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The Lookout | August 4, 2020

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LCC re-energizes with mobile charging stations

February 24, 2014 |

 Jeremy Kohn Co-Editor in Chief

 “Students on the go” can get caught up in their hectic schedules and forget about charging their electronic devices.

The LCC Information Technology Services (ITS) came up with a solution to this … Read More

Charming Love Story comes to Dart

February 11, 2014 |

Sarah Spohn

A&E Editor

 It was love at first sight sealed by a first kiss, followed by another, and another. Six weeks later, the young couple Rita Boyle and Peter Hoskins wed.

Vows were exchanged, and … Read More

Sleds overtake Gier Park

February 11, 2014 |

Jaimie Bozack

Co-Editor in Chief

 Over 50 cardboard sleds of all shapes and sizes raced down a hill outside Lansing’s Gier Park Community Center for the eighth annual Cardboard Classic on Jan. 29.

Sleds ranging from … Read More

Exploring campus-area dining options

January 24, 2014 |

Jeremy Kohn

 LCC Lookout Co-Editor

With the construction on the Gannon Building continuing indefinitely until summer, this means the LCC cafeteria facilities will be closed to the public until construction is complete.

Fear not, … Read More

AMA assists Toys for Tots for holidays

December 10, 2013 |

Jaimie Bozack

Associate Editor

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 … Read More

Explore innovation through DICAST

November 11, 2013 |

Jeremy Kohn

Staff Writer

Has anyone ever told you playing video games is a waste of time and will amount to nothing when it comes to life in the real world? Don’t let the members of LCC’s DICAST hear … Read More

Fishing for knowledge in A&S

November 11, 2013 |

Chelsea Allen

Freelance Writer

Ever walk by the fish tanks in the Learning Commons in the Arts & Sciences (A&S) Building and wonder why they were placed there?

Some students might think they were installed for decoration and to look … Read More