A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

LCCC Broadway back

Renee McAdow JRNM 151 The theater provides an escape to another world, for both the performers and the audience. However, it is not always about song and dance. The heater program at Lorain County Community College provides an even more…

Students’ comprehensive guide to financial aid

Rebecca Marion Advertising manager Every student at Lorain County Community College knows that to attain a college education they’re going to have to find a way to pay for it. Whether it’s through loans or scholarship, education isn’t free for…

Coming soon to the Stocker stage

Renee McAdow JRNM 151 The theater has been captivating audiences for centuries, its actors putting on performances both tragic and comedic. They have the power to make their audiences cry and to make them laugh with just their words. The…

“Say What?!”

LCCC’s international students on strange American phrases or customs Rebecca Marion Ads Manager Language Ruwaidah: “When we came here, I was working at McDonald’s, and people speak fast. So, sometimes I do not understand anything and they have to repeat…

Stocker season starts with a kick

Renee McAdow JRNM 151 Murder on the Nile, the stage adaption of renowned mystery author Agatha Christie’s book Death on the Nile, performed by New York’s Aquila Theater, is the first of many performances coming to the Hoke Theater stage…

Pokemon Go game catches campus attention

Kent Springborn Jr. Staff Writer Pokémon has recently celebrated its 20th anniversary and with the North American release of the mobile game, Pokémon Go, on July 6, there has been a recent resurgence of interest in the franchise. The app…

Welcome week kicks off new school year

   

Students split on election opinions

JRNM 151 students While Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are out on the campaign trail working to secure their voting base, a different campaign is being waged a bit closer to home. Ohio is a battleground state, and the…

Candidates differ on education

Logan Mencke Staff Writer With the presidential election going into its final months, we have heard just about everything from the presidential nominees.  Well, everything except for what should be done regarding the issue of education.  Because there have been…

Grad creates non-profit obstacle mud run and festival

Olivia Moe Managing Editor “I have a dad that smokes cigarettes and I can see first hand what it does to your health,” said recent University Partnership graduate, Dylan Kadow. “My career revolves around not smoking and lung health.” Kadow…