Students thankful they still have jobs at LCCC

The corona virus or COVID-19 has changed the lives of students at Laramie County Community College, especially those who are student workers. As the college is now virtual, the change means students need to work remotely. For Samantha Hensley, however, this is tougher. Hensley works with Frank Cook and Beth Kean in the music department

Women’s History Month highlights impact women have had on LCCC’s Legacy

March is known not only as a celebration of those of Irish descent but also it is the month of “National Women’s History.” Laramie County Community College is celebrating this month with an event after spring break. The event includes screenings of movies that showcase women in history and will take place March 24. Olivia

Logging Roads and College Paths

Logging roads are full of rocks that sink deep into mud. That mud hardens over time, imprisoning the rocks for the rest of their days. Perhaps out of spite, they seize an opportunity to trip up hikers who stub their toe and trip. Older students such as myself are faced with these rocks, and each

Friendships formed over the undead

On an otherwise quiet Friday night on the LCCC campus, is usually spent doing homework, Antony Andrikopoulus and Shawn Smith found themselves trying to survive in a world overcome by zombies. The LCCC Tabletop Gaming club, which started rolling in early September, introduced their first role-playing game event on Oct. 11th with “Last Night on

Muddlin head to Ludden

Laramie County Community College offers many resources on campus to the students, but there is one resource some students do not take advantage of as they are unaware of all the services available to them, which is the Ludden Library. According to Paula Badgett, who is one of the main librarians and whose focus is

Local Author Day Creates a World to Read

Unless one is an author themselves, they cannot understand the excitement when entering the world of authors. Such was Local Author Day at the Laramie County Library in Cheyenne WY, on September 14, 2019. For a third time this year, the Laramie County Library has opened its doors to reach out to local authors. It

Series ends in a Splintering Success

“If desires could change hearts, then he had enough to make every wrong in the world right.” “Protecting the Poor,” is the third and final book in the series, “Tales of Faith” by author Amanda Tero. Very sad to hear this is the last book in the series, but I know Tero will continue to

Tero “Scores” high in “Wedding Score”

‘“Still waiting on God’s timing.” The pat answer came with ease. I’d only given it like every day for the past ten years. “Just you wait. Some guy is out there and will totally sweep you off your feet.” “I grinned. “Sure…’” “What’s up with all these couples who think they’re responsible to find a

Creepy but Classic

As October rolls in, that is when you start seeing books, movies, or items in stores that are creepy. When people think of the month October, most think of Halloween. Or if you are a hunter and love adventure then it is the beginning of hunting season for rifle…but that is besides the point. There

Laramie County Library presents Local Author Day

Laramie County Library will be celebrating its third year of an event that focuses on local authors. Local Author Day was started back in September of 2017. This year, it is celebrated on Saturday, Sept 14th. According to Robin Papaleka who is the Adult Programming Specialist for the Library, they are expecting a number of

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