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The character of Maria Josefa Jaramillo Carson, a wife of Kit Carson, will be portrayed in a free Chautauqua performance at 1 p.m. Thursday, March 1, at Front Range Community College…
Michelle Medeiros, English and literature faculty at Front Range Community College’s Westminster Campus, is the college’s faculty of the year. She was honored at a meeting of the State Board for Com…
Studying is a big part of college, but it can be difficult to make things stick when you’re trying to remember information for multiple classes. Like most endeavors, practice makes perfect…
Not all art comes from professional artists, and an exhibit at Front Range Community College sets out to show that. “Art Across the Campus” displays the artistic talents of faculty, instruc…