Wingspan Weekly: Looking at the Spring play and this weeks events

[embedyt]   This week, we take look at Club Rush, Black History Month, this week’s Board of Trustees Meeting, the upcoming play The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, and this months print issue of Wingspan.

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

Wingspan earns a first-place honor in best scholastic newspaper for the 28th year in a row

Laramie County Community College’s student media organization, Wingspan, received 20 awards from three national journalism organizations during the spring 2018 semester. Wingspan was honored with a first-place award for best scholastic newspaper by the American Scholastic Press Association. This marks the 28th year in a row that Wingspan has won this honor. Wingspan also was

New 24-hour technical support system open

Laramie County Community College added a new 24 hour portal for students and employees to get technical support. LCCC Chief Technology Officer Chad Marley said what is supported won’t change. If students or employees have questions on topics such as technical issues on campus, software they need to use, or college accounts, they can now

College lays out plan to procure WyoTech

Laramie County Community College released a plan to acquire Laramie-based WyoTech with the release of a prospectus. The prospectus outlines the support the college will need in both the short term and long term from the state, Albany County and the city of Laramie, and WyoTech’s current owner. Albany County Campus Associate Vice President Brady

New program ignites business opportunities

Laramie County Community College offers students and Cheyenne community members an entrepreneurship certificate program to learn how to start a business. The program is a four-course certificate program headed by Minden Fox, a Laramie County Community College marketing instructor. The program is overseen by LCCC Business Chairperson Jeffrey Shmidl, and the business department may add

Staff of the Year awards to be announced May 4

Laramie County Community College Staff Senate is going to award two LCCC employees with the Staff of the Year award. The award recognizes employees who make outstanding contributions. Staff members are encouraged to fill out the nomination forms, e-mailed to them by the Staff Senate, before Friday, March 30. In this way, the process is

Wide variety of art to be displayed at the Student Art Exhibition

The Laramie County Community College Student Art Exhibition will open with a reception, including food and drinks, at noon on April 11 at the Esther & John Clay Fine Arts Gallery. Student’s artwork can be viewed 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday until May 5. “Since artworks can be submitted until April 4,

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