NATIONAL CHAMPS: Women’s cross country team earns 2015 title... November 20, 2015 | Nikki Nicolaou
THE HEAT IS ON: LCC Firefighter training includes controlled burns... November 20, 2015 | Nikki Nicolaou
LCC’s DMAC program calls for lights, camera, action... November 20, 2015 | Nikki Nicolaou
All sizes of beauty focus of fashion show... November 20, 2015 | Nikki Nicolaou
Jaimie Bozack A&E Editor
Heroes, villains, wicked stepmothers, an innocent heroine and more will play a part in William Shakespeare’s “Cymbeline,” presented by the LCC theatre department and directed by Mary Job.
“Cymbeline,” will be held in LCC’s Black Box …
Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief
Some authors use inspiration from their lives to build the characters for the worlds they create. LCC professor Vaughn Vowels, 59, did this to write his book, “A Fall in Bark River.”
The book, published …
Let’s get one thing straight before I begin, this column is in no way meant to discount the effort and the solidarity shown by students at the University of Missouri over the continued racial issues on …
Shelby Schueller News Editor
LCC student Dillon Gorden enjoys computers, sound design and playing with his band “Lights and Caves” in concerts around the Lansing area.
In late August, Gorden, 24, received a call saying he won first place for …