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The Lookout | November 1, 2020

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Julie’s Jukes: My love for Disney movies

October 12, 2020 |

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

Everyone has an obsession; something that piques your interest so much that you learn all you can about it.

I have a few obsessions that revolve around books and movies. My main obsession is Disney, … Read More

For What It’s Worth: John Hughes movies

October 7, 2020 |

By Larry HookAdviser of The LookoutThis summer, as a way to fight boredom during the pandemic, I decided to start collecting the movies of renowned filmmaker John Hughes.

Many people know Hughes as the screenwriter of such famous movies … Read More

Alumni Spotlight: Rich Tupica

October 7, 2020 |

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

For many alumni, LCC is just a stop to get what they need done in order to transfer to a larger school. For others, the college leaves lasting memories.  

One of the latter is 39-year-old Rich Tupica, who studied journalism during his time … Read More

Game review: ‘Among Us’ fun, addictive

October 6, 2020 |

Five out of Five Stars

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

The game that everyone seems to be talking about right now is “Among Us.”

“Among Us” is an online multiplayer social deduction game made by InnerSloth. The game was originally released … Read More

Peppermint Creek offers safe theater

October 6, 2020 |

By Chloe GreggStaff Writer

Although the days of us joining inside of a theater to watch a show are at least temporarily over, that doesn’t mean theater is gone.

The staff of Peppermint Creek Theater Company (PCTC) of Lansing has … Read More

Movie Review: ‘Dick Johnson is Dead’

October 6, 2020 |

Five Stars out of Five

By Joanna MacGown Freelance Writer

“Dick Johnson is Dead”(available on Netflix) is, strictly speaking, a documentary about director Kirsten Johnson and her father, C Richard Johnson, coming to terms with his dementia diagnosis and impending … Read More

‘Stages of Change’ group makes debut

September 29, 2020 |

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

The new LCC performing arts group Stages of Change was scheduled to have its first online performance on Friday, Sept. 25. However, the group was unable to fix the technical issues for the live stream. … Read More

Review: ‘Good Truckin Diner’ a great find

September 29, 2020 |

Five Stars out of FiveBy Chloe GreggStaff Writer

Diners have always been very hit or miss for me. Oftentimes, such as at iHop or Denny’s, they focus on the sweets of breakfast, but I’m not really a sweets person.

Don’t … Read More

English professor is published author

September 23, 2020 |

By Maddy WarrenEditor In Chief

LCC English Professor Melissa Lucken channels her passion for writing through teaching, and shares her knowledge and background with her students.

Lucken teaches ENGL 121, ENGL 278 and Writing the Novel at LCC. When … Read More

Renaissance Festival hosts food parade

September 23, 2020 |

By Larry Hook The Lookout Adviser

Due to COVID-19, The Michigan Renaissance Festival in Holly is taking a new form this year.

The festival is hosting the first-ever drive-through Michigan Renaissance Festival Food Parade. The event is a meandering drive-through … Read More