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Books, Textbooks, Music, Movies, and Games $1-5 at the Big Book Bash

The Library’s annual used materials sale, the Big Book Bash, is one of the best values in town! From cookbooks to academic texts, items range in price from just $1-$5. With nearly 10,000 items to choose from, the Book Bash is a great place to find gifts for friends and family and maybe even a textbook you need — seriously!

Get Your Pre-Sale Ticket Now!
Snag a free ticket to our exclusive Big Book Bash Pre-sale to get your hands on the best selection of this year’s sale items, connect with fellow students and LCC employees, and enjoy a light refreshments.

5:30-7:30 p.m.
Friday, November 4
LCC Library

Public Sale November 5-9 during regular Library hours

Visit lcc.edu/bookbash for more information.

The June issue of Student Health 101 is available!

Click to view the June newsletter.

Featuring:

 

 

 

  • BetterU: mind your mind, contributor spotlight, ask the experts, app of the month
  • Microtravel: How to get away without going away
  • How to have an actively awesome summer: Turn your fitness dreams into reality
  • Tuning in how you learn: Can music help your grades?
  • Yes, they will Google you: How to be proactive with your online presence

The Golden Age of Broadway Comes to LCC! 

Scenes and songs from what’s considered to be Broadway’s Golden Age will be presented April 15-16 at 8 p.m. in LCC’s Black Box Theatre. The culmination of the work done by the Spring semester Music Scenes class, students will be singing and dancing from Damn Yankees, On the Town, Guys and Dolls, Bye Bye Birdie, South Pacific, Kiss Me Kate and The Pajama Game.

Professor Kelly Stuible-Clark explains that this Golden Age ran roughly between 1943-60, an era taking America from the end of World War II to the beginnings of the turbulent Sixties. “These shows focus on family, country, home, and traditional values,” Kelly said, and these themes are part of the scenes in this show. Performances are free.

Click here for more information.

High School Degree Completion Program Now Enrolling

The High School Degree Completion Initiative allows students to take classes at LCC, taught by LCC instructors. In return, students will be able to receive a high school diploma from their host high school and earn college credits.

The program is currently accepting applications for Fall 2016 enrollment. For more information attend an information session and visit http://www.lcc.edu/hsdci/prospective/

Information Sessions for Fall 2016
(August-December 2016)

DATE TIME LOCATION EVENT
April 6, 2016 4pm-5pm Mackinaw Building Room 206 Information Session
April 13, 2016 3pm-4pm Mackinaw Building Room 224 Information Session
April 20, 2016 4pm-5pm Mackinaw Building Room 224 Information Session
April 27, 2016 3pm-4pm Mackinaw Building Room 224 Information Session
May 4, 2016 4pm-5pm Mackinaw Building Room 224 Information Session
May 11, 2016 3pm-4pm Mackinaw Building Room 224 Information Session
May 18, 2016 4pm-5pm Mackinaw Building Room 224 Information Session