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The Lookout | April 19, 2021

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Student is passionate about massage

February 26, 2021 |

By Chloe GreggStaff Writer

Parker Hoggard has loved massage from very early on. She said she has always been interested in the human body – anatomy, specifically – and that she enjoys being able to help her patients in a … Read More

Alumnus Spotlight: Robin Schneider

February 25, 2021 |

By Maddy WarrenEditor In Chief

In high school, Robin Schneider, a registered lobbyist and executive director of the Michigan Cannabis Industry Association, wanted to pursue a career in cosmetology.

“I had gone to the career center while I was in … Read More

LCC west campus hosts Police Academy

February 24, 2021 |

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

One of the most respected careers in the world is law enforcement. Some of those law enforcement officers get trained at LCC west campus in the Mid-Michigan Police Academy program.

“The Academy is a 17-week … Read More

LCC automotive program rolls forward

February 19, 2021 |

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

LCC’s west campus hosts many classes related to trade and technical degrees, including the Automotive Technologies Program.

Marvin Argersinger and James Ripley are two of LCC’s full-time faculty who teach at west campus in … Read More

Ex-colleagues host unique podcast show

February 19, 2021 |

By Chloe GreggStaff Writer

At the close of Transgender Awareness Week in November, two former LCC colleagues, Daniel Thurman and Layne Ingram, released their first-ever podcast episode of their new show, “Reconstructed Man.”

The show is a wonderful mix of … Read More

Alumnus Spotlight: Barb Byrum

February 18, 2021 |

By Maddy WarrenEditor In Chief

As the daughter of an elected official, Ingham County Clerk Barb Byrum said she once wanted nothing to do with politics.

Byrum’s mother, Dianne Byrum – a former state representative and senator – was forced … Read More

Student combines writing, psychology

February 18, 2021 |

By Chloe GreggStaff Writer

Creative writing and psychology often flow hand in hand. Some of the greatest literature is marked with mental health, trauma and pain.

This is why future author and current LCC student Ferris Blackwell is majoring in … Read More

Symposium celebrates Black history

February 17, 2021 |

By Maddy WarrenEditor In Chief

As part of Black History Month, LCC’s Black History Committee is hosting a series of virtual events to celebrate.

One of these events was the annual Malcolm X Symposium held Tuesday, Feb. 16. The … Read More

Historians examine women in movies

February 16, 2021 |

By Julie NewellAssociate Editor

Historians at the Movies (HATM), a series that started in fall 2020, continues into the spring semester at LCC.

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This semester HATM will be hosted by Department of History faculty member Dale Moler. … Read More

Student seeks career as therapist

February 12, 2021 |

By Chloe GreggStaff Writer

There are some people who are particularly adept at comforting and understanding others. Oftentimes, these same people look for jobs that allow them to use their empathetic and sympathetic abilities to assist an emotionally-struggling individual. … Read More