Dozens of people flocked to Frederick Community College earlier this month as the Eighth Annual Afternoon Tea, hosted by the Frederick branch of the American Association of University Women, unlocked its doors to the public.
Deep, swift, and daunting. In describing the plummet from our nests, these are the three most appropriate words. Diving into the final stages of a college career might be one of the most pivotal moments for the average young adult, and the graduating students of Frederick Community College are jumping tassel first.
Mark Price and Jeffrey Buhrman, custodians, were greeted with an unpleasant surprise when they arrived for their typical night shift at Frederick Community College on Monday, March 11th. Upon arriving in the student center, the men were shocked to find one of the lounges filled with trash and other debris littering the space.
The restoration of Jefferson Hall is complete and the building opened to students Friday, Feb 8. Faculty and students alike were excited to utilize the space and start getting comfortable that morning.
At first glance, a typical snow day might be sledding and hot chocolate. But because of limited class time here at Frederick Community College, students aren’t likely to get more of those.