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Local animals looking to find forever friends

April 28, 2015 |

Jaimie Bozack Staff Writer

Over 90 animals, including dogs, cats, rabbits and rodents are waiting for the day they can go to their “forever” home.

Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter, located at 600 Curtis Street in Mason, adopts animals … Read More

EMS practices to save lives

April 17, 2015 |

Brian Wells Photo Editor

Hands-on learning is a main focus of many programs at LCC, including the Emergency Medical Services program.

Students and instructors from the EMS program spent the morning of April 16 practicing vehicular extractions in the Main … Read More

Sports reporter got start in journalism at LCC

April 17, 2015 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief


Lynn Henning is a popular sports columnist for The Detroit News. Many may not know he is also an alumnus of The Lookout.

Henning, 62, has spent 45 of his years writing sports. Henning’s … Read More

Baseball won’t let results define season  

April 17, 2015 |

Rich Schenck Sports Editor 

The LCC baseball team’s (3-10 MCCAA, 12-18 overall) slump reached six straight games after being swept by the Express of Owens Community College 9-5 and 5-4 at Westside Park April 15.

LCC freshman pitcher Tom Lantzy … Read More

Go nuts for beers and cheers at ballpark

April 17, 2015 |

Sarah Spohn A&E Editor

Spring is here, and that means the return of drinks on the patio, leisurely picnics and outdoor activities.

One of Lansing’s best warm-weather destinations, Cooley Law School Stadium, has teamed up … Read More

One-armed climber shares Mt. Everest conquest at LCC

April 17, 2015 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief

Webster’s Dictionary defines inspiration as a person, place or experience that makes someone want to do or create something.

These words describe the incredible journey of the Gary Guller, who in 2003 became the first … Read More

Stereotypes are focus of ‘Imaginary Indians’ talk

April 17, 2015 |

Shelby Schueller News Editor

Around 30 students, faculty and staff gathered to diffuse Native American stereotypes at the “Imaginary Indians” discussion in the Arts and Sciences Building April 9.

Dr. Brian Baker, director of Native American studies and professor of … Read More

Don’t Miss out on The Phantom of the Opera

April 8, 2015 |

Sarah Spohn A&E Editor

The red plush seats and the hard floor stage looked even more regal than usual, given the addition of the iconic grandiose crystal chandelier suspended from the Wharton Center’s ceiling.

A full house sat in the … Read More

Dart Auditorium, prepare to get down

April 3, 2015 | 1

Sarah Spohn A&E Editor

The LCC Performing Arts Department presents “Global Get Down” Friday through Sunday, April 10 to 12.

The annual spring dance concert showcases student talent in the form of both dancers and choreographers. This year’s program travels … Read More

LCC students soar toward Aviation Technology success

April 3, 2015 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief

The LCC Aviation Technology program has been around for 40 years. The program was located at Lansing’s Capital City Airport before relocating to Mason in 2014.

Students who enter this program can receive a degree in two years, then enter a field that … Read More