Etiquette dinner teaches students networking skills, proper dining

The annual Laramie County Community College Etiquette Dinner serves as a place for students to learn proper dinner etiquette, as well as network with business professionals. This year’s dinner took place April 10. The etiquette dinner has been going on for four years, and it is part of the Student Leadership Institute. “This dinner provides

CFD memories hold special place in former cowgirl’s heart

Growing up in Wyoming, Cheyenne Frontier Days was something I always looked forward to. I can’t even remember the first time I went to CFD because I was still in diapers. The earliest memory is watching my sister, Dallas, run barrels at the junior barrel racing that is still an event today. The Junior Barrels

Students, organizations invited to spring cleaning on campus

The Laramie County Community College student leadership institute is organizing a campus cleanup on April 18. The campus clean-up is open to all student groups on campus, as well as other students who want to help out. While the event is to be held on Wed. April 18, Zeke Sorenson, coordinator of Student Engagement &

Student forum allows for students to voice concerns

The Student Open Forum will be at 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, April 10, in the College Community Center Student Lounge. This forum is put on by the Student Government Association each year for students to voice their concerns to the college administration, as well as the president of the college. At this

Looking into Wyoming’s political divide

Within our country, there is a clear divide when it comes to certain political views.  In Wyoming, there is a history of division, like the Johnson County War, just as any other state has. The earliest division was simply between the north and south counties of the state. Farmers and stock growers dominated the north,

Behavioral issues may be the thing to look for when there’s a mass shooting

When I started writing this article, I was focusing on mental health and how it relates to some devastations within the country; however, after an interview I conducted for this column, I now have a whole new outlook on this topic. During this interview, Laramie County Community College psychology instructor, John Sanford, said that mental

Auto body department receives donation and grant

The Laramie County Community College auto body repair program received a tool grant and a donation from the Collision Repair Education Foundation. The program was notified it had been awarded the grant in October after applying for it last year.  In the middle of January, the program received a selection list of how the grant

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