A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

Is Accounting an art or a science?

ACTG 252 Class Intermediate Accounting A bachelor’s degree in accounting can be earned as either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree. There are several schools of thought that say accounting is a science because an accountant…

Conquering the stress of gym anxiety

LCCC student Aja Cyran is very reluctant to go the gym because she is self-conscious. “I definitely feel uncomfortable at the gym especially being a girl, because I feel like it’s a guy’s territory, so I feel out of place….

LCCC students bring typewriters back to life

Do you have a dusty typewriter sitting in your basement thinking it will never be used again? Two Elyria twins are trying to give a new lease on life for neglected typewriters. Gregory Visnyai, who is majoring in communications, and…

One last time

Kristin Hohman Editor-in-Chief It’s hard to believe, but I’ve been a student at Lorain County Community College for the past two-and-a-half years. When I enrolled in the fall of 2014, I was unsure of what this journey would entail. At…

North Ridgeville mayor highly regards LCCC

Zac Wenzel JRNM 151 Student During his time as North Ridgeville’s mayor, G. David Gillock has come to have high regard for the LCCC University Partnership Ridge Campus, located on Lorain Road in North Ridgeville. “The city has always had…

The Clothesline Project

Kristin Hohman Editor-in-Chief During the week of April 17-21, dozens of t-shirts decorated the staircase in the College Center commons at Lorain County Community College. This exhibit is part of The Clothesline Project, a group founded in 1990 whose aim…

Vive la France

Photos and story by Rebecca Marion Managing Editor When someone says that France is one of the most beautiful places in the world, they aren’t exaggerating. So, when Lorain County Community College opened the opportunity for its students to stay…

Student pays tribute to Bernie Kimpal

Matt Melvin Contributor I have sat here quiet for days, trying to process what has really happened. The passing of Bernie Kimpal has been quite an experience for me. I have been trying to put together that I was one…

The history behind Women’s History Month

Kristin Hohman Editor-in-Chief Until roughly 50 years ago, the very idea of women’s history was largely unknown, and certainly not celebrated. In fact, it wasn’t until 1975 that the United Nations began observing International Women’s Day. Add to that the…

Women on Campus: Then and now

Kristin Hohman Editor-in-Chief “As we think about all the contributions that women have made for the advancement for our community, as well as higher education, it’s a great opportunity to celebrate the role women have had in the creation of…