My Story Archives

My name is Laura St. Preux and I'm in my second semester here at Luzerne County Community College. I transferred here in the spring of 2014 and at more

It's not often you come across someone who truly loves their job. On any given weekday morning, many Americans begrudgingly drag themselves out of more

Mary Majewski '86 and Jennifer Clarke '91 really know their audience. Of course, they have been working with this audience for more than 20 years. more

State Correctional Institution - Retreat is a mammoth concrete facility laced with concertina wire and protected by steel gates. It can be found on more

Mary Jo Raughley, a 2005 graduate of Luzerne County Community College, has been named the new head coach of LCCC's woman's softball team for the more

Tommy "McFly" Pavlick '06, a Washington, D.C. radio personality and Luzerne County Community College alumnus, recently addressed the Class of 2013 at more

Sometimes people need a push in the right direction to succeed. Bette Cox Saxton '98 tries to help people every day overcome barriers every day, more

There's something to be said about following your dreams. Former LCCC professor, alumnus, head instructor of The Ani Art Academy Waichulis and more

For Donna Bigoski Caruso, Luzerne County Community College had a great effect on her career outlook, now she is making great effects on the tourism more

As a student at Dallas High School, Don Godleski enjoyed his studies, friends, and playing football, but as he started reaching the end of his high more

Dave Bonawits is a video editor, filmmaker, and musician currently living in Atlanta, Georgia. He has directed eight short films in the past seven more

Nikki M. Mascali's passion has always been to write. "I love reading newspapers and magazines and wanted to write for one," Mascali says. "I love more

Stephen Swicklik, a lifelong resident of Nanticoke, Pa, grew up with Luzerne County Community College in his neighborhood. He chose to attend college more

"If it wasn't for Luzerne County Community College, I wouldn't have gone to college and I wouldn't be where I am today." Sue Unvarsky '86, more

Belinda Coulibaly, age 19, has experienced two different worlds. Born in Manhattan, Kansas, Coulibaly grew up here in America until age four. That's more

In his heart Chris White '77 knew he wanted to create art. White developed his interest in art from his father, an avid sketcher. After graduating more

Journalism major, Katie Tobias, is late once again to her 9am copy editing class. This isn't the first time and most definitely won't be the last more

Located 50 miles south of the Canadian border, on the edge of the Bearpaw and Little Rocky Mountains, Anita Masaitis, RDH, DMD., '82, takes a deep more

Seventeen hundred feet below the surface in West Virginia and five miles deep into a mine tunnel, the lights went out for Laurie Cywinski, '91. more

Thomas Druby had choices. As a member of the Abe's Hot Dogs family, Druby could have gone into the family business. Instead, his affection for more

Jason Gogola and Tim Martarano work towards entrepreneurial success with the knowledge and relationships they forged during their time in LCCC's Web more

Matthew Singer Hometown: Hanover Township, PA Major: Journalism/ Communications Why I chose to attend LCCC: Like most high school students, I more

My name is Kimberly Reigert, Class of '09, and this is my story. Neither of my parents finished high school. My father was practically illiterate and more

Christine Stevens- Slacktish '90 knew she wanted to go to college, but felt it would be difficult to afford. "I'm a country girl," she says. "I more