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The Lookout | May 27, 2020

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Editorial: We didn’t pay for online

April 29, 2020 |

By The Lookout Student StaffThe fight for affordable college tuition has a new battleground as students across the country demand a partial refund for their semester of mandated online learning.

The members of The Lookout staff are among those students … Read More

Four finalists for president are named

April 28, 2020 |

By Robin MoralesAssociate Editor

LCC released the names of four final candidates in the presidential search April 27 after an unnamed fifth candidate dropped out, according to LCC Board Chair Lawrence Hidalgo Jr.

The four finalists are: Elaine Collins, president … Read More

Review: ‘Crip Camp’ tells human story

April 27, 2020 |

Five stars out of five

By Robin MoralesAssociate Editor

“Crip Camp” is a monumental documentary about a summer camp called Jened, the “crippled” teenagers and young adults who became a family there, and the civil rights revolution they started.

Released … Read More

Sports hosts surviving without sports

April 24, 2020 |

By Maddy WarrenStaff Writer

Shortly after the NCAA announced the cancellation of its men’s and women’s March Madness basketball tournaments due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the rest of the sports world followed.

Lansing State Journal sports columnist Graham Couch and … Read More

Radio host finds new opportunities

April 23, 2020 |

By Ali WilliamsA&E Editor

The host of LCC Radio’s “Lansing Loud & Local” has decided to go virtual and host her show on Instagram Live.

Sarah Spohn has been the host of her show since 2017 and goes on air … Read More

Ramp approved by city planning board

April 23, 2020 |

By Robin MoralesAssociate Editor

The Lansing Planning Board and LCC reached an agreement April 7 and approved the college’s plans to construct a new parking structure across from the University Center.

According to LCC President Dr. Brent Knight, it is … Read More

Officials reinventing formal education

April 23, 2020 |

By Shauna StockenEditor in Chief

As universities and colleges closed across the country in March, LCC was able to keep many of its employees working from remote locations.

According to an email sent April 21 by LCC President … Read More

Scholarships to be honored next year

April 23, 2020 |

By Julie NewellSports/Photo Editor

As the COVID-19 quarantine continues and the future remains uncertain, LCC continues to do everything it can to help its students in any way.

“The NJCAA is not charging student-athletes at LCC who participated in … Read More

Online-only classes set for summer

April 22, 2020 |

By Robin MoralesAssociate Editor

LCC opened registration for the summer semester April 20 and will conduct all courses online in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“(The decision) was really about making sure that we were practicing the best social … Read More