News Releases

BPA Students Qualify for National Conference after Big State Wins

Lake Superior College Business Professionals of American chapter members Rachel Skahl, Andrea Johnson, Beth Johnson, Richelle Murray, Natasha Prickett, Caleb Ames and Danielle Rosenberger earned a total of 25 awards at the State Leadership Conference held in Alexandria, MN February 24–26. They will join approximately 6,000 other conference delegates from across the nation to participate…

ChiliBay Silent Auction Begins April 11th

Once again, the Lake Superior College Student Senate is hoping a dollop of sour cream will become the metaphorical icing on the cake for auction winners. The second annual ChiliBay silent auction fundraiser to support the LSC StudentEssentials Fund will take place April 11-14 in LSC’s main concourse from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. each…

Lake Superior College Ad Campaign Wins National Recognition

The Lake Superior College Public Affairs and Advancement Department has received two national awards for a current television advertising campaign. LSC received a Paragon Award at the 37th annual conference of the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR). The college won a Bronze Paragon for third place in the national competition in the…

New Graphic Designer Jean Kirwan

Welcome to Jean Kirwan who has started her position as graphic designer in the Public Information Office. Kirwan is an award-winning graphic designer with experience creating both print and web publications.   She was previously employed at Advanstar Communications as an art director, overseeing design for specialized business-to-business magazines and related promotional materials. In addition to her…

Rosenstone named Chancellor of MnSCU

Dr. Steven Rosenstone, vice president for scholarly and cultural affairs, and professor of political science at the University of Minnesota, was selected Wednesday as the next chancellor of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities in a 14-1 vote by the Board of Trustees. “I am excited that we have found a leader who is uniquely…

Bill Gundersen Hired as Customized Training Representative for LSC

LSC’s Workforce Development and Community Development Division has hired Bill Gundersen as a customized training representative. Gundersen brings nearly 35 years of experience in business development and management to LSC. His business background includes co-owning and operating Gundersen Equipment and Supply Company for 14 years, and serving as division manager for Duluth’s Jamar Company for…

Mixed Blood Theatre’s “Dr. King’s Dream” Feb. 9

In honor of Black History Month,  LSC’s Diversity Committee will present a free public performance on Wed., Feb. 9, 1-1:45 P.M. of  “Dr. King’s Dream,” Mixed Blood Theatre’s acclaimed celebration of the life and career of Dr. Martin Luther King, drawn from his own writings (including the timeless “I Have A Dream”). The story is told…

MnSCU Chancellor Finalists Announced; Open Forum Schedule Released

Now that two finalists have been selected, the search for the next chancellor for the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system is heading into the public phase. The finalists are Steven Rosenstone, vice president for scholarly and cultural affairs, and professor of political science at the University of Minnesota; and William Sederburg, commissioner of the…

LSC Machine Technology Students Awarded Nearly $15,000 in New Tools

Do the tools make the student? No, but new tools are an excellent way to get Machine Technology students on the right career path. At least that’s the idea behind the LSC Foundation giving away nearly $15,000 worth of tools to eight qualified student scholars. As part of a grant program, eight toolboxes were awarded…