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The Lookout | December 7, 2019

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‘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

Potter Park light show marks 25th year

December 3, 2019 |

By Shauna StockenEditor in Chief

Among familiar animal encounters, Lansing’s Potter Park Zoo is illuminated in thousands of lights for the 25th annual “Wonderland of Lights” event. 

In addition to regular business hours, “Wonderland of Lights” runs each Thursday … Read More

‘Upward Bound’ sculpture unveiled

November 27, 2019 |

By Shauna StockenEditor in Chief

LCC hosted the official unveiling of its newest sculpture, “Upward Bound,” Nov. 22 on the main campus, followed by a ribbon-cutting, reception and dedication.

The sculpture, located on the hill in the center of campus, … Read More

Etiquette dinner promotes networking

November 21, 2019 |

By Chloe Gregg Staff Writer The LCC American Marketing Association (AMA) hosted its 13th annual Business Etiquette Dinner Wednesday, Nov. 13 for those interested in business and marketing. The dinner, held in the Gannon Building’s Michigan Room, included an hour … Read More

Men’s hoop squad improves to 4-1

November 21, 2019 |

By Julie Newell Sports/Photo Editor Men’s basketball season is well underway and the LCC Stars are packing heat. In their latest game against St. Clair County Community College on Wednesday, Nov. 20 in the Gannon Gym, the LCC Stars defended … Read More

Play describes local homeless stories

November 21, 2019 |

By Ali Williams A&E Editor Anyone can be homeless: a friend, a neighbor or even a family member. The cast of “I Have a Name” showed this when it performed at Dart Auditorium Nov. 16 and 17. The show incorporated … Read More

Transgender victims remembered

November 21, 2019 |

By Robin Morales Associate Editor LCC celebrated Transgender Awareness Week Nov. 12 to 19 and held a Day of Remembrance ceremony Nov. 20 where transgender victims of violence were honored. “Transgender Awareness Week is a combination of films, discussions, … Read More

Students get closeup Civil War lessons

November 7, 2019 |

By Robin Morales Associate EditorLCC students Chase Rapin, 23, and Maariam Tesfae, 22, accompanied by LCC history professors Wade Merrill and Jeffery Janowick, traveled to Maryland and West Virginia Oct. 10 through 13.They visited the Antietam Battlefield and Harper’s Ferry, … Read More