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New student bookstore sells materials online

October 23, 2015 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief

LCC students now have an easier and more efficient way to purchase their textbooks with the MBS online bookstore. The new online bookstore store launched Oct. 5.

A link to the store … Read More

‘The Colleen Bawn’ coming to Dart

October 23, 2015 |

 

The LCC Theatre Department is preparing to present the melodrama, “The Colleen Bawn,” by Dion Boucicault.

The show will be Friday and Saturday, Nov. 6 and 7 at 8 p.m.; Friday and … Read More

LCC harriers rounding into peak form

October 23, 2015 |

Rich Schenck Sports Editor

The nationally ranked LCC women’s and men’s cross country teams traveled to Muskegon for the Jayhawk Invitational Oct. 16 to fine tune for the NJCAA Region XII meet at Grand Woods Park on Oct. 31.

The … Read More

 ‘Fall on the Mall’ informs students of University Center degrees

October 9, 2015 |

 

Aaron Emerson Staff Writer

LCC students were able to learn about the program offerings of the University Center while taking advantage of free cookies and coffee as part of an annual outreach program.

Held Wednesday, Oct. 7 outside of … Read More

LCC alumnus finds every dog has its day

October 9, 2015 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief

Mark McGee’s business, Mark’s Gourmet Dogs, won a spot in the Lansing Mall food court after winning The Food Network’s “Food Court Wars” last year.

The seeds of McGee’s humble hot dog stand business were … Read More

Stars arise out of LCC fashion program

October 9, 2015 |

Jaimie Bozack A&E Editor

The LCC fashion program is an expanding program that works every day to bring student designs to life.

The program has partnered with the Knapp’s Centre, 300 S. Washington Square, to help students gain hands-on experience … Read More

Amnesty improves students’ GPAs

October 9, 2015 |

Shelby Schueller News Editor

Sometimes getting a passing grade in class can be difficult, especially when students are just starting out in college. With academic amnesty, returning students can get failing grades forgiven.

“We found that students … Read More

Borders makes it big in Big Apple

September 24, 2015 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief

Glynn Borders has achieved his dream job of working in show business.  The LCC alumnus is the special effects director for NBC’s “The Late Show.” He has worked on the show for 18 years.

Borders, … Read More

Steadman pens book on H.P. Lovecraft

September 11, 2015 |

Jeremy Kohn Editor in Chief

John Steadman has taught writing at LCC for 14 years. Recently the 61-year-old professor took his love for writing to a new level.

Over a five-year span Steadman wrote his first book, “H.P. Lovecraft & … Read More

WHEEL Scholarship propels students to brighter futures

September 11, 2015 |

Shelby Schueller News Editor

Three women accepted the WHEEL Scholarship, and therefore another chance at earning a college degree, at the LAFCU headquarters in Lansing on Sept. 3.

WHEEL (Women Helping Educate Every Lady) is an LCC-only scholarship. It is … Read More