Activities & Events

Help for Misbehaving Computers

Does your computer misbehave? Are you ready to throw it out the window? The LSC Computer Club will help you troubleshoot any computer problems you may have. Bring your computer tower or laptop to Student Computer Support Days on Nov. 17 or Dec. 8 from 1- 3:30 p.m. in Room 2442 for free help. Please…

LSC Hosts Health Fair and Great American Smokeout

Students and the public are invited to a free Health Fair and Great American Smokeout event on Thursday, Nov. 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Lake Superior College Commons. More than 45 presenters will be available with free services including free chair massages, headache management help, blood pressure checks, cholesterol tests, diabetic…

Lake Superior College Online Sponsors Nordic Spirit Ski Event

Lake Superior College and LSC Online are the title sponsors of this year’s Nordic Spirit Ski Race and Tour. The event will take place on the scenic and challenging Spirit Mountain/Magney-Snively ski trail system on Sunday, January 28, 2006. The Nordic Spirit Ski Race and Tour is conducted by Duluth XC Ski Club. It features…

October Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Lisa Starr with the SMDC Breast Center will speak on Wed. Oct. 25, 10 a.m. – 1:50 p.m. on Breast Health: Cancer Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention, a topic that has touched all of our lives at one time or another. Her presentation will be held in Room E2012.

LSC Presents “Managing Knowledge for Sustainable Success”

Business Seminar with Expert Kathy Hagen The approaching widespread retirement of baby-boomers will have a significant impact on the Arrowhead region’s employers. Learn how to turn this looming challenge into a competitive advantage for your organization. An in-depth seminar on October 24 will feature Kathy Hagen of K. L. Hagen Intellectual Capital Strategies, located in…

Feel Like Climbing a Wall?

LSC now has a climbing wall that is free for everyone to use. The wall is actually a bouldering wall that requires no climbing equipment. The bouldering wall is a great place to work on climbing skills. All you need is a clean pair of shoes. The wall will be open on Mondays and Wednesdays…

Disability Awareness Speaker Matt Glowacki

Matt Glowacki, a Paralympic Sit-Volleyball team member for eight years, a small business owner, and professional speaker, was born without legs. Just listing those things might put him in the classification of motivational, but he just views his life as normal. Matt’s simple motto is, “Walking is overrated!”? His message to people is “Please don’t…

BPA Students Dish It Out at Chili Cookoff

The Business Professionals of America club ran a chili booth at the United Way’s Chili Cook-off held recently at the DECC. Pictured are: left to right, BPA faculty adviser Barb Struck, Sarah Byers, and BPA President Jennifer McDade.

Student Senate Conducts Election Day Voter Registration Drive

LSC’s Student Senate conducted a voter registration drive in the commons on primary election day, Tuesday, September 12. Forty-two students registered to vote during the 4-hour event. Thanks to Student Senate President Nicole Verdugo, Minnesota State College Student Association (MSCSA) Vice President Jordan Brandt, and MSCSA Representative Maggie Jonas for organizing the session.