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LSC Choir and Strings Presents Candlelight Carol Concert

What: LSC Candlelight Carol Concert When: Tuesday, December 14 @ 7:00 p.m. Where: LSC Atrium Need a little spring in your holiday step? Here’s one way – stop by Lake Superior College’s annual high-energy holiday season “Candlelight Carol Concert” on Tuesday, December 14 at 7 p.m. in LSC’s Atrium. The concert will present both the…

Student-created robots duke it out again at LSC on December 14th

Each fall semester, students enrolled in Lake Superior College’s Integrated Manufacturing program design and build robots as part of a competitive classroom challenge. For this year’s challenge, the students need to maneuver their robots carefully enough to transport two paper cups filled with water a distance of approximately 20 feet – in the shortest amount…

LSC to Host 11th Annual Throw-a-thon Dec. 3-4

Wheels are spinning again this December, as students and area artists will use their creativity to fight hunger in the region.  Members of the Lake Superior College Art Club are conducting a “Throw-a-thon,” creating hundreds of ceramic bowls in support of Duluth’s “Empty Bowl” project, an annual event to raise money for Second Harvest Northern…

MnSCU Main Office to Eliminate 41 Positions by July 1, 2011

The Office of the Chancellor for the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities will reduce its budget by $4.2 million and eliminate 41 positions by July 1, 2011. The budget change is due to an anticipated reduction in state funding for fiscal year 2012, and it comes on top of budget reductions to the system office…

Lake Superior College Receives $103,000 Grant to Equip Physical Therapy Lab/Community Clinic

(Duluth,Minn.) —  When spring semester begins, Lake Superior College physical therapist assistant students will experience a big upgrade to their lab and clinic training equipment. Lake Superior College has been awarded an $103,000 federal grant to equip its Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) program and Physical Therapy Clinic.   The grant, from the Health Resources and Services…

Lake Superior College Achieves Record Enrollment

Lake Superior College (LSC) set an all-time enrollment record when classes started on Monday, August 23.  College officials expect to achieve at least a one percent increase in students enrolled this fall, an improvement over last year’s record enrollment. They also expect to increase full-time equivalent enrollments (FTE).  FTE enrollment is important to the institution…

LSC Announces Partnership with City, Public Schools for ‘Duluth Academy’

An unprecedented partnership between the City of Duluth, the Duluth Public Schools and Lake Superior College was announced today that will create an innovative educational, workforce development and community enrichment hub called The Duluth Academy. Mayor Don Ness, ISD 709 Superintendent Keith Dixon and LSC President Patrick Johns described the many advantages The Duluth Academy…

Dr. Kathleen Nelson Named President Emeritus by MnSCU

The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees have awarded president emeritus status to now-former Lake Superior College president Dr. Kathleen Nelson, along with three other former MnSCU college presidents. “These presidents have served their institutions and the system well. Each of them can be proud of the accomplishments during their tenure at the…