Student perseveres through fears to achieve success

Allison Frank, a Laramie County Community College student studying to be certified surgical technologist, explains what it was like to change majors from her first choice, veterinary medicine.   “I’m wanting to be a certified surgical technologist,” Frank said. “I’m also taking anatomy and physiology, too.”   Frank has no plans to further her education

Majoring in music is helping a student reach her goals

One of Laramie County Community College’s newest Golden Eagles for the 2018-19 academic year, Ingrid Taylor, made the decision to attend the college to give herself the opportunity to explore her future career options. Taylor, a first-year vocal performance music major, graduated from Cheyenne East High School in 2018. While at East, she played the

Louisiana native finding solace, fellowship within the cowboy state

Laramie County Community College offers a diverse community for a person to engage in. Booming with students between the ages 18 and 65, and faculty from all corners of the world and walks of life, LCCC is a place to get a degree, work and make new friends. Freshman Courtney Williams has found a new

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