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

Rediscover LCCC Scholarship helps 100 students back into school

A pilot program to provide scholarship money to former Laramie County Community College students who want to return to school has been well received after launching last year, the college’s president said. The Rediscover LCCC program is funded from three sources.  President Dr. Joe Schaffer said that an estate donation has been applied to helping

Gubernatorial candidates give their ideas to help fund higher education

Wyoming voters will be electing a new governor in November.  Where that newly elected governor stands on higher education will impact the citizens of Wyoming.  Mary Throne, the Democratic candidate; Mark Gordon, the Republican candidate; and Lawrence Struempf, the Libertarian candidate, all have their own platforms, but they share some views on how to best

Applying education to career fields

Students Working in their field Laramie County Community College offers ways to begin your career while earning a degree. Megan Davis, an LCCC freshman,  graduated from East High School in Cheyenne.  Davis works at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center as a Certified Nurse’s Assistant. Her hours are from 7:00 p.m. -1:00 a.m., and she said she

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