Since 2005, the Friday’s on the Plaza has been the go-to event in Cheyenne every summer. Starting June 7 to Aug. 30, there will be a variety of 26 bands and artists, and seven of those are local. There will also be a few dates not on Friday, called Fridays Extended. There will be two
As the college closes out on the spring semester, some of you might be heading to other colleges or universities, and some are looking to apply for jobs or internships, like what I’m doing. Since some of us are planning on getting jobs after graduation, I’ve decided to make a “helpful” guide on how to
The anthropology program at Laramie County Community College is on hiatus because of low demand from students, low graduation numbers and a low transfer rate. The hiatus will be going on through the 2019-20 academic catalog year. Bryan Wilson, dean of Math and Sciences, gave insight on the plans for the future of the Anthropology
The music department has big plans as the spring 2019 semester closes out. Frank Cook, the instrumental music instructor, and Beth Kean, the vocal instructor, both give insight on the big plans they have for the final weeks of the semester. Cook said the upcoming instrumental concert will be themed “America.” “The wind symphony will
Since summer is almost around the corner I’ve decided to tell you the top 10 songs, released in 2019, that you should add to your summer playlist. I will also be linking Spotify and YouTube playlist links I made for summer playlists. Bad Guy by Billie Eilish “Bad Guy” is packed with bass and
Laramie County Community College’s Dean of Arts and Humanities Daniel Powell has left to further his career after working at the college for four years. Powell said that he’s going to Northwest Vista College located in San Antonio, Texas, to be the vice president of academic success. “It’s a chief academic officer position,” Powell said.
On March 28, the Laramie County Community College Student Government Association hosted a student forum where students shared their concerns and experiences with the college to SGA and the administration. The biggest concern many students shared was the lack of parking and if any new parking would be added in the near future.
Adam Keizer, the new Career Services coordinator at Laramie County Community College, said he has major goals that he hopes to achieve and offered insight on how his experiences will help him in the future. Keizer said that the Guided Pathways initiative will help students be well informed about the pathway they choose and
The Laramie County Community College Foundation recently announced that it has received an estate gift worth $2,482,900 from Lois C. Mottonen, who passed away in December of 2017. The money will fund two different programs for business students: Rediscover LCCC scholarships, which helps students over 25 who don’t have a post-secondary credential, and the Center
Judy Hay, vice president of Student Services and Title IX coordinator, has been at Laramie County Community College for six and a half years now, and she’s retiring. Hay said she lived in eastern Montana before working for LCCC. She used to have a private tutoring business for K-12 students with learning disabilities, and she