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

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

Spidey senses say Spider-Man leaving MCU will hurt Marvel

This summer we have been graced with two history changing movies with Avengers Endgame and Spider-Man Far From Home. With the epic conclusion of Endgame, Sony and Marvel needed to set their sights on the future of the MCU and, from the looks of it, Spider-Man was going to be the answer to the long

Closing darkroom a loss for college

The spring semester is almost over and what a wild semester it’s been, but this semester a class has changed something about myself… I’ve found out that I enjoy film photography. Film photography obviously uses a darkroom to develop film. Film photography (for those who live under a rock) is what I like to call

Great advice to help you get a job

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

Military has a sexual assault problem

What do you think about when you reflect on the military? Do you have thoughts of security and hope? How about thoughts of positivity and pride? Often times we associate the military with these qualities because we appreciate what service members pledged to do for the United States, but there are issues within the system

Closing darkroom a loss for college

The spring semester is almost over and what a wild semester it’s been, but this semester a class has changed something about myself… I’ve found out that I enjoy film photography. Film photography obviously uses a darkroom to develop film. Film photography (for those who live under a rock) is what I like to call

Editor says one last goodbye

If you don’t have emotions or enjoy living life with feelings, this piece isn’t for you. So, “thank you, next.”   I have been at Laramie County Community College for the past two years, and on May 18, I’ll be walking the stage at commencement and leaving LCCC for good. This is just a soap

Top 10 songs released in 2019 that should be added to your summer playlists

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

Being a military brat shaped who I am

Behind every soldier is a force, one they protect, serve, and die for. One they leave behind. One that takes just as much in adversities. I am very proud to call myself a military brat. My dad served in the United States Air Force for more than 20 years before retiring in 2004. A military

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