A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

Grappling with school post Columbine

Destiny Torres Executive Director  Generation Z have never known a world without the fear and anxieties of a shooting happening at their school. They were born into an era shaped by Columbine and Sandy Hook, and have grown up wincing…

Music for the troubled mind

Caitlyn Ujvari  JRNM 151  Listening to music is one thing most college students can bond over. However, students may be unaware of the several benefits of including music into their curriculum, especially at a young age. “I don’t know so…

Dreaming Big post college: college students talk about their ambitions

The Collegian Staff Ambition. The word strikes up images of runners, teachers, soldiers and politicians, but one of the most ambitious groups on the planet is a culmination of all: students. Students, especially college and above, continuously push themselves in…

Ringing in the holidays, even overseas

Destiny Torres Executive Editor Every year, people all over the world celebrate the spirit of the season by sending holiday cards to family and friends alike. But at Lorain County Community College, students and staff spread the cheer a little…

The financial stresses of college

Destiny Torres Executive Editor Attending college can be a stressful time for anyone, but the stress doesn’t stop at academics for students who are financially independent. “Not only do I go to school full time, but I work two part…

How technology helped a blind person “see”

Lauren Hoffman Editor-In-Chief For many of us, watching the birth of technology has been exciting, scary, and everything in between, but for some it’s also been a necessity. Meet Shane “I started using technology at the age of five and…

Greetings from South Asia

Corentin Aboulin  JRNM 151 On Nov. 16, the Program Director of LCCC’s International Initiatives, Dr. Shaun Marsh invited students to join him at his presentation “Being Globally Engaged: The Critical Components of Global Mindedness and Citizenship Education”. As a university…

National Recycle Day reaches college

Lauren Hoffman Editor-In-Chief On Nov. 15, Lorain County Community College got an insight into the world of recycling thanks to the Lorain County Collection Center. Nov. 15, which has been denoted America Recycles Day once again by the National program…

Student Senate tackles Planned Parenthood during Real Talk

Lauren Hoffman Editor-In-Chief Lorain County Community College prides itself on firsts and diversity and that includes tackling all sorts of different difficult and oftentimes sensitive topics. Introduced this fall semester, the Student Senate team has conducted meetings to discuss these…

Stressed? You are not alone

Destiny Torres Executive Editor  For most students, college is viewed as a time of liberation, a time to find themselves and learn what they want to do with the rest of their lives. But for others, college is filled with…