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From FRCC Graphic Design to LA

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Aim high. That’s what Deb Craven, multimedia technology faculty and department chair, tells her students to do as they prepare for the job market. Kate Greczyn aimed high, and she is off to Los Angeles to work for a major advertising agency specializing in campaigns for the entertainment industry. The Refinery claims about 140 of

LGBT+ Inclusivity at FRCC: Common Questions

As a queer student, I know from many, many personal experiences that being non-straight and not cisgender (cisgender means someone who identifies with the gender they were assigned at birth) can feel like an island. With the recent push for campus inclusivity, it can leave one wondering “What does inclusivity mean about my experience here?”

High School Students Save Lives with Birthing Kits

Who would have thought that a few supplies placed in a plastic sandwich bag could save three lives? But those supplies do save lives, and students in two College Now-Career Pathways classes packed hundreds of those sandwich bags recently. Students explore medical careers. The students are in the Medical Careers Exploration class – high school

Student Documentary Explores Farm to Table Movement

Farmers markets, community supported agriculture (CSA), farm-to-table restaurants – more and more people today are interested in where their food comes from, how it is grown, and how it arrives to their plates. Digital media students at Front Range Community College’s Westminster Campus are preparing a documentary about this trend. “Next-Door Nutrition” is in its

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