Join us for lunch and hear from visiting speaker Rais Bhuiyan about the regenerative power of forgiveness and how this concept can be incorporated into anyone’s life. Following lunch, attend the LCC Civic Engagement Fair to put thought into action. Learn about and be part of community service projects coordinated by LCC student organizations and community groups.
Register for Lunch with Rais Bhuiyan: 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Civic Engagement Fair: 1 – 3 p.m., Gannon Building
About Rais Bhuiyan
Rais Bhuiyan is a peace activist and the victim of a post-9/11 shooting spree profiled in The True American by Anand Giridharadas, the current title selection for One Book #OneLCC, Lansing Community College’s community read initiative.
Bhuiyan has delivered his inspiring message to members of the European Union, German Parliament, Amnesty International and the Council on American-Islamic Relations, as well as numerous university audiences, churches, Mosques and social justice groups. He is also the recipient of several major awards, including the 2011 American of the Year (Esquire Magazine) and the Excellence for Human Service Award from United for Change, an American nonprofit dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding of Muslim issues.
ARTS269 is the cornerstone class for Art Design & Multimedia program students. Please join us for the 2015 Portfolio Night showcasing their best work!
WHO: Free and open to the public
WHEN: Thursday, December 10, 5-7pm
WHERE: Gannon Building Commons
Students! Before you finish up finals and head out until spring semester starts in January, be sure to head in to myLCC and assure your contact information is current. The College does send surface-mail to students on a regular basis, and if that surface-mail is returned to the College noting an invalid physical address or “undeliverable,” it may trigger a hold on your student account and subsequently a change in residency status. So please head in to myLCC > Banner > Personal Information > Verify and Update Addresses and Phone.
We appreciate you helping make sure your contact information is correct!
Don’t miss your opportunity to sell your textbooks back for cash! MBS will be at LCC’s Downtown and West campuses to buy back your books on the following dates:
LCC Downtown Campus
December 9 and 14 | 10 am – 7 pm
Gannon Building, Consultant Room A
LCC West Campus
December 10 | 10 am – 7 pm
Some restrictions may apply. For more information, please visit http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/lcc.htm. Additional information about textbooks is also available at http://lcc.edu/schedule/attending-class/books/.
Happy Finals Week, Stars!
Get your FREE deluxe LCC pen at Phil’s Student Store!
While you’re there, you can knock out some holiday shopping with 15% off any regular-priced item (exclusions apply)!
Phil’s Student Store is located in the Gannon Building StarZone at the Downtown Campus. Get your FREE pen at Phil’s by signing up for the email list in-store.
Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Questions? Contact Steven Derose, store manager, at 517.483.1505 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*No minimum purchase necessary. Discount excludes course packs, CATA bus passes, and gift cards.
December’s issue of Student Health 101, LCC’s interactive newsletter, is now available! Check out the newsletter here and enter this month’s drawing for $1,000: http://readsh101.com/lcc.html.