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The Lookout | November 28, 2021

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Help-Portrait offers free family photos

November 24, 2021 |

By Chloe GreggAssociate Editor

LCC will be hosting a Help-Portrait event on Saturday, Dec. 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Gannon Building commons. This event is completely free and is open to the public on a first-come, … Read More

Transgender awareness celebrated

November 19, 2021 |

By Arianne Olayinka Staff Writer

Each year during November, people and organizations all over the U.S. participate in Trans Awareness Week to help raise the visibility of transgender people and address issues that members of the community face.

The week … Read More

Ideas spinning for vinyl record club

November 19, 2021 |

By Jacob Zokvic Staff Writer

A gathering to build interest for an LCC Vinyl Record Club took place in the A&S Building the evening of Nov. 17.

Attendees listened to vinyl records and talked about music.

The … Read More

Black Student Union building a ‘family’

November 19, 2021 |

By Arianne Olayinka Staff Writer

LCC’s Black Student Union (BSU) is a student organization whose purpose is to increase understanding and awareness of Black problems of social, political and economic nature.

The club allows LCC students, particularly African Americans, to … Read More

There is still time to donate to food drive

November 18, 2021 |

By Jacob ZokvicStaff Writer

The food drive at LCC is ending on Nov. 22, but there is still time to make a donation. Requested foods are beans, canned tomatoes, rice and various spices.

All donations will go to … Read More

No Silver Bells events at LCC this year

November 18, 2021 |

By Julie NewellEditor in Chief

The 37th annual Silver Bells in the City will light up downtown Lansing on Friday, Nov. 19, but LCC’s participation will be limited.

“LCC is sponsoring the parade,” LCC Conference Services Manager Kelly Hekler … Read More

Board ‘very satisfied’ with Dr. Robinson

November 17, 2021 |

By Jacob ZokvicStaff Writer

Following an evaluation of LCC President Dr. Steve Robinson at a special Board of Trustees meeting Nov. 8, the board announced it is “very satisfied” with his performance during his first year.

The announcement came … Read More

Auditions start Nov. 20 for ‘Cabaret’

November 17, 2021 |

By Chloe GreggAssociate Editor

LCC’s theatre department is hosting auditions for the 2022 spring musical: “Cabaret.”

The auditions are Saturday, Nov. 20 from 6 to 9 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 21 from 2 to 5 p.m. Students, and even community … Read More

Power of stereotypes to be discussed

November 16, 2021 |

By Chloe GreggAssociate Editor

During most months of the school year, LCC Chief Diversity Officer Dr. Tonya Bailey hosts a two-hour engaging session with students, faculty and community members, during which they can openly discuss race, racism and other similar … Read More

Police respond to armed man report

November 12, 2021 |

By Chloe GreggAssociate Editor

On Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 1:21 p.m., students were warned via LCC’s Emergency Alert system about a potentially armed suspect near campus.

According to LCC Police Chief Daryl Gaines, there was a call that came in … Read More