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Vinyl Record Club continues to spin

Vinyl Record Club

Members of the LCC Vinyl Record Club hold some of their favorite albums during a recent meeting.  Courtesy photo

Juanita Kelly-Hill

By Juanita Kelly-Hill
Staff Writer

The Vinyl Record Club at Lansing Community College is active again this semester to share the universal language of the world: music.

Meeting every other Thursday in the Adult Resource Center in the Gannon Building from 5:30 to 7 p.m., the Vinyl Record Club members come together to bond over a variety of jams and pizza.

Recently, the club has been trying to curate events that members and students can attend, according to Club President Tyler Reck. 

“We’re looking into setting up fundraisers so we can host events and trips for the club,” Reck said. “We’re looking at going to Third Man Records to see how vinyl records are made.” 

Reck said the group also has been traveling to local record shops before the beginning of meetings. 

Due to COVID and recent events, the club hasn’t been able to host many events, according to Club Secretary Simon Medina.

Medina talked about one of the events the club has participated in on campus.

“There was a RSO night a few weeks ago where all the student orgs and clubs came out,” Medina said. “We brought out the turntables and spoke with potential members. It was a really fun experience.” 

Medina said he would love to see the club be able to host more events for its members, and travel to Detroit to see that city’s vinyl record shops.

The club’s co-advisers are LCC President Dr. Steve Robinson and Sarah Eubanks. For anyone interested in joining the Vinyl Record Club at LCC, contact Eubanks at or visit the official website here.



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