Colorado Day is celebrated on August 1 each year. 2017 marks the 141st anniversary of Colorado being declared a state by President Ulysses S. Grant in 1876. As a Colorado native, I thought the many transplants that call Colorado home may be interested in learning a few fun facts about our great state. Click on each
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As we dust off our backpacks and return to school this month, we all want to start the new semester off on the right foot. To help you find some inspiration to do just that, take a minute and let these words of wisdom sink in.
With the winter weather upon us, we’ve turned to our FRCC faculty and staff for some ideas on favorite wintertime activities. Whether you’re itching to get out of the house or hunker down inside, these may give you some inspiration. Sandra Bergman: Each winter break while my kids are out of school we make a
In celebration of deaf awareness month, some of our American Sign Language (ASL) instructors put together this short video. Like a deaf person’s world, the video is silent. If you know ASL, you can follow along as they sign. If not, you’ll need to read the captions.
As college students get ready to start (or return) to school, we thought it would be helpful to share some of our blog posts that have tips and advice about how to get off to a good start at college. Tips for New College Students: What I Wish I Knew 10 Years Ago 5 Tips
As the school year draws to a close my mind turns to my kids’ summer vacation. Summer conjures up a variety of things for me: summer camp, pool, ice cream, road trips, camping, hiking, ice cream truck, swimming, baseball, barbeques, ice cream, sprinklers, corn on the cob, popsicles and reading. (Did I mention ice cream?)
We’re in full holiday mode now! With the students and faculty done with finals, they are off enjoying their well-earned winter break. Before they left, we asked them to share with us some of their favorite holiday foods. I think you’ll really see the diversity of our Front Range family in their responses. Dan Balski:
The holiday season is rife with traditions. Some traditions are religious, some revolve around food, and some are just for fun. Whatever the tradition, they tend to hold a lot of sentimentality and involve family. In this post our FRCC bloggers talk about their personal holiday traditions that are near and dear to their hearts.