A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

From Golden State to Buckeye State: One student’s transition from West Coast to Midwest

Jeff Sheldon JRNM 151 Student   “When my dad’s old job started to try and force him out, we realized this was an opportunity to get out of California,” said Lorain County Community College student, Renee McAdow. She and her…

Final exam spotlight

LCCC theatre students present “Ubu Rex”

  Story & photos by Kristin Hohman Editor-in-Chief The Theatre Program at Lorain County Community College has been busy preparing for their upcoming show, “Ubu Rex”. Written by Alfred Jarry, a French symbolist writer, “Ubu Rex” is a nineteenth century political…

Memory of father spurs student’s trip to New Zealand

Christina Vega JRNM 151 Student “Obviously my dad will be on the forefront of my mind,” said Lorain County Community College student Andrew Mislinski. Being a fan of the “Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” movies, Mislinski had plans…

Rush headlines LCCC stage

Renee McAdow Staff Writer The week of Oct. 10-15, former Rockette and playwright Joanna Rush, along with Tony-nominated director Lynne Taylor-Corbett, brought their productions of “Kick (It’s not how high, it’s how strong)” and “Accidental Mummies” to the Cirigliano Studio…

Football brings back fantasy sports

Chase Raymond JRNM 151 It’s that time of year again, sports fans, to get your fantasy teams together. Fantasy football is a great way to enjoy the game. Ten years ago, owners would draft their players and, except for trades…

Around campus

Monte: The life of a service dog

Story and photos by Rebecca Marion Managing Editor   Monte is just like any other playful and energetic year and a half old puppy, except for when he dawns his vest and becomes a service dog. Monte is a partner…

A student’s guide to navigating financial aid

Rebecca Marion Managing Editor One of the most intimidating prospects of attaining a college education is choosing how to pay for it. Fortunately, there is financial aid for students pursuing a post-secondary education.  With a multitude of financial opportunities available,…

Nontraditional and traditional students: Same car, different road

Jeff Sheldon JRNM 151   Tired of low paying jobs without opportunities for advancement, Travis Robinson, a radiology major, decided to attend Lorain County Community College at age 37. “I came back to college to pursue a good career that…