The last 20 months have been rough. FRCC employees pooled their collective gratitude to boost our outlook as we head into the coldest darkest time of year.
It’s the holiday season—which for many of us means festive décor, cozy fires, gifts and family. In the U.S., many people hang wreaths, decorate trees, and shop for gifts to exchange with loved ones (and for Secret Santa gift swaps at the office). According to a Pew Research Center study, nine in 10 Americans celebrate Christmas as […]
As I write this on National Giving Day, a week ahead of Colorado Gives Day, the day after Cyber Monday, three days removed from Small Business Saturday, and Black Friday starting on Thursday and going into overtime for many businesses, I think of the casual conversations I’ve had recently with students who want to mark […]