A Student Publication of Lorain County Community College

Microbiology students combat HIV

Tim Krezman Staff Writer Microbiology students at Lorain County Community College have come one step closer to being able to combat HIV. Microbiology professor Dr. Harry Kestler has been working with students at LCCC for about 10 years studying a…

Coping with clinical depression

Randolph Digges JRMN 151 Students Last in a 2-part series Depression leaves many people feeling as if they cannot function and live productive lives. However, there are numerous ways to combat depression, including psychotherapy and antidepressant medication. There are a…

Students enjoy murder mystery dinner

Danthea Redwood Contributor On Friday, Nov. 8, Lorain County Community College hosted the annual International Dinner. The Student Senate began planning this event at the end of October and worked daily to put it all together.The event included dinner, a…

Students navigate book costs

Traci Kogut JRNM 151 Student “I bought my textbook for a penny on Amazon,” said Arnita Marn, a non-profit administration major at Lorain County Community College, who described how she saved a significant amount of money for a textbook that…

LCCC bridges the work force gap

Traci Kogut JRNM 151 Student “Technology and automation are going to be replacing more and more people every day,”  said Lorain County Commissioner Matt Lundy. “There are some folks who are just aren’t willing to go through the training they…

Student, staff, and community give thanks

Lorain County Community College served the community with warm hearts and dedication during its annual Thanksgiving Dinner held in the Spitzer Conference Center on Nov. 23. Rochelle Fairley, the Administrative Assistant for Student Life coordinated the free family-style dinner in…

Coping with clinical depression

Randolph Digges JRNM 151 Student I look the same as any other student at Lorain County Community College. I don’t have any noticeable deformities, scars, or markings. But, according to the general public’s opinion, I am flawed. That is because…

Suicide on campus: Cause and effect

Kristin Hohman Editor-in-Chief Second in a 3-part series   “I had a very long standing battle with bipolar disorder and clinical depression,” said Lorain County Community College student Andrew Krause. “My problem there was that I let it go without…

Graphic design class engages in competition

Kent Springborn Jr. Throughout this semester, Dennis Ryan’s  class has been preparing for a competition. Each fall, Ryan has his Graphic Design 2 class participate in a business competition to gain an understanding of developing a business concept, product, or…

Rush headlines LCCC stage

Renee McAdow Staff Writer The week of Oct. 10-15, former Rockette and playwright Joanna Rush, along with Tony-nominated director Lynne Taylor-Corbett, brought their productions of “Kick (It’s not how high, it’s how strong)” and “Accidental Mummies” to the Cirigliano Studio…