Upcoming 2020 concerts near the LCV

Gracyn Richardson, Editor

January 31, 2020

The new decade is bringing many different things to the table, including new events around the valley to go to for LCSC students. Ranging from Boise to Seattle, there are many upcoming concerts for LC students to go and explore. Lewiston...

LCSC scholarship opportunities

Serge Matulich, Reporter

January 31, 2020

Matulich Foundation Inc., a small family foundation that offers scholarships to students in higher education, was recently formed as a tax-exempt charity. By law, it is required to give away five percent of its endowment each...

A brief look into online dating

Mikayla Hartley, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

As Valentine’s Day approaches, love is not just filling the air, but the internet as well. The internet has been around for a short time, but it’s usage in the dating scene has been nonstop. Match.com opened up on the internet...

Mac Miller’s posthumous album graces fans in 2020

Gracyn Richardson, Editor

January 31, 2020

On January 17, the late Mac Miller’s album Circles debuted sending a ping of grief through his fans during this winter. Miller’s album was teased with the song “Good News” aired on December 27, 2019 that, to date, is...

We need these stores in the Valley… now!

Mikayla Hartley, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

Though the LC Valley is full of hidden treasures that truly make it a unique college town, those who live here, or moved here from other cities, have all had the realization that their *insert favorite store/restaurant* wasn’t...

Humans of LCSC

Caysie McGinness and Cassondra Manske

January 31, 2020

Valarie James: “I remember the last time I cried like it was yesterday, but it was actually three years ago. My great grandmother had a stroke. We took her to the hospital in Spokane where she stayed for quite a bit of time. A...

Winter spiced cranberry Sprite disappoints as replacement to Sprite cranberry

Jordan Hay, Staff Writer

December 6, 2019

The holidays are known for many things. Spending time with family, giving and receiving presents or just having time off of class. Something that may be as important as those previous things are the food and drink associated with...

Pro/Con: should colleges pay their athletes under the table?

Antonia Gutierrez and Caleb Kessler

December 6, 2019

PRO: Caleb Kessler Athletes get a scholarship for playing their sport usually. But should colleges pay their athletes on top of that? The answer to this question is “Yes, absolutely.” Listen, when one thinks about the athletics...

Op-ed: morals

Raven Alexander, Staff Writer

December 6, 2019

College is a place where you meet new people and learn about other and potentially very different moral and ethical values different from your own. You may find others that think similarly about some topics of discussion, whether...

Mass Incarceration in America

Adam Galliano, Writer

December 6, 2019

Across the state of Idaho, the ever-rising need and utilization of correctional facilities and institutions designed to house incarcerated individuals has become an important topic of discussion. Many facilities throughout the...

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