A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

Collegian wins 6 Press Club awards

Kerri Klatt Editor-in-chief The Press Club of Cleveland promotes and sponsors the Excellence in Journalism competition. The Collegian, Lorain County Community College’s student newspaper, has won six awards from the Cleveland Press Club. The awards recognized articles that were written…

The faces of social media the good, bad and the ugly

Whether shopping at a mall or out for a fancy dinner, people are always looking at the small screen in their hands. It might seem as if they are not interacting with others, but in reality, they most likely are….

Women’s soccer strive for perfect season

Camryn Moore JRNM 151 The Women’s Soccer League of Lorain County Community College has had a perfect season. So far, they have come out with a big win against some of the hardest teams around Ohio.     Alana Gonzalez,…

Athletes excel in Oberlin cross country meet

Matthew Gergely Sports Writer The Lorain County Community College Commodores competed at the Oberlin College Interregional Rumble Cross Country meet on Oct. 14.  The men finished 26th out of 27 teams, the women did not field a complete team this week. Gabrielle…

In their own words

Erin Dweik Staff Writer  October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. LCCC’s Human Resources and Women’s Link, in collaboration with Jeff Ellis’ International Karate Centers, Genesis Domestic Violence Center and the Nord Center (Sexual Assault Services) provide free informational sessions and…

Virtual experience for the real world

Jay Sigal Staff Writer The “Holodeck” may soon be coming to a community college near you.  Greg Little, an associate professor, is at the forefront of a project that is loosely being referenced as an “initiative to bring virtual reality…

Igniting the importance of fire safety

Jay Sigal JRNM 151  “Fire Prevention Week” begins each year during the week of Oct. 9,” Kenneth Collins, director of Campus Security said. The official reason for the calendar set-aside is the commemoration of the “Great Chicago Fire” of 1871….

GEW’s first annual chili cook-off

Erin Dweik Staff Writer LCCC Veteran’s Services will honor Veterans Day on Nov. 12 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. inCollege Center Room 106 with a Chili Cook-Off. The cook-off is also NEO LaunchNET’s Burton D. Morgan Foundation’s kick-off event for…

Student Life photo contest

By Oscar Rosado JRNM 151 A student photo contest, organized by LCCC’s Student Senate, will run until the end of October. Students can submit their photos with the goal of the contest to answer the question “what does equity mean…

Setting your own path in the great outdoors

By Kirsten Hill JRNM 151 LCCC students listened and learned recently about how they could blaze their own trail to a career working with and in the natural environment.  Complete with cattails and other swamp-loving vegetation, Sandy Ridge Reservation’s Johnson…