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The Lookout | July 17, 2018

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LAND contest awards creative writing

January 15, 2016 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief

The annual Liberal Arts Network and Development (LAND) contest, held in the fall, gives LCC students a chance to submit creative writing works of essay, fiction and poetry.  

Winners for the 2015 contest were … Read More

LCC Toastmasters helps students with leadership, public speaking skills

December 17, 2015 |

Jaimie Bozack A&E Editor

LCC’s West Campus Toastmasters International Club started in September 2015 and has become vital toward helping students gain leadership and speaking skills.

Vice President of Education Sarah Linz said Toastmasters is open to students, faculty, staff … Read More

LCC Jazz Band offers groovy fall performance in Dart Auditorium

December 10, 2015 |

Jaimie Bozack A&E Editor

The sweet sound of saxophones rang out in the halls inside LCC’s Dart Auditorium during the 2015 fall semester Jazz Band performance Dec. 4.

The band was composed of college students, community members and high … Read More

Finals Frenzy wraps up fall semester

December 10, 2015 |

Jaimie Bozack A&E Editor

After two weeks of preparing for finals, the fall 2015 semester will wrap up Monday, Dec. 14 for LCC students. Those who thought this semester would never end are taking a deep breath.

Finals Frenzy has … Read More

THE HEAT IS ON: LCC Firefighter training includes controlled burns

November 20, 2015 |

Firefighter training is not complete until a real fire is experienced. So that’s what LCC Fire Academy students did on Friday, Nov. 6 and Monday, Nov. 9.

With the use of special burn … Read More

LCC’s DMAC program calls for lights, camera, action

November 20, 2015 |

Marisa Hilts Freelance Writer

LCC’s Digital Media, Audio and Cinema (DMAC) program is in full swing, giving students a push to making it big in the film and audio industry.

The DMAC program officially started in 2008, after the college … Read More

Professor Vaughn Vowels pens new book to help grief-stricken readers

November 20, 2015 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief

Some authors use inspiration from their lives to build the characters for the worlds they create. LCC professor Vaughn Vowels, 59, did this to write his book, “A Fall in Bark River.”

The book, published … Read More

Harmony and balance come together with Aikido

November 6, 2015 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief

Peace of mind, self-defense and philosophy are some of the basic elements taught in the Japanese martial arts known as Aikido.

Aikido is taught on LCC’s campus on Tuesdays and Thursdays in room 252 in … Read More

Campus resources highlighted during Welcome Week

September 1, 2015 |

Jaimie Bozack A&E Editor

More than 20 LCC organizations, clubs and departments handed out brochures, candy and free supplies to students on Aug. 26 along Washington Square Mall.

The Campus Resource and Organization Fair was a part of LCC’s annual … Read More

There’s no confusion here; Glazed & Confused is sweet

August 28, 2015 |

Jaimie Bozack A&E Editor

A line formed outside of Glazed and Confused located at 107 S. Washington Square before it had even opened doors for business.

Owner of Glazed and Confused Pete Counseller watched as he sold over 1,000 donuts … Read More