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10 Easy Stress Busters

More stressed than usual? You aren’t alone. According to an American Psychological Association (APA) survey released in February 2017 called “Stressed in America,” stress is on the rise. The APA identified sources of stress, including the political climate, personal safety, police violence toward minorities, and acts of terrorism. Let’s face it, many of us stress […]

Hispanic Heritage Month at FRCC

National Hispanic Heritage Month

At 11 a.m. on a Wednesday, I sit in front of a diverse and amazing group of young men and women in the Latino Club at Front Range Community College. As I listened to their stories and diverse experiences I am reminded that it’s that wonderful time of year again. It’s Hispanic Heritage Month, which […]

Students Build Shed for Habitat for Humanity

A semester-long service project gave hands-on learning to Front Range students and a shed for Habitat for Humanity in Fort Collins to sell and keep the proceeds. That’s a win-win. Add a third win – the buyer gets a solidly constructed shed designed to look good and move relatively easily. Design, build a shed for […]

From FRCC Graphic Design to LA

Katherine Greczyn photo

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 […]

August 21 Solar Eclipse: What You Need to Know

A total solar eclipse is when the moon comes directly between Earth and the sun. This happens fairly frequently, roughly twice a year. However, because the moon’s shadow is so small, any particular place on Earth will rarely see a total solar eclipse. Only those within the dark band on the NASA map will see […]

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