Humans of LCSC

Caysie McGinness and Cassondra Manske

January 31, 2020

Valarie James: “I remember the last time I cried like it was yesterday, but it was actually three years ago. My great grandmother had a stroke. We took her to the hospital in Spokane where she stayed for quite a bit of time. A...

Humans of LCSC: Issue 5

Humans of LCSC: Issue 5

October 4, 2019

Humans of LCSC: Yaritza Ornelas

Elaine Baez, Guest Reporter

September 6, 2019

Yaritza Ornelas: “It was supposed to be one of the most beautiful and memorable moments that I would ever experience, but I felt terrified. My heart was pumping out of control. I felt my breath catching, and the tears were f...

Humans of LCSC: Taylor Grossi

Josie Riccomini, Guest Reporter

September 6, 2019

Taylor Grossi: “I used to have horses when I lived in California. I got to travel around California and Texas competing in rodeos. I got my start when I was only 11 years old. At age 14 some troubles came up, and I had to lea...

Humans of LCSC: Tracie Sultz

Claire Vincent, Writer

April 30, 2019

Tracie Shultz: “My name is Tracie Shultz. When I was born, my grandmother told my mom to make sure my name was spelled as T-R-A-C-I-E and not as T-R-A-C-Y. She believed the name Tracy with a “y” at the end was meant for...

Humans of LCSC: Andrea Schmecker

April 22, 2019

Andrea Schmecker: When I was 12 years old, I was nearly paralyzed in a tubing accident. It was a cold and snowy day. It was an event for my church, and it was a lot of fun until the accident. I had my turn going down the hill...

Humans of LCSC: Tanner Landrus

Dan Blake, Writer

April 12, 2019

Tanner Landrus: “I first met the girl who would become my future girlfriend on the first day of seventh grade. We were both in band class together, and I sat next to her. We never spoke too much at first, but over time we began...

Humans of LCSC

David Claiborne, Writer

April 12, 2019

Alfonso Davalos: There are many things in this world that attract people’s attention, but for me, I am attracted to the stunning beauty of Europe. I wish that one day I would be able to walk the streets of a Rome being able...

Humans of LCSC