A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

Students applaud LCCC at graduation ceremony

Jay Sigal A Correspondent   Six-hundred-fifty students became Lorain County Community College graduates when they crossed the stage of the Ewing Center Gymnasium to receive their diplomas from Dr. Marcia Ballinger, president of Lorain County Community College, on May 12….

Workshop raises awareness of abusive relationships

Maria Alejandra Rey During the Escalation workshop on April 6, a One Love Foundation initiative showed case the importance of recognizing the initial signs of an abusive relationship, in a movie with a real life scenario in which a college…

Press Day leads aspiring journalists to LCCC

Event offered students info on journalism, educational opportunities on campus Kerri Klatt Staff Writer Emma Roth    Abigail Doane JRNM 151 Students “The freedom of your country rests of the freedom of the press,” said Jeff Harris, news director of…

Student senators aim to improve campus life

Andre Malabanan Staff Writer In preparation for the new set of student leaders in the upcoming Academic Year 2018-2019, student senate elections were held by the Office of the Student Life on April 23, which ran until April 27, with…

Christian group votes to become official club

Jeffrey Braden JRNM 151 Student A familiar scene at Lorain County Community College’s Starbucks is the weekly Gathering of the Coalition for Christian Outreach. Students going to get their coffee will see members of the CCO hosting a poll on…

Campus Walk raises suicide awareness

Kerri Klatt Staff Writer A United States Navy Seaman, Joseph M. Nash, was an Eagle Scout, artist, 1998 Elyria High School graduate, and most importantly, a son, brother, and cousin. Nash was only 20 years old when he committed suicide…

Event launches students into finals

Story by Matt Gergely Staff Writer With finals around the corner, the NeoLaunch Net program hosted an event that was “a way to reach out to college students as well as a way for our current students to have a…

Collegian wins six Press Club awards

Logan Mencke Editor-in-Chief Lorain County Community College’s student-run newspaper The Collegian won six Press Club awards. Collegian Editor Logan Mencke’s article “No ‘right’ turn on campus” won two awards; Best Print Feature Story category and Best Online Report category.  Sports…

Widespread voter apathy spells concern for the mid-term election

College-aged eligible voters refusing to participate in the voting process a constant reality Matt Gergely Staff Writer As many people are unhappy with the recent climate has been chaotic and constantly changing, the same could be said about the current political…

Campus survey provides info for better handling of sexual misconduct

ODHE aims to rid sexual violence within Ohio college campuses Kerri Klatt Staff Writer With April being Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a survey released detailed how dire the sexual assault situation is within colleges. According to the Association of American Universities,…