Stefanie Daniel, Senior Editor and Reporter, KUNC Radio for Northern Colorado 
  • Corey Hutchins, Co-director of Colorado College’s Journalism Institute 
  • Lucas Brady Woods, Statehouse Reporter, KUNC Radio for Northern Colorado 


Tuesday, March 5 

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM | Interactive tables about information and voter literacy with student organizations and community partners 

Noon – 1:00 PM | Panel discussion 


Westminster Campus, 3645 W. 112th Avenue

Rocky Mountain Room 

(Near the rotunda–look for the flagpoles)

Or join us virtually on Zoom:

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