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The Lookout | December 17, 2017

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Toys for Tots wraps up Dec. 13 at LCC

December 11, 2017 |

By Ashlee Buhler Associate Editor

The LCC American Marketing Association (AMA) will wrap up another successful year of Toys for Tots donations on Wednesday, Dec. 13.

The club has been working with the LCC Veterans Affairs office to collect … Read More

Spoof paper sales will assist kids

December 5, 2017 |

By Ashlee Buhler Associate Editor

Every year on the first Thursday of December, hundreds of volunteers from The Old Newsboys Association fill the streets of Lansing with the hope of raising money to provide shoes and boots for children … Read More

Terrorist threat shuts down LCC

December 1, 2017 |

 

By Aaron Wilton Editor in Chief

Lansing Community College officials received an anonymous tip about a potential threat, which resulted in the closure of the east, west and main campuses on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at approximately 1:50 p.m.

The … Read More

LCC inducts veterans into memorial

November 17, 2017 |

By Aaron Wilton Editor in Chief

The Health and Human Services building on LCC’s main campus houses the LCC Veterans Memorial. Each year new inductees are added to the memorial.

This year’s induction ceremony was held Friday, Nov. 10 in … Read More

‘One Book’ events get students talking

November 17, 2017 |

By Sarah Barney A&E Editor

As a way to engage students with “One Book One LCC,” both a time management workshop and two “Eat and Engage” discussions were held recently.

The time management workshop, which featured a presentation by Robin … Read More

Academic advisers offer helpful tips

November 2, 2017 |

By Ashlee Buhler Associate Editor

Success is a priority at LCC. From career planning to discussing transfer options or helping students decide what classes to take each semester — academic advisers play a big role in students’ success behind … Read More

OER helps students save on books

October 20, 2017 |

The cost of textbooks can provide a significant barrier for college students.

Nowadays, it’s not uncommon for a student to fork over $200 or more for a single textbook. That means … Read More

Journey to becoming himself

October 6, 2017 |

By Ashlee Buhler Associate Editor

Basketball has been a major part of Layne Ingram’s life since a young age.

The LCC women’s basketball coach recently announced a transition from female to male, and now wishes to be known as … Read More

Campus revamp focuses on TLC

October 6, 2017 | 1

By Aaron Wilton Editor in Chief

The Abel B. Sykes Jr. Technology and Learning Center (TLC) will be the focus of a $12-million campus-renovation plan approved Sept. 18 by the LCC Board of Trustees.

About $8.7 million of the funding … Read More

College promotes deaf awareness

September 21, 2017 |

By Haneen Hammad Staff Writer

International Week of the Deaf was celebrated at LCC this fall through a series of events the week of Sept. 18 through 24.

The celebration is part of a global movement to raise awareness … Read More