Students should seek counseling to solve seasonal stress

Finals are here and Christmas break is just around the corner, and for many, this is the most stressful time of the year. Even Christmas break can bring stress, as you may be returning to an environment, aka your home, that’s more stressful than your tests. There are lots of ways students cope with the

Tips from an academic advisor on how to prepare for picking classes

With spring semester just around the corner and registration for classes opening Nov. 5th, it’s time for students to start considering what classes they’ll take next year. Planning your academic future can be an intimidating task, especially when you aren’t sure which classes you need or want to take. LCCC’s academic advisors work hard to

LCCC celebrates national Hispanic heritage month with Day of the Dead event

Students at LCCC had an opportunity to learn about the Day of the Dead on October 15th at the CCC Student Lounge. Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muertos is a Hispanic holiday where families pay respects to their deceased loved ones with a celebration involving music, food, and dance among other festivities. It’s believed that the

LCCC gets its first eSports club

Students who enjoy casual and competitive multiplayer video games can share their interests with other students at LCCC’s first official eSports club.  Electronic gaming has an incredibly popular and diverse culture surrounding it, a large portion of which interacts online with multiplayer games. Communal gaming in the past was primarily limited to lan-parties, split screen

Haunted house in downtown Cheyenne

Nightmare on 17th Street is a haunted house in downtown Cheyenne which has been running every October for over 30 years. Located in 312 ½ W. 17th Street also known as the Grand Lodge, the upstairs lobby can seat a few hundred patrons while they wait to enter the basement of the building where the

Food and fun at the farmers market

The farmers market in Cheyenne started 38 years ago. It runs for 10 weeks, from the first of August until the first of October. At the time of writing, there are 42 vendors, each selling a variety of artisan goods and fresh produce. All proceeds from the farmers market go to an organization called Community

Lummis passes away at age 91

Doran Arp Lummis, 91, a longtime Cheyenne resident who was instrumental in launching Laramie County Community College, died May 21, 2019, at Davis Hospice in Cheyenne.  Lummis served on the Laramie County Board of Commissioners, the Employment Securities Commission, the State Board of Agriculture, and the State Board of Equalization. Lummis was also a member

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