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


LCCC works to provide meals for many

Everyone loves sweets, but to diabetics, it could be disastrous if they eat food with processed sugars. Gluten is a problem for others. Some are allergic to peanuts. Even others can’t eat dairy products. There’s also those who choose to have dietary restrictions, as they are vegetarians or vegans. All this is why the Laramie

“Twelve Angry Jurors”

The 1957 movie, “Twelve Angry Men,” will soon be readapted to fit a more diverse cast in Laramie County Community College’s theatre department’s production of “Twelve Angry Jurors.” The story takes place after the trial of a 19-year-old man accused of the fatal stabbing of his father, said Brielle Bristol, the stage manager of the

Friendships formed over the undead

On an otherwise quiet Friday night on the LCCC campus, is usually spent doing homework, Antony Andrikopoulus and Shawn Smith found themselves trying to survive in a world overcome by zombies. The LCCC Tabletop Gaming club, which started rolling in early September, introduced their first role-playing game event on Oct. 11th with “Last Night on

Muddlin head to Ludden

Laramie County Community College offers many resources on campus to the students, but there is one resource some students do not take advantage of as they are unaware of all the services available to them, which is the Ludden Library. According to Paula Badgett, who is one of the main librarians and whose focus is

LCCC hopes to add Bachelor programs

Exciting changes are coming to Laramie County Community College in the coming year. Last year a bill that allows Wyoming community colleges to provide a limited number of bachelor degree programs was passed. LCCC and Central Wyoming Community College are both in the process of adding advanced degree programs. The bill only allows a limited

Training for top jobs

A tall white pole with the wings of a plane can change the future of energy production by using the wind. Laramie County Community College offers a degree in wind energy to help this. Wind turbines can be seen across the state of Wyoming. They have been a bit of a controversial subject on whether

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

Golden Eagles finish home season with loss to Trinidad State Junior College

The Laramie County Community College men’s basketball team fell short in its last home game of the season, losing to Trinidad State Junior College 92-81.   The Golden Eagles had four players in double-digits. Sophomore guard Elijah Oliver led the team with 20 points and 8 rebounds. Sophomore guard Da’Zhon Wyche scored 18 points, while

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