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The Lookout | September 16, 2019

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Gibson’s Bookstore to close doors

March 31, 2017 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor in Chief

A mainstay in the downtown Lansing and LCC community is set to close at the end of the spring semester.

Gibson’s Bookstore, which got its start in East Lansing in 1955, is closing, according … Read More

Childcare center open house is April 18

March 17, 2017 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor in Chief

Many people in the community don’t have any idea that Lansing Community College has an early learning center for infants and toddlers.

People who do know that it exists often don’t know how in-depth … Read More

H.O.P.E. scholars earn free college

March 17, 2017 |

By Haneen Hammad Staff Writer

A ceremony awarding 500 sixth graders with two years of free college took place at Lansing Community College, on Wednesday, March 8, from 6 to 8 p.m.

The H.O.P.E. Scholarship program is aimed at reducing … Read More

LCC locker rooms get awaited renovation

March 7, 2017 |

By Aaron Wilton Associate Editor

Construction in the Gannon Building began during Thanksgiving break and is finally nearing completion for the men’s and women’s locker rooms.

These new renovations are being done to the existing locker rooms on Gannon’s second … Read More

Job fair provides opportunities

March 7, 2017 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor in Chief

Students at LCC find themselves in various statuses of employment.

Some work part-time and some are looking for work. Others have jobs but are starting to prepare for a career after graduation.

LCC hosted … Read More

Police forum informs LCC community

February 17, 2017 |

By Aaron Wilton Associate Editor

Students, staff and faculty members had a chance to learn more about dealing with active violence situations, and were able to voice concerns with officers Rodney Bahl and Chad Beckett.

The LCC Police Department held … Read More

Man sought for touching student

February 13, 2017 |

On Feb. 10 at approximately 9:15 a.m., a man allegedly approached a female student in the Arts and Sciences building middle stairwell and touched her inappropriately.

The victim described the accused as a 20-year-old, 5-foot-10, olive skinned male with a … Read More

BAMN! rallies again for sanctuary city

February 6, 2017 |

By Nicole Cade Lead Paginator

Members of BAMN attended the latest Lansing City Council meeting on Jan. 30.

BAMN is a coalition to defend affirmative action, integrations and immigrant rights for equality “By Any Means Necessary.”

Members rallied prior … Read More

Newspaper, advertisers pitch in to help local Salvation Army site

December 20, 2016 |

By Larry Hook The Lookout Adviser

The Lookout, LCC’s twice-a-month student newspaper, raised $300 for the Capital Area Salvation Army with a special full-page advertisement featuring 12 local business.

The ad appeared in the Dec. 5 edition of the paper. … Read More

Students help create Malcolm X mural

December 14, 2016 |

By Aaron Emerson Editor in Chief

With race relations and equality on the minds of many across the U.S. recently, LCC students decided to use art to honor a civil rights legend.

Fifteen students from LCC instructor Aliza Robison’s sociology … Read More