Out with D2L, in with Canvas

In 2018 Laramie County Community College will welcome a new learning management system called Canvas, which will replace Desire2Learn. This new project has already been implemented into some grade schools and colleges across the state, including the University of Wyoming. The Albany County Campus library assistant Steve Yeager said that when he was a student

Musician gets his big break in Fort Collins

Cheyenne musician Mark Madrid gets the opportunity of a lifetime to record his new upcoming record in the famous Blasting Room Studios starting in January. The Blasting Room Studio, located in Fort Collins, Colorado, has been working with well-known bands from all corners of the globe. The studio has been recording and producing since 1994.

December 2017 security report

Oct. 22 Reckless driving Campus Safety documented a case of reckless driving in Parking Lot M.   Oct. 23 Injury A staff member reported having sustained an injury (unknown location on campus).   Oct. 23 Policy violation Campus Safety and deputies from Laramie County Sheriff’s Office assisted residence life staff with a policy violation at

Online training educates students on college safety

Laramie County Community College students are required to take sexual assault and drug abuse prevention training through an online training program called Not Anymore before registering for spring semester. Students are instructed to complete two Not Anymore online courses and receive at least a 70 percent on both quizzes presented after the training. Not Anymore

Duo Brasiliana and LCCC staff to perform concerts tomorrow

Laramie County Community College will be hosting concerts in November at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. The first concert will be Duo Brasiliana, a cello and piano duo. The duo will perform at 7 p.m. on Nov. 16. The second concert will be a staff recital held at 3 p.m. on Nov. 19. Both concerts are

LCCC receives Ellbogen grant

Laramie County Community College recently received the Ellbogen grant, an award to help high school students. The award will provide educational opportunities across Wyoming, and is totaled at $50,000 which will improve the LCCC’s GEAR UP program. This program will reach 2,500 students statewide.

Celebrate science at the Cheyenne Civic Center

Brain Candy Live! will perform at 7 p.m. on April 27 at the Cheyenne Civic Center. The show stars Adam Savage, Editor in Chief of Tested.com and former co-host of the Discovery series MythBusters, and Michael Stevens, creator of the YouTube channel Vsauce. The show will feature demonstrations of contraptions and tools in celebration of

Updates and policy changes for LCCC

The Laramie County Community College Board of Trustees met Oct. 18 to discuss the final plans for the Capital Campaign renovations, in-state tuition and a policy change regarding student misconduct. The board unanimously passed Planning Level II for the Fine Arts building and the Recreation and Athletics Complex. President Dr. Joe Schaffer explained on Oct.

Substantial amount of funds raised for cancer patients

The Halloween Bake Sale and Raffle at Laramie County Community College raised over $2,400 for the Curie Fund, a fund from the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Radiation Oncology Department that helps cancer patients who need financial help pay for utilities and school supplies.   Prizes were given out to the winners of the raffles, with

St. Marks Episcopal Church to host LCCC’s faculty recital

Laramie County Community College’s faculty and students will perform a recital on Nov. 19 at 3 p.m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. The literature in the recital will be personally handpicked by its performers.  According to Beth Kean, a vocal music instructor at LCCC, many performers work on three to 10 pieces and then decide

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