LCCC needs to bolster student experiences during pandemic

It may take weeks, months, or even years for LCCC to look like its former self. Not worrying about social distancing, masks and hand sanitizing is something that will probably never go away, at least to some degree. Covid-19 has changed education the way September 11, 2001 changed the airline industry. LCCC is doing what

Cheyenne’s Downtown Murals

  When you think of Cheyenne, the first thing that probably comes to mind is Cheyenne Frontier Days: The western-themed celebration has operated for more than 120 years, and the downtown area is decorated to reflect that era. But some officials, residents, and artists would like to see Cheyenne expand its diversification and join more

Tornadoes provide thrills, but saving lives is the real reason we brave the storms

On June 12th, 2017, forecasters expected one of the worst tornado outbreaks to hit portions of southeast Wyoming, northern Colorado and western Nebraska in more than 30 years.   It was also the first time in history that a Particularly Dangerous Situation Tornado Watch had been issued for these areas, which sounds as bad as it

LCCC students struggle with juggling between being a student and being a parent.

Having kids and going to school can be a challenge. Being a dad to two boys (7 and 1), I know there is more to a class schedule than simply “what time is class?” What time to leave the house, who will watch the kids, how much will childcare cost, where will the kids be

LCCC athletes crushed after virus cancels spring seasons

The spring season for the Laramie County Community College rodeo team just getting started before it was canceled because of COVID-19. “It was something that was very hard to hear, ”said rodeo athlete Ian McGivney. “I was really bummed out and felt bad for my coaches and teammates as well. We were just getting into

Counselors calls for students to reach out if feeling isolated, depressed or stressed

Melissa Goertz, a counselor at LCCC, wants students to know that they can reach out to the office at any time, even when they are no longer on campus. “If students are feeling overwhelmed or stressed out please… just reach out to them and make an appointment,” Goertz said.  As of right now, all the

Choir disappointed that once in a lifetime trip canceled by COVID-19

In March during Spring break, the LCCC Cantorei was set to perform for the Choirs of America at the Lincoln Center in New York City. Just a couple days before they left, administrators reluctantly canceled the trip as news reports began to surface of the infection ravaging the famous city. This trip was supposed to

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