A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

Senate seeks credit rollover plan

Rebecca Marion Ads Manager Lorain County Community College’s Student Senate is proposing a credit rollover program to benefit students.  Ben Bennett, Student Senate President, compares the concept to AT&T’s  rollover plan. “If you’re a student taking 15 credit hours, you…

Community honors fallen officer – LCCC grad

Andrew Krause JRNM 151 “He had one hour left in his shift,” Rey Torres Jr. said. During that hour, on Sept. 15, Torres’ first cousin, Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Kenneth Velez, was killed in the line of duty. Velez, who graduated in…

Campus remembers fallen, honors heros on 9/11 anniversary

    Kristin Hohman Editor-in-Chief On Monday, Sept. 12, the Lorain County Community College campus came together to honor and remember those lost during the attacks of September 11, 2001. Members of the LCCC Student Senate accepted thank you notes…

Scholarship created in memory of LCCC staffer

  Randolph Digges JRNM 151 Lorain County Community College staff member, Bob Flyer, passed away Sept. 2 due to cholangiocarcinoma, cancer of the bile ducts. For the past two years, Flyer, 68, held the position of the Assistant to the…

Pushing for a Presence

Michael Flanigan JRMN 151 Attend an event on the Lorain County Community College campus, there is a good chance the Student Senate had something to do with it. The Student Senate acts as a bridge between the students and the…

Society of Women Engineers partners with U.S. Army

By Kerri Klatt JRNM-151   Lorain County Community College’s Society of Women Engineers and the United States Army have joined together for three programs starting fall semester to improve army recruitment and retention rates. These programs are provided at no…

Dryden selected as interim provost

Tim Krezman Staff Writer Dr. Jonathan Dryden was named the Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic and Learner Services when Dr. Marcia Ballinger was selected as Dr. Roy Church’s successor as Lorain County Community College president. Dryden said there…

Campus construction leads to innovation

Andrew Krause JRMN 151  As many students know, the Nord Advanced Technology (AT) building has seen an addition to its existing structure growing since February. A trip down Enterprise Drive, along the western face of the campus of Lorain County…

Collegian receives seven Press Club awards

Kristin Hohman Editor-in-Chief Lorain County Community College’s student-run newspaper, The Collegian, received seven accolades in the 2016 Excellence in Journalism Awards. The awards will be presented by the Press Club of Cleveland at a banquet on June 3 at the…

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…