LCC Connect radio
LCC Board of Trustees
Mixology class preview
Historians discuss 'Sandlot'
Gannon gym to reopen
Holiday food drives
Wonderland of Lights
StarScapes fall 2022
Native American Heritage Month
Silver Bells in the City
LAND writing contest
Students honored by coaches
Pizza with Professors
Veterans Day festivities
RSV causes concern
First-generation students honored
LCC Livingston County Center
Silver Bells preview
First generation students
Women in Linework
LCC east campus info
Men of Color in Trades
Toys For Tots
Becoming Joshua book
Mental Health Awareness
LCC board of trustees
Student senate may be created
NPR radio show
LCC west campus offerings
Reading with Historians
Michigan State Capitol
Mental health seminar
Historians at the Movies
Voter registration at LCC
Constitution Day preview
Get flu and COVID shots at LCC
LCC Library services
LCC gym renovations
Centre for Engaged Inclusion
LCC has online store
Student Advisory Committee
Layne Ingram on panel
LCC book club
LCC police services
Party with the Prez a hit
New Gannon ramp opens
Food options at LCC
LCC to host Welcome Week starting Aug. 18
Former Lookout editor earns awards
Student Compliance at LCC has new headquarters, new liaison
New LCC parking ramp
Andrews is new associate dean at LCC
LCC celebrates PRIDE month in June
Dr. Tanya Bailey to be receive ACE award
LCC has new clothing store
Local agencies teaming up to combat human trafficking
Former LCC President Dr. Brent Knight inducted into community college hall of fame
No cash policy to start at LCC
Spring StarScapes features students' work
LCC History Program hosts “Visiting History Scholars”
Finals Frenzy is May 2 through 9
LCC students present at LAND writing conference
LCC to host in-person graduation May 12
The Lookout newspaper wins nine awards
Visiting History Scholars event is April 28 and 29
New Technology Lab brings creative space to LCC library
LCC Jazz Band to perform in Williamston
Podcast Power Up contest begins
LCC to celebrate Earth Day
Academic advising at LCC
PTK member makes history for LCC
HHS has new dean
By Julie Newell Editor in Chief LCC will be hosting its annual spring StarScapes event from April 25 to 29. The event started in 2014 and was inspired...
By Arianne OlayinkaStaff Writer A pinning ceremony for the Women Inspiring Leadership through Empowerment (WISE) group was held Thursday, March 17...
By Julie NewellEditor in Chief The Spring Art Awards is now accepting submissions from any currently enrolled LCC student through April 24. “The...
By Arianne OlayinkaStaff Writer At the LCC Board of Trustees most recent meeting on Feb. 21, the board spent more than an hour discussing the college’s...
By Julie NewellEditor in Chief LCC recently announced that it has started the process of going cashless for student payments. “In an effort to...
By Chloe GreggAssociate Editor “We’re Better Than THAT” is a partnership between LCC’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Public Safety...
By Julie Newell Editor in Chief LCC President Dr. Steve Robinson has started a new event called “Pop-Up with the Prez.” During the events, he...
By Jacob ZokvicStaff Writer This story is a look back to exactly 20 years ago, into the archives to the Feb. 4, 2002 edition of The Lookout. 20 years...
By Jacob ZokvicStaff Writer Dean of Student Affairs Ronda Miller recently spoke to The Lookout about what is available to students at LCC. Miller...
By Julie NewellEditor in Chief LCC’s year 2000 softball team is being inducted into The Greater Lansing Area Sports Hall of Fame. The induction...
The spring semester will go ahead as planned at LCC, with COVID-19 mitigation protocols in place. Some on-site in-person classes will continue to...
Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 17 will begin the celebration of Racial Healing and Transformation Week at LCC. The Office of Diversity...
The Mid-Michigan Women's Expo is coming back to Lansing for its 22nd year from Feb. 11 to 13. The event will include activities, shopping, seminars...
"LCC Connect" officially launched Jan. 8. Listeners can catch the voices, vibes and vision of LCC on this newly designed station. "LCC Connect is...
The Lansing Community College Foundation received its largest donation from a living donor on Thursday, Dec. 9. Thomas and Patricia Zuhl gifted $250,000...
"From Intention to Action: A National Conversation on DEI," took place virtually on Wednesday, Dec. 8. LCC Chief Diversity Officer Dr. Tonya Bailey...
The construction project for the new Gannon Building parking ramp remains underway. Students will have to continue to find other places to park for...
The recent food drive on LCC's campus was a success, with 529 food items donated. The food drive was hosted by: Men About Progress (MAP) and its leadership...
"Courageous Conversations," with LCC Chief Diversity Officer Dr. Tonya Bailey, was set in motion during the fall of 2020. The two-hour virtual sessions...
Radio station WLNZ and Michigan Radio (WUOM) made a deal on Nov. 15 that saved WLNZ from going off the air due to lack of funds. This agreement was...