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The Lookout | February 22, 2017

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Coach Brunson to retire; women excel

February 17, 2017 |

By Brodee Gillam Sports Editor

The curtain is closing on a historic career.

LCC Women’s Basketball Head Coach Ervin Brunson is retiring from his duties at the end of this season.

Brunson is finishing his 24th season for the Stars. … Read More

Police forum informs LCC community

February 17, 2017 |

By Aaron Wilton Associate Editor

Students, staff and faculty members had a chance to learn more about dealing with active violence situations, and were able to voice concerns with officers Rodney Bahl and Chad Beckett.

The LCC Police Department held … Read More

Chocolate Walk warms Old Town

February 17, 2017 |

By Hannah Anderson A&E Editor

On such a cold day as Thursday, Feb. 9, few people want to walk around outside. However, when chocolate is handed out as an incentive, it becomes a different story.

The Old Town Chocolate Walk … Read More

You should start playing roller derby

February 17, 2017 |

Column by Haneen Hammad Staff Writer

If you haven’t heard of roller derby, you need to hear about it right now.

It’s a fast-paced, full-contact sport in which two teams of five skaters compete to score points by overtaking … Read More

Band, ensemble plan for jazzy evening

February 17, 2017 |

By Hannah Anderson A&E Editor

The LCC Jazz Band, directed by Jon Gewitz, and the LCC Vocal Jazz and Pop Ensemble, directed by Kelly Stuible-Clark, are putting on “An Evening of Jazz” Friday, March 3.

The event will start at … Read More

Travel ban defies American values

February 13, 2017 |

Staff Editorial

Since President Donald Trump issued an executive order banning travel from seven countries, it has been talked about and criticized widely non-stop.

Many critics and people from all sides are calling it a “Muslim Ban.” All seven of … Read More

Man sought for touching student

February 13, 2017 |

On Feb. 10 at approximately 9:15 a.m., a man allegedly approached a female student in the Arts and Sciences building middle stairwell and touched her inappropriately.

The victim described the accused as a 20-year-old, 5-foot-10, olive skinned male with a … Read More

What’s next after Women’s March?

February 6, 2017 |

Opinion by Haneen Hammad Staff Writer

After more than 8,000 people rallied in the front steps of the Michigan State Capitol on Saturday, Jan. 21 to defend woman’s rights, many might be asking, “What’s next?”

The Women’s March was a … Read More

BAMN! rallies again for sanctuary city

February 6, 2017 |

By Nicole Cade Lead Paginator

Members of BAMN attended the latest Lansing City Council meeting on Jan. 30.

BAMN is a coalition to defend affirmative action, integrations and immigrant rights for equality “By Any Means Necessary.”

Members rallied prior … Read More

‘Legendary Ladies of Jazz’ lights up stage

February 6, 2017 |

By Hannah Anderson A & E Editor

The LCC Faculty Jazz Quartet kicked off the college’s events for Black History Month for the sixth year in a row Sunday, Jan. 29 at Dart Auditorium.

Jazz singer Ramona Collins joined the … Read More