Students and faculty debate online vs. remote learning

Odesca Gibbs, Lamp writer

October 23, 2020

Schools and universities have banded together to offer students the chance of taking their classes in person or online. While this has become the "new normal", not everyone is as accepting of this change as others. Which do people...

Esports grows audience on Twitch

Richard Bailey, Assistant Editor

October 22, 2020

Springfield resident Trevor Haworth begins his videogaming routing with a "nice biscotti." "It's part of my lucky gaming routine," Haworth said. Haworth plays the game Overwatch, and he's put in the time and effort to reach...

MultiFest goes Virtual

MultiFest goes Virtual

October 14, 2020

LLCC and Memorial Health System announce plans to address nursing shortage

LLCC Press

February 20, 2020

LLCC to accept 90 additional nursing students per year; renovate building for new nursing center  SPRINGFIELD – Officials of Lincoln Land Community College (LLCC) and Memorial Health System (MHS) today announced a nursing educat...

Springfield locals deal with disease

Alicia Blood, Lamp writer

December 5, 2019

There are times when we find ourselves at a point where we hit a roadblock in life. For some people, it is finding out that they have cancer, while for others it is making changes to their life due to Chron’s disease. Living w...

Nursing student saves life

Tess Peterson, Assistant Editor

December 4, 2019

On Tuesday, Oct. 15 Lincoln Land nursing student Maggie Jacobs responded to an emergency, when others might not have. As part of her nursing program Maggie does her clinical work at St. John’s hospital in Springfield.  She was on her break i...

Professor gives back to overseas schools

Austin Sanderfield, Lamp writer

December 3, 2019

Peter Embalabala didn’t know much about the United States at 21 years old and arrived for school in Michigan. The LLCC math professor left Kenya to study at Spring Arbor University. He was given $37 and the three plane tickets...

Riggle finds his “way back home”

Rebecca Littrel, Lamp writer

December 2, 2019

You always find your way back home. That saying is all too true for Lincoln Land Athletic Director Ronald Lee “Ron” Riggle Jr. Riggle has been LLCC’s athletic director for 22 years, but before he took on that job and...

LLCC English students write for change

Megan Davis, Lamp writer

November 21, 2019

Going from classroom to classroom every day at school can be mundane. English Professor Alison Stachera had assigned a routine reading of “Refugee” by Alan Gratz in her English 099 class. She noticed an art show opening...