A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

Officials update policy on sexual misconduct

Kerri Klatt Staff Writer With sexual misconduct flooding the news, the recent increase in sexual harassment and assault allegations seems as if the nation is finally ready to acknowledge it. “You see with the ‘me-too’ hash-tags and the sexual misconduct…

Family bonds tested by the opioid epidemic

Logan Mencke Editor-in-Chief When Josh picked up his son Peyton from Jessica’s house, he drove into Lorain and told Peyton they were just waiting for a friend when he parked the car.  As they waited there, the police arrived after…

Kitchen staff joins the fight against hunger insecurity

  Matt Gergely Staff Writer   As time comes closer towards the end of the fall semester and the beginning of winter break, some students may not be aware how lucky they are compared to many of their fellow citizens….

Veterans host Toys for Tots

Kerri Klatt Staff Writer The Toys for Tots Program is managed by The United States Marine Corps and local volunteers. The mission of the Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys to distribute as Christmas gifts to…

Contest aims to increase student involvement

Logan Mencke Editor-in-Chief Students on campus are invited to participate in a contest to design the T-shirts volunteers of Community Outreach events will be wearing during the activities next year.   The goal is to get more students involved in…

Bookstore promotes local vendor’s merch

Zac Wenzel Staff Writer Lorain County Community College has a reputation of investing in the communities surrounding campus, and is now bringing that same kind of investment to Commodore Books & More.   According to a press release, Fresh Brewed…

Study workshops arrive on campus before finals

Matt Gergely Staff Writer It has come that time of year for students on campus. After returning from a wonderful Thanksgiving with their loved ones, many students will now have to prepare for the final stretch of their fall semester….

Car accidents majority of security reports

Andre B. Malabanan Correspondent Majority of the reports in the Campus Security since the beginning of the 2017 fall semester falls under the category of ‘Motor Vehicle Accidents’. “I think a lot of it has to do with time, people…

“Legacy” showcases local artists

Zac Wenzel Staff Writer Lorain County is rich with artistic talents of all different varieties.  An art exhibit at the Stocker Arts Center on the campus of Lorain County Community College is honoring three artists in particular who have passed…

Local fire, police hold exercise on campus

Matt Gergely Staff Writer First Responders serve an important function in our society. Whether it is responding to a fire or a shooting, first responders are tasked with being the first to deal with serious events. To help train our…