Counselors offer crisis help

Kaitlyn Lange, Lamp staff

November 6, 2018

SPRINGFIELD -- As the Fall semester begins to wind down, students are preparing to call the Advising, Counseling and Career Services office to enroll in upcoming classes, but what many students don’t realize is that these a...

Open Mic

Paul Watson, Lamp staff

November 5, 2018

The next Arts and Humanities Open Mic Event will be 11 a.m. to noon Friday, Nov. 9, in the James S. Murray Gallery, Menard Hall upper level. Lincoln Land Community College students, employees and faculty are eligible to participate....

Choir rocks in commons

Paul Watson and Ryan Zarillo

October 25, 2018

Students clapped, whistled and cheered as the Lincoln Land Community College Choir brought its Fall Concert to a close. Over 30 people attended the Oct. 24 concert in the A.Lincoln Commons. “I want people to realize how many...

Honors program hosts costume drive

Madison Mings, Lamp staff

October 22, 2018

SPRINGFIELD— LLCC’s Honors Program held an event called “BOOtique” in the A.Lincoln Commons on Oct. 20. Free Halloween costumes were available for children. There were 8 tables in total filled up with Halloween costumes...

Lincoln Land welcomes new English professor

Meredith Howard, Co-Editor

October 19, 2018

Dr. Gillian Bauer was hired in June as an Assistant English Professor at Lincoln Land Community College. Bauer taught at Loyola University for a year and at UIS for four years. Bauer spent most of her undergraduate educa...

Students enjoy campus festival

Madison Mings, Lamp staff

October 12, 2018

SPRINGFIELD— Lincoln Land Community College had its 15th annual Multicultural Fest at the Springfield campus on Oct. 3. The festival featured local exhibitors, performers and food vendors that highlighted just a portion...

Loggers learn to salsa

Madison Mings and Noah Miers

October 12, 2018

SPRINGFIELD— About 51 people got a chance to try salsa dancing in the A.Lincoln Commons on Oct. 11. Salsa Ambassador Julio Barrenzuela came to Lincoln Land Community College for Hispanic Heritage Month. The topic of the event,...

Students share at open mic

Paul Watson, Lamp staff

October 12, 2018

Slender fingers danced across six strings. A quiet soprano voice sang. Decorative appliques glittered on a half-sized acoustic guitar from the lights in the James S. Murray Gallery. An open mic event took place on Sept. 28 in...

Students share opinions on censorship

Paul Watson, Lamp staff

October 11, 2018

Sexual content. Violence. Racism. Drug use. Profanity. Pro-communism. Anti-family. These words are not referencing the latest national scandal but were used to challenge literature to get them banned from schools and librari...

McDonald dismisses apathy

Karl Densmore, Lamp staff

October 11, 2018

Professor Chris McDonald was eager to give his rebuttal to the stereotypes that are commonly held among the public that college-aged youth are politically ignorant and careless. “I don’t think young people are disinterested...

Fighting for your life

Fighting for your life

October 10, 2018

Some students see difficulty finding parking

Zach Miller, Lamp staff

October 8, 2018

Freshman Madelyn Wilson has found herself tardy and locked out of class a few times this semester. She blames a long commute -- not from home but through the confusing parking lot at Lincoln Land Community College. Wilson's...

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