Monthly Archives: November 2016

Be the best gift-giver in the history of gift-giving

The best gift-givers shop at Phil’s Campus Store. Why? Because they are the smartest. Save 20% off regular-priced items in store when you spend $20 or more.

Sweatshirts, t-shirts, hats, gloves, ice scrapers, notebooks, folders, pens, fancy pens, pencils and other awesome, stylish gifts for your favorite Star. New apparel just arrived!

This excludes CATA bus passes, stamps, clearance, course packs, and gift cards.

Happy Holidays!



LCC Radio brings Martians to Dart Auditorium for Silver Bells in the City

Silver Bells in the City returns to Lansing tomorrow, and LCC Radio 89.7 FM will cap-off the celebration with another annual radio play.

This year, the station will present Santa Claus vs. the Martians, a radio play written and directed by LCC Broadcast Services Manager, Daedalian Lowry. The play is an adaptation of the 1964 movie, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, which was written by Paul L. Jacobson with the original story by Glenville Mareth. It is a light-hearted holiday tale where the children of Mars have grown sad and listless. In a desperate attempt to make the children happy, the leader of Mars kidnaps Santa Claus so that he can bring Christmas joy to Earth’s neighboring planet.

Since 2005, Lansing Community College’s WLNZ has offered listeners and audiences alike the opportunity to experience the Golden Age of Radio; when families would gather around the speaker to listen to stories that could only unfold through the imagination of their mind. Previous WLNZ radio plays have included It’s a Wonderful Life, Scrooge, Miracle on 34th Street, Casablanca, The Great Christmas Caper, and A Suessified Christmas Carol.

“Truthfully, Santa Claus Conquers the Martians is often considered to be one of the worst movies ever made,” Lowry said, “When I adapted it for radio, my goal was to add a little more humor for those who have never seen it while at the same time, keep the basic storyline intact for those who appreciate the awkwardness of an old B-movie like this one.”

For this year’s production, LCC Radio will be working in conjunction with Audio Air Force, a Lansing-based radio theater preservation group, and the LCC Concert Choir will be providing music.

The event takes place after the Silver Bells fireworks (at about 8 p.m.) tomorrow in Dart Auditorium. The show also will broadcast live on 89.7 FM. Admission to the radio play is free; however, as a non-profit station, LCC Radio will accept donations at the door. Free light refreshments will be provided.

Give back to your community with Phi Theta Kappa food and winter clothes drive

PTK will host a food drive to benefit the LCC Stars Helping Stars Pantry, which provides food to LCC students in emergency situations. The drive will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 28 and Thursday, Dec. 1 in the Gannon Building, across from CASE Credit Union.

We will be accepting nonperishable food, personal hygiene products, hats, gloves, scarves and monetary donations. Thank you for your generosity!

The November issue of Student Health 101 is now available!

The direct link to the newsletter is:

Student Health 101 – November Issue

  • Enter to win $1,000 – Provide feedback and get entered for a chance to win $1,000
  • Better U – Mind your Mind, November to-do list, Ask the Experts, Thing of the month
  • Pillows For A Purpose
  • Moscow Mule Mocktail
  • Ultimate life hack: How to make time work for you
  • Happy spending: How to budget for a better you
  • Vaping: What we know so far & what we don’t
  • Being stalked? 8 ways to help a friend
  • Motivation validation: Who and what are you here for?
  • Self-Care Quiz: How to avoid what’s going around

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 for more information.