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The Lookout | November 28, 2021

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Ari’s Adventures: Enjoying the ‘who’

November 15, 2021 |

By Arianne Olayinka Staff Writer

The thing about adventure is that it is not always about the “where.” Sometimes it is more about the “who.”

When I returned to LCC to pursue a career as an American Sign Language interpreter, … Read More

Zena’s Zest: Holiday happiness

November 9, 2021 |

By Zena Farhan Staff Writer

This Halloween, I decided to go trick-or-treating with my nieces so I could eat most of their candy.

I know, I know. That makes me sound like a candy-stealing monster, but I have a reasonable … Read More

Julie’s Jukes: Plans for Trunk or Treat

October 25, 2021 |

By Julie Newell Editor in Chief

I have never gone trick-or-treating. I know, that sounds unbelievable, but it’s true.

I honestly have never had an interest in going to a bunch of strangers’ houses to ask for candy. … Read More

Chloe’s Chat: Planning for the future

October 25, 2021 |

By Chloe GreggAssociate Editor

As many of you already know and I am sure are tired of hearing about, I am in the Dental Hygiene Program at LCC. It is a fast-paced two-year program where I take an exam and … Read More

Zena’s Zest: The balancing act of life

October 18, 2021 |

By Zena FarhanStaff Writer

It has been a few weeks since the semester began, and I am still trying to keep up.

Taking eight classes in high school felt like a breeze, which I now realize I took for granted. … Read More

Chloe’s Chat: An intense semester

October 11, 2021 |

By Chloe GreggAssociate Editor

I used to think the hardest semester I had ever had was this past summer, when I took four science classes and a public-speaking class. I was wrong.

Last semester was just preparing me for the … Read More

Julie’s Jukes: Farewell to Craig’s Bond

October 11, 2021 |

By Julie NewellEditor in Chief

The era of the James Bond films starring Daniel Craig has come to an end. Craig’s final Bond movie, “No Time to Die,” was recently released in theaters.

My family, being huge fans of … Read More

Jacob’s Jazz: Re-evaluating beliefs

October 11, 2021 |

Jacob Zokvic Staff Writer

I would like to remind everyone that second guessing your own beliefs can be a good thing. 

So often the political discourse we see isn’t a discussion at all, but simply people yelling at each … Read More

Ari’s Adventures: New escapades

October 4, 2021 |

By Arianne Olayinka Staff Writer

It has been a mere few weeks since I began this column. Yet, I have enjoyed several new escapades since my original piece.

I attended the Renaissance Festival for the first time. As an … Read More

Zena’s Zest: Blazin’ heat to freezing snow

September 27, 2021 |

By Zena FarhanStaff WriterIt’s been a few months since I left my hometown of Las Vegas, and I still haven’t gotten used to it. Vegas has been named “Sin City,” but is it such a sin to lust for a … Read More