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The Lookout | June 17, 2019

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Blind student earns academic honors

May 6, 2014 |

Andy Bumstead  Freelance Writer

LCC freshman Collin McCubbin has a story to inspire everyone at LCC.

McCubbin is a blind student who is taking classes at LCC. He is 25 years old and graduated from Grand Ledge High School in … Read More

‘Life as a Zebra’ holds benefit

April 29, 2014 |

Sarah Spohn A&E Editor

Katie Dama Jaskolski and Allie Dama are sisters from Lansing. A few years ago, they were both separately diagnosed with invisible illnesses.

Katie, 32, was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and … Read More

3+1 makes sense, saves dollars

April 26, 2014 |

Jeremy Kohn Co-Editor in Chief

Are you currently an LCC student who wishes to obtain a four-year degree, but don’t wish to pay the excessive costs of a four-year university?

The 3+1 degree program may be the perfect solution … Read More

Star Fest event shines light on LCC

April 26, 2014 |

Andy Bumstead Freelance Writer

The LCC Student Life Office celebrated the people of the college through a variety of events during this year’s Star Fest.

“The purpose of the week was to shine a light on the stars … Read More

Softball squad sweeps

April 26, 2014 |

Andy Bumstead Freelance Writer

The LCC Stars softball team swept a doubleheader at home against Ancilla College April 22. They won by scores of 10-8 and 9-0.

LCC Coach Marc Kibby said Stars pitcher Alina Harrington played a crucial … Read More

Early LCC hosts exhibit of children’s artwork

April 26, 2014 |

Chelsea Allen Staff Writer

Visitors to the HHS Building at LCC April 21 could see children’s artwork on display while roaming through the garden level.

The Early Learning Children’s Community, LCC’s daycare facility, held its annual exhibit, showcasing children’s … Read More

Educate yourself with Eco-Scholars Day event

April 23, 2014 |

Andy Bumstead Freelance Writer

Educate yourself on environmental sustainability this Friday, April 25 at LCC’s West Campus.

The event is the fifth annual Eco-Scholars Day; a combined effort of college and high school students from the … Read More

Big hair benefit helps local students

April 23, 2014 |

Sarah Spohn A&E Editor

There hadn’t been that much blue eye shadow or Aqua Net hairspray in a single room since 1986. It was as if a long-lost episode of MTV had come alive.

The Capital Area Women’s … Read More

Age has no bounds for success at LCC

April 15, 2014 |

Jeremy Kohn Co-Editor in Chief

 Dorothy Brooks is a poetry and non-fiction writer who has seen many of her writings published over the years.

She has both taught and been a student at Lansing Community College. In … Read More

Softball squad wins nine of 10 games

April 15, 2014 |

Andy Bumstead Freelance Writer

 The Stars have played a number of doubleheaders since returning from Florida, and have been stringing together some impressive wins.

“Since we’ve been back in Michigan we’re 9-1,” Head Coach Marc Kibby said.

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