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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

Jazz kicks off Black History Month

January 23, 2017 |

By Hannah Anderson A&E Editor

The “Legendary Ladies of Jazz” concert will start the events for LCC’s Black History Month on Sunday, Jan. 29 at 4 p.m.

The event is free, but donations are accepted. The concert will take place … Read More

Centre will examine climate change

January 23, 2017 |

By Hannah Anderson A & E Editor

Combining a variety of climate-change related events into one series, “Climate Change: Film, Fact, and Fantasy” is coming to The Centre for Engaged Inclusion and the Black Box Theatre (GB 168) for a … Read More

StarZone helps students succeed

January 23, 2017 |

By Haneen Hammad Staff Writer

The StarZone is a great place for students to receive any information or services they are looking for at LCC. The StarZone is located in the Gannon Building on the second floor.

Services at the … Read More

College journalists should be applauded

January 23, 2017 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor in Chief

True journalism is often the glue that holds a society together. Without news, citizens cannot make informed decisions.

However, many view journalism as a dying industry. Therefore, a lot of potential journalists are scared … Read More

Newspaper, advertisers pitch in to help local Salvation Army site

December 20, 2016 |

By Larry Hook The Lookout Adviser

The Lookout, LCC’s twice-a-month student newspaper, raised $300 for the Capital Area Salvation Army with a special full-page advertisement featuring 12 local business.

The ad appeared in the Dec. 5 edition of the paper. … Read More

‘Beautiful – The Carole King Musical’ coming to Wharton Center in January

December 19, 2016 |

By Larry Hook The Lookout Adviser

“Beautiful – The Carole King Musical,” the early-life story of the legendary singer/songwriter, is coming to the Wharton Center at Michigan State University in January.

The Tony and Grammy award-winning musical features live performances … Read More

Students show portfolios in Gannon

December 16, 2016 |

By Hannah Anderson A & E Editor

After an entire semester of working on projects and refining old work, creative students brought all of it together to display for the portfolio showcase on Thursday, Dec. 8.

As part of the … Read More