A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

President search committee narrows contenders to 12

Keith A. Reynolds Editor-in-Chief   The search for Dr. Roy Church’s replacement as president of Lorain County Community College is proceeding on schedule according to the chair of the Presidential Search Committee. In a statement released after their latest meeting…

World religion teacher pens new textbook

Kristin Hohman Features Editor Lorain County Community College’s Dr. Young Woon Ko, an associate professor in the Philosophy and Religion Department,  recently published Understanding Religious Diversity: A Journey into Religions of the World. “I was writing this book for my…

Racist graffiti found in bathrooms

Rebecca Marion Ad Manager Dr. Dan Cleary, associate professor of English at Lorain County Community College, was appalled by the sight of a racial slur, the n-word, written in two men’s bathrooms in the Stocker Center and the University Partnership….

Expansion and renovations planned for campus

Charlotte Weiss Staff Writer Lorain County Community College prides itself on being a hotbed for manufacturing and technological advancement in the world of higher education, and is taking another step toward being a prevalent resource for students and community members…

Muslim Student Association raises fund for Syrian refugees

Charlotte Weiss Staff Writer Waking up to the sound of gunshots and the vibrations of bombs is a frightening reality that those living in Syria face every day. At the Muslim Student Association’s presentation at Lorain County Community College on…

Discovering You encourages confidence in women and girls

Kristin Hohman Managing Editor   Lorain County Community College will be the host of ‘Discovering You: A day of inspiration, education, and healing for women and girls on Oct. 31. The event is set to be held at the Spitzer…

Dr. Church Retires

Keith A. Reynolds Editor-in-Chief   “It’s been a wonderfully gratifying tenure as President at Lorain County Community College. I have loved our students, I have loved our faculty, our staff, the collegiate environment is very special and we are—myself and…

College administrators assure students are safe

By Keith A. Reynolds Editor-in-Chief The nation was shaken yet again by a mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in southern Oregon on Oct. 1. Such scenes of death and destruction seem all too familiar these days, but this particular incident…

LCCC hosts University Partnership open house to inform students of opportunities

Kristin Hohman Managing Editor  The University Partnership at Lorain County Community College held its first open house On Sept. 10, giving students and their families the opportunity to explore degrees offered through the UP program. Comprised of nine public and…

Students Gather to Remember September 11th

By Keith A. Reynolds It was a day that left deep scars across not only the landscape of New York, but also within the hearts and minds of the entire nation. As we looked on in horror, the world was…