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The Lookout | January 25, 2020

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Board makes strides in president quest

January 17, 2020 |

By Robin Morales Associate Editor The LCC Board of Trustees hosted two sessions of public discussion on Jan. 16 to evaluate the most important goals and attributes for the college’s next president. Facilitated in the Gannon Building’s Michigan Room … Read More

‘LAND’ contest showcases LCC writers

January 17, 2020 |

By Shauna Stocken Editor in Chief The Michigan Community College Association promoted partnership between 28 community colleges through the 35th annual Liberal Arts Network for Development (LAND) creative writing competition. LCC English professor and coordinator for the creative writing program … Read More

Gannon testing center getting facelift

January 17, 2020 |

By Robin Morales Associate Editor A new construction project, centered on the testing center in the Gannon Building, began during the holiday break and is expected to become the sole location on campus for student testing services. “We’ve had … Read More

LCC women trim Glen Oaks at home

January 17, 2020 |

By Julie Newell Sports/Photo Editor The energy was high for the LCC women’s basketball team Wednesday, Jan. 15 against Glen Oaks Community College, when the Stars fought to the last second for a 55-54 win. The win moved the Stars’ … Read More

Acting class stages ‘Almost Maine’

December 17, 2019 |

By Ali WilliamsA&E Editor

Students in LCC’s Beginning Acting Studio class performed “Almost, Maine” on Dec. 13 and 14 in the Gannon Building’s Black Box Theatre.

“Almost, Maine” was written by John Cariani and was directed by LCC’s Andy Callis. … Read More

Cooley Stadium lights up for holidays

December 11, 2019 |

Maddy WarrenStaff Writer

During the month of December, Cooley Law School Stadium opens its doors for something other than baseball.

The “Holiday Lights Stadium Style” exhibit take place each Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 … Read More

Student juggles her job, studies, family

December 10, 2019 |

By Chloe GreggStaff Writer

Ella Fisher of Perry is busier than the average freshman college student. She has a full week of classes at LCC, a part-time job, and helps her parents take care of all four of her younger … Read More

‘Silver Bells’ event lights up Lansing

December 5, 2019 |

By Robin Morales Associate Editor Innumerable thousands of city residents braved the sub-30 temperatures and lined the sidewalks of downtown Lansing Nov. 22 for the 35th annual Silver Bells in the City parade. High school marching bands, local radio stations, … Read More

Students display talents at StarScapes

December 5, 2019 |

By Ali Williams A&E Editor Students presented research from their classes and other projects at LCC’s StarScapes Nov. 25 and 26. StarScapes is an “Innovation and Creativity Showcase,” according to LCC’s website. All students or groups of students are able … Read More

Artists recap 400 years of black history

December 5, 2019 |

By Robin Morales Associate Editor The thundering sound of hand drums filled Dart Auditorium Dec. 3 to begin the final celebratory event, “Trials, Triumphs and Trailblazers,” in LCC’s recognition of the “400 years of African-American History Commission Act.” The concert … Read More