At a special commencement ceremony for first-generation college graduates, a dean gave a speech made up of nothing but questions.
For the second year in a row, Lamar Community College sophomore Nate Hoey will compete in the College National Finals Rodeo next month.
"It feels great to represent LCC and I hope to perform to my full potential in this year's CNFR," he said.
Although the end of the semester can be a stressful time for students, embracing the stress can help students deal with it better than trying to avoid it, a well-being expert argues.
The 1999 Columbine high school shooting spawned a generation of school shooters who tried to copy it, research shows.
Eboni Nash, a graduate of Eads High School, was honored at Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska, Tuesday with the school's 2019 Bronco Award. She is the daughter of Teresa Witte of Eads.
Nash was one of three students to receiving the award at the college's day-long "Celebration of Excellence" held April 30. Geena Piper of Norfolk, Nebraska, and Carly Spotts-Falzone of Wayzata, Minnesota, were also named as recipients.
Colorado students attending Hastings College were honored at the April 30, 2019, Celebration of Excellence.
Rayce Coen and James Moffett recognized for contributions to the success of their college and community.
Lamar Community College President Dr. Linda Lujan is one of 25 recipients from more than 500 eligible colleges.
Lamar Community College recently hosted the Lamar Community College Regional Future Farmers of America Career Development Events, featuring over 900 participants competing in 12 events across campus.
For a number of years, students from across Colorado and neighboring states gathered at LCC for a practice run prior to the upcoming State FFA Contest, and what began with fewer than 100 students has grown into the largest regional FFA contest in the state.
20 years ago, the script for a tragic new form of violence in schools was created in Colorado, setting a pattern used around the globe.