Being a part of the Catholic Faith

Catholics are criticized because of their beliefs. However, a lot of those people probably don’t know a thing about Catholicism. Catholicism is one of the main religions of the world. BBC news found that there are 1.2 billion Roman Catholics. During World Youth Day 2016, there were nearly a million young Catholics gathered in Krakow,

LCCC to host ‘Remembering the Fallen’ memorial

Laramie County Community College is hosting a memorial for all the military personnel who have died since 9/11. The memorial will be on campus Nov. 17 through Nov.26 and will be held in the ANB Ballroom in the Clay Pathfinder building. The Student Veterans of America at LCCC are helping with the preparations, including finding

Trustees review Capital campaign, announce institutional effectiveness grade

Laramie County Community College’s Board of Trustees reviewed level II planning for the new proposed renovations to the Fine Arts building, RAC and construction of new dormitories. LCCC President Dr. Joe Schaffer said the college earned an overall grade of B in the Institutional Effectiveness Report for the 2017 fiscal year, which he discussed in

The horrors of dating slashed by the perks of being single

Single, pshh… I’m dating myself, duh! While being single is seen on social media as a sign of loneliness, or for people who can’t get a date, dating is seen as ideal. Dating is fun, but it’s always nice to not have to worry about a relationship. Relationships take time, money, and commitment, but being

President hopes to transform campus from a commuter to a residential

Laramie County Community College will potentially move away from being a commuter campus to a residential campus. The Capital Campaign, if passed, will give the college the necessary funds to build a new residence hall. According to LCCC President Dr. Joe Schaffer, the campus has 4,000 to 5,000 students on and off campus everyday, but

RAC renovations have potential to increase enrollment, athletic director said

Laramie County Community College recently launched a campaign favoring renovation/construction projects for the student dorms, the Recreation and Athletics Complex, and the Fine Arts building. LCCC President Dr. Joe Schaffer said while the student dorms will require the construction of a new building, the RAC needs renovating because the building is old. “It’s just an

No room for amateurs, dating 101

First impressions are extremely important when you first meet someone; however, a lot of people forget how to make a good one. First, let me clarify, men are not the only ones guilty of making a bad impression on the first date. One of the first things you should think about is location. The worst

LCCC Men’s soccer team is now 0-4 in the season

Laramie Community College men’s soccer team stayed home to face Salt Lake Community College and Iowa Western Community College during Labor Day weekend. The Golden Eagles lost 3-1 against Salt lake and 6-1 against Iowa, which put them at a 0-4 for the season. The Eagles were able get some shots in the back of

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