Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue set date to get jazzy at the Civic Center

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue will be performing at the Cheyenne Civic Center on Jan. 31. Troy Andrews, also known as Trombone Shorty, plays a mix of jazz, hip hop, and heritage music. Andrews is coming to Cheyenne as part of a tour to promote his ninth album, “Parking Lot Symphony.” Andrews has played with


Laramie County Community College has eliminated the STATWAY sequence of developmental math courses. Elhadji Gaye, a mathematics instructor at LCCC, said in an email to the college staff that the pathway was cut due to low enrollment. Gaye also said that the full STATWAY sequence was only offered once. “We’ve confirmed that students will not

Be advised at your own risk

I started studying at LCCC in 2014, and I want to throw my story in with all the other students who were lost in the tornado of campus life. Though it has gotten a lot better, during my first few semesters here I had no sense of direction on this campus. The Advising Center at

LCCC theatre program receives multiple awards for “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later”

Laramie County Community College’s theatre program will be performing “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The program has received awards from the Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival. Solveig Gasner was awarded with Meritorious Achievement in Scenic Design, Rachel Abernathy and Alexander Soden with Meritorious Achievement in Lighting

Recover Wyoming to host addiction and recovery support group meetings at LCCC

Recover Wyoming is hosting peer-led support group meetings for Laramie County Community College students and members of the Cheyenne community that are recovering or wanting to recover from addiction. The meetings are at 2 p.m. on Nov. 14, Nov. 28 and Dec. 12 in the College Community Center (CCC) building, room 179. For more information,

Scholarships students might not be aware of

While there are many scholarships available to Laramie County Community College students, some might not be aware of them. Two scholarships at LCCC are the Presidential Scholarship and the Dean’s Scholarship. The Presidential Scholarship is available for graduating high school seniors who earned a 3.5 GPA or above at the end of their junior year.

‘Trees’ take root in the Fine Arts Gallery

  A strange forest has grown inside Laramie County Community College. The Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery at LCCC is hosting the exhibit “Trees” by Stephanie Kantor, a ceramics artist and current Resident Artist at RedLine in Denver. The exhibit will be in the gallery until Dec. 4. “Trees” features abstract, plant-like sculptures

Destiny 2 outshines the first

In 2014, the developer of the Halo game series, Bungie, gave gamers an original and interesting online-only game: Destiny. The game takes place in a futuristic universe where the gamer play as  a Guardian, a space-traveling soldier that uses powers given to them by a mysterious god-like machine known as the Traveler. Guardians fight off

Obituary: Ron Bailey

Former Director of Campus Security Ron Bailey, 75,  died Oct. 20 after a battle with cancer. Bailey was born in Chicago on Dec. 9, 1941. After graduating high school in 1961, he enlisted in the United States Air Force as a member of the Air Police. Bailey served on bases in Germany, Iceland, Canada, and

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