A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

Pulitzer winner shares powerful wartime stories

Zac Wenzel JRNM 151 Student The lives of fallen servicemen and the emotions experienced by their families echoed in the words of Pulitzer Prize Award winning journalist, James Sheeler, at Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Cinema Hall on April 3….

Suicide prevention walk hits home for two students

Zach Srnis Special Correspondent The campus of Lorain County Community College hosted the Out of Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention on April 22. The national event is sponsored by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), an organization that is…

Area addiction crisis persists

Stephanie Weber JRNM 151 Student Lorain County struggles to fight the constant battle of drug use and overdoses that have managed to consume and overpower a large part of the community. Michael Plas, 38, and current Lorain County Community College…

Prof. aims to inform using inmate art

Rebecca Marion Managing Editor Dr. William Kimberlin, a psychology professor at Lorain County Community College and clinical psychologist, aims to continue sharing his experiences with death row inmates in several of his upcoming projects. After the success of his first…

Lorain Writers Society celebrates Poetry Month

Kayla Petro JRNM 151 Student The Lorain Writer’s Society at Lorain County Community College hosted their annual “Pizza, Pop & Poetry” event on April 18. Students and faculty gathered in the lobby of the Culinary Building for the celebration of…

Earth Day promotes sustainable lifestyles

Kerri Klatt Contributor Lorain County Community College students and staff celebrated Earth Day on April 21. The celebration was to bring awareness to environmental issues and to promote ways to become proactive in preserving the Earth, and discovering new ways…

Campus located on professor’s family farm

Madison Tromler JRNM 151 Student “Sometimes I hear my grandfather, Howard Moon’s radio going off and I know he is playing around with me,” said Dr. Hope Moon, professor and interim dean of the allied health and nursing division at…

Former Marine discloses experiences

Kristin Hohman Editor-in-Chief Although he was never deployed overseas, death was unceasing for former Marine Sergeant. Tim Lilley. Currently a human resources management major at Lorain County Community College, Lilley served in the Marines from 2008 until May, 2016. Besides…

Food insecurity in students

Kristin Hohman Editor-in-Chief Poverty on campus: Second in a three-part series “When I was a student, I certainly didn’t want to tell people I didn’t have access to food,” said Kei Graves, a student success coach and former student at…

Security prepared for any emergency

Gina Hamby JRNM 151 Student About 18 years ago, David Hatcher heard about an open security position at Lorain County Community College. Excited by the opportunity, he accepted the job. Now, almost two decades later, Hatcher is LCCC’s lead security…