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The Lookout | December 6, 2016

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Relief offered for finals week stress

December 5, 2016 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor in Chief

The final two weeks of a college semester can be some of the most stressful weeks of a college student’s life.

Studying for and performing the actual exam can decide whether a student passes … Read More

LCC assists sick children with pillows

November 4, 2016 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor in Chief

Often times, it can be the smallest thing that helps a child in need.

That is why LCC is partnering with the Olivia Kay Foundation to provide positioning pillows to children with … Read More

Lansing lawyer got start at LCC

November 4, 2016 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor in Chief

Many students have started their journeys to success at Lansing Community College. Some have gone on to other cities, states and countries to fulfill their passion and embark on extensive careers.

Students find volunteer options

October 22, 2016 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor in Chief

LCC Student Life recently held a community service fair to give students the opportunity to find volunteer options, and many took advantage.

The event, held Wednesday, Oct. 19 in the … Read More

Students connect at ‘College Night’

October 21, 2016 |

By Haneen Hammad Freelance Writer

Lansing Community College welcomed over 500 people on Wednesday, Oct. 19 as part of its annual College Night.

Community members, high school students, parents, families and current college students attended the … Read More

Math contest features great rewards

October 21, 2016 |

By Idman Gabayre Staff Writer

Students attending community or technical colleges are invited to participate in a yearly mathematics contest sponsored by The American Mathematical Association.

Michael Pemberton, assistant professor of math at LCC, explained the … Read More

LCC professor publishes novel

October 7, 2016 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor in Chief

Landis Lain has published writings several times in her life. Her latest book, published in July, is one that changes traditional narratives and is garnering five-star reviews on Amazon.com.

An English professor at Lansing … Read More

Sand therapy helps PTS sufferers

October 7, 2016 |

By Aaron Wilton Associate Editor

Post-traumatic stress (PTS) afflicts millions of people. Most people think of military members when someone mentions PTS, but people can suffer from PTS for many reasons.

The counseling staff at LCC has recently added sand-tray … Read More

‘Centre’ leader eager to serve LCC

September 9, 2016 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor In Chief

The Centre for Engaged Inclusion has a new coordinator this school year.

Franchesca Cifuentes-Andrade, who just started working with LCC students this fall, has been working in education for eight years. Her work has … Read More

LCC abuzz as fall semester begins

August 26, 2016 |

Whenever a new school year is started at LCC, it brings a wide range of emotions to students and faculty.

This year, college officials are trying new tactics to help … Read More