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The Lookout | February 22, 2019

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Students reenergize at fitness center

January 29, 2016 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief

Students who want to reenergize can use the fitness center on the second floor of the Gannon Building on LCC’s main campus, as well as an additional center at the west campus location.

Director of … Read More

Hope is message of reporter’s book

January 29, 2016 |

Shelby Schueller Associate Editor

When he is not going to school, LCC student Aaron Emerson spends time as news editor for The Lookout and a reporter for Mason Today. He also works to spread awareness about addiction by sharing his … Read More

Black History Month events educate

January 29, 2016 |

Shelby Schueller Associate Editor

A jazz concert, a Black Film Festival, spoken word poetry and difficult dialogues are just a few of the many events planned for LCC’s 2016 Black History Month celebration in February.

This year, the celebration follows … Read More

Scholarships available for students

January 29, 2016 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief

College expenses can put a damper on students’ wallets and bank accounts.

The solution to this dilemma for students may be as simple as filling out an application for scholarship money.

Peggy Hellwig, scholarship and … Read More

‘Never Swim Alone’ gets standing ovation during festival

January 15, 2016 |

Jaimie Bozack A&E Editor

Members of LCC’s theater department traveled to Milwaukee Jan. 6 and 7 for the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.

The festival is an event where college students from different states come together to partake … Read More

Activist offers story of forgiveness

January 15, 2016 |

Aaron Emerson News Editor

On Sept. 21, 2001, 10 days after terrorist attacks changed the U.S. forever, a totally different kind of change was born in Dallas, Texas.

Rais Bhuiyan, a Bangladesh immigrant, was shot in the face with a … Read More

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

Dozens of Christmas trees light up Turner-Dodge House in Old Town

December 18, 2015 |

Jaimie Bozack A&E Editor

Over 50 decorated trees are lighting up Lansing’s famous Turner-Dodge House and Heritage Center, 100 E. North St. during the fourth annual Festival of Trees.

The event is taking place every Tuesday and Thursday from … 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

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