Choosing two-year colleges

Megan Davis, Lamp Staff

October 4, 2019

Imagine you’re attending a family reunion, and one of your relatives brags about how her daughter will be attending Yale University. Then, she asks you where you will be going next year. When you tell her, you plan to attend...

LLCC student gets first White House tour after 9/11

Austin Sanderfield, Lamp Staff

October 3, 2019

Kala Grigg was at volleyball practice on a Tuesday morning in 2001. The eighth-grader from Aurora said it was interrupted when the coach came into the gym to tell the players that the World Trade Center had been hit by an airplane. The...

Redefining the “nontraditional student”

Regina Ivy, Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2019

Bruce Beard found himself back in college while much older than his classmates, but he came back because he wanted to help his son with the math homework he was doing.  He is not alone in returning to Lincoln Land, where t...

Music club begins year with new officers, new advisor and more plans. 

Paul Watson, Lamp Staff

September 30, 2019

The Music Performers, Patrons, Plus (MP3) club members have selected officers, made plans, recruited new members, and enlisted Professor Jason Waddell to replace Adjunct Professor Melinda Kay as faculty adviser.  The officers for th...

Loggers Activities Board Presents ‘Coffee with a Cop’ in A. Lincoln Commons

Regina Ivy, Editor-in-Chief

September 28, 2019

On Tuesday, September 10th the Loggers Activity Board presented us with an event titled "Coffee with a Cop." The event ran from 10-2 in the A. Lincoln Commons. While you were there you had the opportunity to grab a donut and a...

A Smart Start to college

Rosanna Cravens, Editor-in-Chief

September 6, 2019

As a child, most people can remember longing to be an adult. The freedom, the independence and the culture of maturity call out like a siren’s song, rushing youth through their 'good old days.' Adulthood is often marked by the...

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