A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

Post 9/11 generation learn about attacks from parents, the internet, history class

Lauren HoffmanJRNM 151 September 11, 2001. The date alone conjures the images of smoldering Twin Towers and it crumbling to the ground. The day will forever go down in history as one of the worst attacks on American soil, and it…

Students say “yes” to in-person classes, put up with masks

JRNM 151 The first-day college jitters are compounded by mask mandates on campus. While many students are excited to be on campus, an uncertainty only three months ago, the new COVID-19 guidelines and the looming mask policies do not hold…

Dean Douglas chosen for national presidential fellowship

Special to The Collegian The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program today announced that Denise Douglas, Ph.D., Lorain County Community College’s dean of social sciences and human services, has been named to the prestigious Aspen Rising Presidents Fellowship. Douglas is one…

Medical Mutual makes $1-million gift to LCCC

Special to The Collegian More Lorain County Community College students will have access to life-changing programs and support thanks to a $1 million gift from Medical Mutual. This gift to the LCCC Foundation represents the largest single corporate gift in…

LCCC wins 11 honors from Cleveland Press Club

Anthony LaRosaEditor-in-Chief The Collegian took eight honors and the Boom Radio won three honors in the trade/2-year school category in 2021 All Ohio Excellence in Journalism Awards, hosted by the Press Club of Cleveland on June 24. Oscar Rosado, the…

Education secretary Cardona says LCCC grads set an example to the nation

Anthony LaRosaEditor-in-ChiefIn 2020, Courtney Crell graduated from Avon High School, and a year later she was among the 1,854 Lorain County Community College graduates who were honored at the virtual graduation commencement today.U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, Ph.D., and…

Dedication to students keep Ballinger going strong even after 30 years at LCCC

LCCC President Ballinger, Ph.D.

Kestler finds his calling at LCCC

Ethan LindenbergerJRNM 151As a 10–year-old, Harry Kestler, studied his medical books looking for information about rheumatic fever. This is where the immune system responds to the earlier strep throat or scarlet fever infection and causes a generalized inflammatory response. But…

LCCC sets example of gender equality

Taylor Anderson, Courtney Crell, Anthony LaRosa, Dylan Rice, Oscar Rosado and Alyssa Watson Journalism students Only 30 percent of the nation’s colleges and universities have women as presidents, according to a 2017 study by the American Council on Education. Lorain…