President Steve Robinson goes one-on-one with LCC Alumni to find out what they've been up to since leaving LCC, learn what inspires them and how they are paying it forward.
This fascinating show takes you on a journey across LCC to explore the inspired collection of art & sculptures located on our campuses and surrounding areas.
At Home with Economics explores business, workforce, and community development initiatives to better understand how they affect our daily lives.
This show provides early insight into the concept of building the voices, vibes and vision of LCC Connect.
You’ll learn more about baseball team training regimens, nutrition plans, and what motivation student-athletes must have to get to the next level.
Community Convos explores the impactful changes and the developing resources that contribute to community growth. Join the conversation, as we give you the who, what, when, where, and why on all things Mid-Michigan.
Who doesn't love sharing knowledge over a good cup of tea? Equi-Tea is designed to provide you with tips on issues surrounding Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to enhance your everyday life.
Galaxy Forum takes a look at the creative work in LCC's classrooms and on campus, and how it connects to the community in terms of citizenship, economics, community building, and helping students achieve their dreams and participate in community life.
This is a mental health podcast about raising the ceiling on our own personal capabilities. Learn ways to improve or maintain your mental health by hearing the experiences of others and learning from mental health experts on a variety of topics.
Hear from faculty, staff and students about their experiences in our programs or career fields, what students should know, the careers a degree/certificate can lead to and the great work being done in classrooms, labs and clinics across the college.
A show where LCC student Brittany Bell takes you on a journey to break down the subjects that most of us want to talk about, listen to or be part of. Sit back, relax and chat with Brittany!
Hosted by David Siwik, each episode explores a different topic such as the people, businesses, neighborhood communities, buildings, and other phenomena that make up the history of our college and region.
Michigan History Moment™ is a weekly three-minute radio program that focuses on people, places, and events in Michigan's past. The program is written and recorded by Michigan History magazine and the Historical Society of Michigan staff.
A program that shines the light on individuals fostering positive change within our community, our cities, and our world.
Hear from Stars Athletic Director Greg Lattig and Baseball Coach Steve Cutter as they dive into topics that are key in building successful sports programs and other issues that affect student-athletes.
Learn about how our students overcome adversity to reach their goals and build connections to last a lifetime. Each episode offers tips, tricks and actionable advice to be successful as a Star.
President Steve Robinson talks with LCC faculty and staff to find out the cool and interesting things that they know, how those ideas apply to daily life and share that expertise with you!
Luci Solis brings you inspiring stories from our local community who have overcome adversity. You’ll learn about the events, opportunities, and resources available in our region in addition to interviews with community members and short segments featuring the mayor of Lansing!
A new, innovative student news radio show based out of East Lansing. Each episode consists of rotating student panelists from local college news organizations.
Learn the IT and LCC PD tips and tools that keep our campus safe that you can use in your everyday life.
Resources and services for students are highlighted in the short segment. Join Ronda Miller, Dean of Student Affairs, every other week as she kicks off each episode welcoming you into the Zone... The StarZone!
The program is presented by the Lansing’s Capital Area Blues Society, a non-profit blues organization dedicated to the promotion of, preservation of, and education about the blues.
Washington Square On-Air takes you on a literary journey of poetry and fiction and introduces you to the authors and creative minds behind each piece of work.
Ever wonder what it's like to work at LCC? Listen in on discussions with faculty and staff about what brought them to LCC, what keeps them here and the passion projects in their lives at work and at home.
Highlighting and celebrating the people in our community involved with books, writing, and publishing.
LCC Connect is the voices, vibes and vision of Lansing Community College. Offering hours of exciting, original programming and hosted by faculty, staff and community members, LCC Connect explores our college's work in the community, important topics in higher education, and our vision for the future.