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Minority entrepreneurs showcase their ventures
Mark Poalson JRNM 151 Known as the month of love, February boasts popular holidays such as Groundhogs Day and Super Bowl Sunday. February also kicks off Black History Month, a time to celebrate Black Culture, heritage, and African American history….
LCCC strives to recruit athletes, expand programs
Mark Poalson JRNM 151 LCCC’s Athletic Department strives to excel in recruiting and expanding it programs. For the past 35 years, Jim Powers has made it his mission to keep this tradition alive. Powers wears many hats. He is the…
Electric charging stations planned as part of sustainability plan
Sharayah Goodwin A Correspondent Tucked away on the eastern end of the North Parking Lot-6, the unimposing Plant Services building could be easily overlooked. Inside the building, Leo Mahoney, director of Physical Plant and Construction Management, has been hard…
Grappling with school post Columbine
Destiny Torres Executive Director Generation Z have never known a world without the fear and anxieties of a shooting happening at their school. They were born into an era shaped by Columbine and Sandy Hook, and have grown up wincing…
Ringing in the holidays, even overseas
Destiny Torres Executive Editor Every year, people all over the world celebrate the spirit of the season by sending holiday cards to family and friends alike. But at Lorain County Community College, students and staff spread the cheer a little…
Stressed? You are not alone
Destiny Torres Executive Editor For most students, college is viewed as a time of liberation, a time to find themselves and learn what they want to do with the rest of their lives. But for others, college is filled with…
Silent halls full of ghosts: The story of the Silent Witness Exhibit at LCCC
Lauren Hoffman Editor-In-Chief Robin Nelson and her family of boys Gavin and Liam, and daughter, Brianna, of Elyria, had big plans for the summer. Having just celebrated July 4, Nelson and her children planned on finishing out the summer before…
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