SGA elections slated for Sept. 29
SFAC allocations up from last year
The Student Government Association is holding its fall elections Sept. 29
Danielle Saulsberry, SGA advisor, said that as of Tuesday, Sept. 21, there had been 10-12 applications submitted. Students can vote on Eagle’s Eye, where they can also find information about the applicants. The application process closed Friday, Sept. 23.
- SGA elections slated for Sept. 29
- SGA deadline to file for election Sept. 23
- SGA elects members to office chairs
- Wingspan soars at nationals
- College tuition raises $6 per credits
- Course substitution procedure formalized
- Food pantry needs student help
- College adopts new Approved Absence Procedure
- SGA: Funds request held in closed session
- College hosts unique fabric artist
- Clay watercolor exhibit coming in June
- Photography workshop says cheese at College
- Speech contest still open to students
- College 'pops' up concert
- Theater instructor receives directing award
for fall play
Artist stitches unique works of art
Fiber artist Lea McComas will bring her artwork to the Laramie County Community College campus for an exhibit in the Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery.
The Lea McComas art series presentation will begin at 7 p.m. on Sept. 19 in the Science Center building, room 121, and will be directly followed by the opening of her gallery show titled “A Stitch in Time: Moments Captured in Fabric and Thread” and a reception. The presentation, exhibit and reception are all free to the public and no reservations are needed. The gallery is open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday, from Sept. 19-Oct. 7.