As students walk into the Gannon Building during spring semester, they may notice the sound of construction echoing throughout the rooms, or packed boxes ready to be moved.
With the now underway …
The LCC women’s basketball team dropped its road contest 64-61 against Delta College on Nov. 26.
LCC sophomore guard Robyn Robinson led the Lady Stars with 19 points. She was followed by sophomore LaTonya Shade with …
Kazoos, spoons and a toy piano. No, these aren’t the goodie bag contents of a kid’s birthday party.
Add violins, percussion, guitars and a vibraphone to the mix and you have the LCC Experimental Music …
Many are fortunate to have a place to spend the holidays and to wake up on Christmas morning to find presents under the tree.
However, there are some who are not as fortunate. Some wake up …
Editor in Chief
LCC became one of 12 founding institutions to the join the Gateways to Completion (G2C) initiative during fall 2013 in a national effort to boost student success.
According to Martine Rife, faculty process …
Deaf, hearing and hard of hearing people flooded Dart Auditorium for the sold out production of SYNC Nov. 16.
SYNC, formerly known as Star Search, was hosted by LCC’s Sign Language Interpreter Program.
Dorretta Fowler, the …
You just spent the last 45 minutes outside in a single file line, waiting for the doors to open. I’m not talking crazy Black Friday shopping madness.
I’m talking about the anticipation felt before a concert.
When you find yourself having a bad day, you should be thankful you don’t live in a city where giant cannibals attack, where you and your friends must ban together to stop them or suffer impending …