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Professor Directs Family Theater, Entertains Thousands

Apples don’t fall far from their tree. Back in the 1960s, John Hill’s parents were involved in community theater in Fort Collins. His mother was president of the Fort Collins Children’s Theatre and designed costumes for local theater and opera companies. As a youngster, John participated in a summer theater production of “The Music Man” […]

What is a Machinist?

Are you looking for a great career with interesting work, good pay and above all, lifetime job security? You can’t do much better than becoming a precision machinist. Because of the aging of the workforce and the recent trend bringing lots of manufacturing work back to the United States, local and national companies have a […]

Women Warriors Documentary: Part Two

After 11 weeks of working on post-production, our documentary is getting closer and closer to being finished. At the time of this writing, all of the animations and photos for the narrative portion of the project are on track, with the interview sections and background music nearly complete as well. Our instructor, Brandon Berman, has […]

Raising the Bar: Redesigning Developmental Education

A funny thing happens when you raise the bar. People find a way to get over it, once they realize it’s expected. Human beings can do amazing things – if they’re asked to. ~John Powers, author, playwright, actor, teacher Statewide Redesign This quote describes the philosophy behind the newly redesigned Developmental Education English and Math […]

Women Warriors: A Documentary of Incredible Stories

photo of students, faculty and staff who worked on Women Warriors video

During the summer of 2013, Rep. Ed Perlmutter’s office asked FRCC to produce a documentary on woman war veterans that would span from WWII to the present. This documentary would be added to the Library of Congress as part of their Veterans History Project, which hopes to collect and preserve stories from our war veterans. […]

New Urban Agriculture Management Certificate at FRCC Provides Knowledge, Skills for Success

A new Urban Agriculture Management certificate at Front Range Community College provides students with the knowledge and skills to start their own urban farms or work as technicians for companies that develop and maintain urban farms. Classes are taught at both the Larimer (Fort Collins) and Westminster campuses of FRCC. The Horticulture and Landscape Technologies […]

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