After an 18-month hiatus from presenting live theatre productions, the Front Range Community College theatre program is returning to the stage this month.
It’s hard to find even one person who hasn’t been significantly impacted by the events of the last 14 months. That’s exactly what led FRCC graduate—and current University of Colorado-Denver student—Shane Still to launch a project showcasing some of the challenges that millennials and Generation Zers have been dealing with during the pandemic. Throughout Mental […]
It is hot and humid as I walk over the hilly terrain of Forest Park in St. Louis. There is a sense of excitement in the air. Chants of “Save Mother Gaia” can be heard emanating from white tents scattered throughout the park. Incense invades my nostrils. It is Earth Day. I am 17, and […]
Get a sneak peek of the new film Mr. SOUL! prior to its broadcast premiere—then continue the conversation locally. Front Range Community College is hosting a public screening of the new documentary film Mr. SOUL! from Emmy Award-winning Independent Lens. Watch the movie, then join us for a live virtual discussion with Colorado experts. The […]
Watch the new film “Bedlam” and continue the discussion on mental health locally. Front Range Community College is hosting a public screening of the new documentary film Bedlam from Emmy Award-winning Independent Lens. Watch the movie, then join us for a panel discussion with local Colorado experts. The virtual events are free and open to […]
In 1981, Congress passed Public Law 97-28, which authorized the president to proclaim a week beginning March 7 Women’s History Week. In 1987, Congress passed Public Law 100-9, which declared the whole month of that year to be dedicated to women’s history. In 1994, the month was permanently labeled Women’s History Month and most educational […]
Front Range Community College is hosting an art exhibition featuring the work of our multimedia graphic design (MGD) students. The show is entitled Synergy, and will run from April 22 through May 9 in the Visual Arts Gallery at FRCC’s Westminster Campus. It features pieces created by FRCC’s MGD students from the college’s Boulder County […]
In recent years, higher education has undergone a significant transformation. A large number of small liberal arts colleges have closed. Undergraduate majors have become more STEM-focused and aimed toward employment. The popular myth of the liberal arts, especially in the humanities and art, is one of an elitist and impractical pursuit that creates unemployable young […]