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Laurel and Hardy Fan Club Returns

LSC Student Life hosts the Sons of the Dessert, the Laurel and Hardy Fan Club, at 7 p.m. on Friday, September 7. The group screens the films of Laurel and Hardy and other vintage films. Their meetings are open to the public and free.

Hanna Erpestad Named Interim Dean at Lake Superior College

Lake Superior College has named Hanna Erpestad Interim Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences. She will administer and lead the college’s Liberal Arts and Science Division, supervising more than 100 full and part-time faculty members. She will serve in that role as LSC conducts a national search to fill the position. Erpestad, an English instructor…

Dog Paddlers Do Well at Dragon Boat Race

The LSC Husky Dog Paddlers had a great day at the Lake Superior Dragon Boat Festival on Saturday, Aug. 25. A few employees and quite a few enthusiastic students helped lead the Dog Paddlers to new heights in the Festival. Kudos go to team captain Tonya Borgeson and to Student Life for sponsoring the team.…

Classic Cars Come to Campus

The Lake Superior College Auto Club held its first annual Car Show on Saturday, May 5. The event attracted dozens of classic cars including the 1957 Ford Farilane and 32 Ford Coupe shown here.

Final Computer Support Day of Spring Semester

The Lake Superior College Computer Club will host its final Computer Support Day of spring term on Friday, May 4, from noon until 4 p.m. Members of the club will be available to help repair or troubleshoot any computer problems you may have or answer software-related questions. Bring your computer tower or laptop to room…

Art, Poetry, Music, Classic Cars, and Running Thrills Coming Soon

Lake Superior Writers’ Series Come to the Lake Superior Writers’ Series Final Event! An open reading on Tuesday, May 1, at 7 p.m. with a receptionin the Minnesota Room, LSC Library. Share prose or poetry – yours or someone else’s. Each reader will have up to five minutes. To get on the reading list, contact…

Lee Andresen Working on New Book

History instructor Lee Andresen recently traveled to Washington D.C. where he conducted research for his sabbatical project on the music of the American labor movement. While there, he spent time at the Labor Folklore Division of the Library of Congress and the American Labor Heritage Foundation. Andresen is in the process of amassing a “bibliodiscography”?…

Faculty Celebrate Three Years of Service

Five faculty members at Lake Superior College celebrated after receiving word that they had passed their three-year probationary period. The five are (from left in photo) Diana Kostrzewski (Nursing), Damon Kapke (English), Kirsi Halonen (English), Victoria Hutson (Art), and Bill Dryborough (Math). A reception was held in their honor on April 12 and was attended…

LSC Celebrates Earth Day

Lake Superior College will celebrate Earth Day on Wednesday, April 18. A wide array of activities are planned. The schedule includes: Campus Cleanup — 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. – Outside Meet at the flag pole and pickup a garbage bag. Turn in your full bag for treats and an opportunity to win prizes. Prize…

Tony Ferguson to Participate in Chinese Exchange

Tony Ferguson, adjunct art instructor and noted regional artist, has been invited to China by the government to teach at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art for a month in June, translate and develop highfire glazes into a usable form for use in the school and government factory, and participate as an artist in the…