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The Lookout | May 28, 2016

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The staff of The Lookout newspaper earns first-place journalism award

May 25, 2016 |

The staff of The Lookout, LCC’s official newspaper, earned a first-place award in the 2015-16 American Scholastic Press Association’s annual competition.

The competition includes high school and college newspapers and yearbooks from all over the United States. The Lookout won … Read More

LCC softballers advances to nationals on walk-off homer by freshman Piron

May 18, 2016 |

By Aaron Emerson For The Lookout

For the first time since 2008, the LCC softball team is headed to the NJCAA Division II Championship, thanks to a storybook ending in the district title game.

After starting the NJCAA District I … Read More

LCC Board of Trustees members share their opinions, reflects on events

May 18, 2016 |

By Aaron Wilton Staff Writer

LCC Provost Richard Prystowsky gave an update on the Guided Pathways program during the LCC Board of Trustees’ regular meeting Monday, May 16.

Guided Pathways is an LCC program that helps students understand the courses … Read More

Advertising manager bids farewell

May 5, 2016 |

Lurah Peterson Ad Manager

This is not my first time writing a column, but this is my first and last time writing one for The Lookout. When I was younger, I would write about what was happening in my life … Read More

Gannon talks about beginnings

April 29, 2016 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief

The year was 1957.  Elvis was tearing up the Billboard charts.  Russia had just launched Sputnik into space. The first Frisbee was produced. And a 34-year-old man named Philip Gannon was starting a community college … Read More

Fostering STARS Program enlightens

April 29, 2016 |

Shelby Schueller Associate Editor

May is National Foster Care Awareness month and LCC’s Fostering STARS Program, which became active in August 2015, exists to help foster care youth succeed not only in school, but in life.

According to J. … Read More

Olds Museum a Lansing treasure

April 29, 2016 |

Aaron Wilton Staff Writer

From REO Town and Lansing’s baseball stadium, to several city streets and roads across mid-Michigan and the name of a 1980s rock group, the name of Ransom Eli Olds is everywhere.

His memory has lived on … Read More

‘Improv!’ to bring comic relief to LCC

April 29, 2016 |

Jaimie Bozack A&E Editor

What do a pitchfork, snow and a radio have in common? Well, nothing at all.

LCC students will find a way to combine items like those above during Improv! directed by Andy Callis.

Improv! … Read More

Playoffs in sight as for baseball squad

April 29, 2016 |

Rich Schenck Sports Editor

The stakes are high in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association after the LCC baseball team split its doubleheader on the road against Mott CC (4-10 MCCAA, 10-19 overall) April 28.

The Stars lost game one … Read More

Paws and people take a walk on the wild side for annual Woofer Walk

April 29, 2016 |

Jaimie Bozack A&E Editor

Come take a walk on the wild side during the seventh annual Woofer Walk and 5K on Saturday, May 16.

The walk begins at 11 a.m. at the Michigan State University Auditorium, 542 Auditorium Road in … Read More