A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

Juried art show features student talents

Aaron Lazar Contributor/JRNM 223 student The opening reception for the 2014 Juried Student Art Show took place on April 4 in the Beth K. Stocker Art Gallery. Entries were submitted from Lorain County Community College students who are currently, or…

Career Fair at LCCC sees hiring increase

Sonal Dhiman Staff Writer Smartly dressed, resume in hand and a confident stride – that’s all that it took for students and community members to score interviews and callbacks at the LCCC Career Fair. The Career Fair, an annual event…

President’s Forum engages student community

JRNM 223 students “These types of forums help us hone in on what the Vision 2.0 priorities should be,” Tracy Green said during this semester’s President’s Forum. Green is the vice president of strategic and institutional development. The President’s Forum,…

STEMM Symposium promotes science disciplines

Kimberly Teodecki Contributor Lorain County Community College hosted a Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Medicine (STEMM) Symposium Friday, Apr. 4. Early college students were encouraged to take part in the symposium that consisted of seven LCCC staff members and current…

Tuition lock guarantee for students

Sonal Dhiman Staff Writer Full-time students at LCCC can take advantage of the tuition lock guarantee when they enroll in fall 2014 and spring 2015. The District Board of Trustees, in a board meeting on March 27, adopted the tuition…

Students gaze skyward in aviation class

Aaron Lazar JRNM 151 student Deciphering sectional charts, navigating the different classes of airspace, learning about varying weather patterns, and understanding basic aeronautics and principles related to safe flight are just some of the topics a group of Lorain County…

LCCC celebrates the rich heritage of the black community

Sonal Dhiman Staff Writer “This is not the kind of history that is stored in a museum. It is an eternal heritage that must be remembered each day of our lives.” It is with these words Pastor Ray Robinson from…

Core:Tech hosts technology workshops

Brandon Lucarelli JRNM 151 student Core:tech, located inside of the campus bookstore, will be offering informative workshops on laptop, phone and software troubles. All sessions offered are completely free of charge, but are limited to six participants. In order to…

Theater department hosts information session for Career Week

Olivia Moe Contributor Career Week kicked off for the Lorain County Community College Theater Department on March 3. Despite the intimate audience of two people, the session was filling for both minds about the future of the theater world. “Show…

Minimum wage sparks debate

Alex Delaney-Gesing JRNM 151 student During President Barack Obama’s 2014 State of the Union address in January, he declared his intentions to raise the national minimum wage to $10.10 an hour by the second half of 2016. In a weekly…