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The Lookout | September 22, 2018

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‘Painted Ladies’ takes place in history

April 12, 2018 |

The spring dance concert “Painted Ladies” was staged at Dart Auditorium for the last time on Sunday, March 8, to a crowd of around 100 people.

The dances were themed around paintings … Read More

‘Zimmerman Arts Fund’ seeks entries

April 5, 2018 |

By Sarah Barney A&E Editor

With the aim of encouraging art students, the annual “Eric H. Zimmerman Arts Fund Competition” will be accepting submissions on Wednesday, April 18.

Submitted artwork should be brought to the LCC Foundation office in Washington … Read More

Drummers bang up a storm at Dart

March 30, 2018 |

By Sarah Barney A&E Editor The thundering noise of 19 drummers, led by Mike Daniels, filled Dart Auditorium during “La Batterie” on Sunday, March 25.

The drummers, known as The Bash Battalion, played pieces such as “Valhalla” and “Thunder … Read More

Anime fans unite at local convention

March 30, 2018 |

By Aaron Wilton Editor in Chief Lansing’s very own Shuto Con packs every dedicated fan of anime and Japanese culture into the Lansing Center and the downtown Radisson Hotel.

This year Shuto Con ran from March 23 through 25 … Read More

Entrepreneurs dive in LCC’s ‘Star Tank’

March 29, 2018 |

By Ashlee Buhler Associate Editor

The west campus auditorium was the site of the annual “Star Tank” event March 29, hosted by the LCC American Marketing Association.

Eight student entrepreneurs went head to head, pitching their business ideas to … Read More

Hot bats lead Stars softball squad

March 29, 2018 |

Defense wins championships.

The LCC softball team’s last doubleheader featured championship-caliber defense, as well as some outstanding offense.

The Stars faced off against the Muskegon Jayhawks at home on March … Read More

Social media to blame for ‘fake news’

March 29, 2018 |

By Sarah Barney A & E Editor

“American teenager who killed Muslim refugee for raping his 7-year-old sister sentenced to 30 years in prison!” claimed the headline above a viral video on Facebook recently.

The video, which at one point … Read More

LCC, community ‘Grow with Google’

March 15, 2018 |

By Aaron Wilton Editor in Chief

LCC’s Gannon Building became the site of the third major Grow with Google event on Friday and Saturday, March 9 and 10.

“Grow with Google: Lansing” was a free two-day demonstration and workshop event … Read More

Students visit Holocaust Memorial

March 15, 2018 |

On the last day before spring break, Friday, March 2, five sociology students and instructor Lori Hale traveled to the outer suburbs of Detroit to attend a performance of “The Diary of Anne … Read More

Success drives 2018 LCC softball squad

March 15, 2018 |

By Brodee Gillam Sports Editor

42-15-1 overall record. 28-4 in the MCCAA West. MCCAA Western Conference Champions.

MCCAA State Champions. NJCAA District I Champions. A seventh-place finish in the NJCAA Division II Softball World Series.

LCC’s softball Stars checked all … Read More