“Black Panther” and Its Cultural Impact on FCC Students

Black Panther is still pouncing on the competition at the box office and shattering records. Aside from already earning more than $700 million, the Marvel superhero Read More


Making an Education: Professor Hofmann gives FCC students a voice

You hear her before you see her. The click of Professor Anne Hofmann’s high-heeled shoes echoes down the hallway. She pauses for a moment to Read More


Brothers paving their own path in the music industry

From sitting in their rooms playing the guitar and drums to taking a trip to Chicago for recording a new album, two local individuals are Read More


Mandolin Orange returns to Weinberg Center for the Arts

Mandolin Orange, North Carolina folk duo-turned-full-band, returns to Weinberg Center for the Arts on Friday, March 24, at 8 p.m. The band, which blends folk, Read More


New band DoubleMotorcycle emerges from deep roots in local music scene

It’s OK if you aren’t familiar with DoubleMotorcyle, the latest band to hit the local music scene. Frederick residents will recognize all three of its Read More


LGBT students find support in GSA club during political flux

Student members of FCC’s Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) club voiced concern at a February meeting regarding the recent shift in U.S. government ideology and policy. Read More


Arts professor Poindexter inspires FCC students with creative light

Teacher by day, artist by night, Wendell Poindexter has shed his creative light onto countless students at Frederick Community College. By allowing his creative mind Read More


Local band Lost Keys launches debut EP ‘Revival’

A large crowd gathered at Champions Billiards Sports Bar on Buckeystown Pike in Frederick on Feb. 10 to watch local music act Lost Keys perform Read More


Africa to FCC: ‘It was time for me to go for my goals’

The pensive but eager teenager peered out the tiny airplane window, watching everything he ever knew vanish beneath the clouds. For the first five minutes, Bilal Hassane Souley’s upbringing — all 18 years of it — flashed before his eyes as he flew out of Diori Hamani International Airport of Niamey, Niger.Later, he recalled this moment the most agonizing 300 seconds of his life. But as Hassane Souley peered down at the fading city he would forever call home, he knew boarding a flight halfway aro


Steep me a tall one

By Ann Culey Trendy tea is more than a steeped beverage on Downton Abbey. Tea is a beverage that can be served hot or cold Read More

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