Games Corner | Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

In this 1961 dystopian sci-fi game, Nazis control the world. Developer Machinegames and publisher Bethesda take us back to the dual-wielding, mecha fighting, rebellious world of Wolfenstein in “Wolfenstein II The New Colossus.” The game is just like it is advertised. “If you’re a Nazi, GTFO.” Story Wolfenstein II follows the events of the previous

The stars are falling, don’t chase them

2016 was a weird year, but as 2017 comes to a close, it seems that this year has been even more surreal. This year has been a disruption to the status quo: A nontraditional president, more prevalent natural disasters, civil unrest, and Hollywood stars falling from grace. People have come forward with sexual misconduct and

The Food Pantry will return to LCCC in the spring of 2018

More students will soon be able to get help from the Laramie County Community College Pantry thanks to efforts by the Student Engagement and Diversity Office. The group of students, staff and faculty members is moving the food bank, and bringing in more food for students. “When we’re up and fully running, it will be

Post Capital Campaign Election Results Interviews

Wingspan hosted a full election broadcast coverage of the Capital Campaign Elections results at 8 p.m. MT on spectrum 191 in Laramie County on Nov. 8th. We interviewed President Dr. Joe Schaffer, Board Chair of Trustees, Carol Merrell, and the Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities, Daniel Powell on their reactions to the

LCCC hosts Annual Flag Raising Ceremony outside Administration Building

Laramie County Community College hosted its annual Flag Raising Ceremony this morning at 8:15 a.m. outside of the Administration Building. Kevin Yarbrough, Program Assistant/Interpreter, Disability Support Services and James Miller, Interim Dean of Student Life were guest speakers. Chief Master Sergeant, Exie Brown from the WY Air Guard performed the National Anthem. Rosa Lomonaco presented

Capital Campaign election results

Laramie County voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected a bond that would have gone toward improving LCCC’s Fine Arts Building, Recreation and Athletics Center and residence halls. Of people who cast ballots, 58.78 percent voted against the bond, and 41.22 percent voted for it. The approximately $29.5 million bond would have gone toward improvements at LCCC

Games Corner | Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

Fall season is game season. All the AAA game titles bombard the psyche of gamers around the world. While some games get center attention, others fall into obscurity. “Wait, that game came out? Didn’t hear about it.” Developer Ninja Theory’s Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is one of those games that was lost in the shuffle. Originally

Living with Depression

Pessimism: When disappointment doesn’t surprise you. Living with depression, for me, has made this a way of life. Whether that disappointment comes from something that I was excited about, or something that just didn’t pan out, pessimism has become a security blanket that assures me I’m never wrong for doubting. If I’m never surprised or

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