“The Clouds of Utopia” book signing today

The clouds of utopia. David SykesThe LLCC Press and LLCC Bookstore will host former Professor of Physics Dave Sykes for a book signing in A. Lincoln Commons today, Sept. 5, from 2-4 p.m. Dave will be signing copies of his book titled “The Clouds of Utopia” published earlier this year by the LLCC Press with the cover designed by Greg Walbert, graphic design manager. Come by and get your signed copy for a reduced price of $15 during this event.

“The Clouds of Utopia” book signing tomorrow

The clouds of utopia. David SykesThe LLCC Press and LLCC Bookstore will host former Professor of Physics Dave Sykes for a book signing in A. Lincoln Commons on Thursday, Sept. 5 from 2-4 p.m. Dave will be signing copies of his book titled “The Clouds of Utopia” published earlier this year by the LLCC Press with the cover designed by Greg Walbert, graphic design manager. Come by and get your signed copy for a reduced price of $15 during this event.

Bookstore closed June 26 and 27

The LLCC Bookstore will be closed Wednesday and Thursday, June 26 and 27, for the annual audit and physical inventory. All bookstore services will be suspended during this time; however, online ordering will remain available. Bookstore operations will open again on Monday, July 1.

Bookstore closed June 26 and 27

The LLCC Bookstore will close next Wednesday and Thursday, June 26 and 27, for the annual audit and physical inventory.  All bookstore services will be suspended during this time; however, online ordering will remain available. Bookstore operations will open again on Monday, July 1.

Dave Sykes’ book, published by LLCC Press, available in LLCC Bookstore

The clouds of UTOPIA. David SykesThe latest publication from the LLCC Press, “The Clouds of Utopia,” written by retired LLCC physics professor Dave Sykes, is now available for purchase. This is Sykes’ first novel, a work of fiction about retired engineering professor Arthur Rotterham and his experience with atomic testing in the South Pacific. This palm sized book, edited by David Leitner, Ph.D., professor of English, and with cover design by Greg Walbert, graphic design manager, is perfect for a summer-time read.  See more or purchase at https://tinyurl.com/yxkdfrff.

The book is also available from Amazon at https://tinyurl.com/y3hmhr2h.

A book signing will be held in the fall.

LLCC winners of Paul Simon Essay Contest

Please join us in congratulating this year’s LLCC winners of the Paul Simon Essay Contest. Our first place winner will be forwarded on to the statewide competition for a chance to win a $500 scholarship. Congratulations to our local winners, and good luck, Ashley, in the state contest!
 
First place: Ashley Berry
Second place: Tyler Berola
Third place: Emily Russel
 
Thank you to the LLCC Foundation and the LLCC Bookstore for donating prizes.

GradFest continues today

Summer and fall 2018 graduates and potential spring and summer 2019 graduates are all eligible to participate in Commencement 2019 on May 17, 2019. Students can purchase their caps, gowns and tassels for only $25 at GradFest, which continues today, March 21, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in A. Lincoln Commons. After GradFest, students can purchase their caps, gowns and tassels from the LLCC Bookstore — in-person or online.

GradFest March 20 and 21

Summer and fall 2018 graduates and potential spring and summer 2019 graduates are all eligible to participate in Commencement 2019 on May 17, 2019. Students will be able to purchase their caps, gowns and tassels for only $25 at GradFest, which is being held today and tomorrow, March 20 and 21, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in A. Lincoln Commons. After GradFest, students can purchase their caps, gowns and tassels from the LLCC Bookstore — in-person or online.

GradFest March 20 and 21

Summer 2018 and fall 2018 graduates and potential spring and summer 2019 graduates are all eligible to participate in Commencement 2019 on May 17. Students will be able to purchase their cap, gown and tassel for only $25 at GradFest.  GradFest will be held March 20 and 21 in A. Lincoln Commons from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. After GradFest, students can purchase cap, gown and tassel from the LLCC Bookstore — in-person or online.

Paul Simon Essay Contest

Please encourage students to enter this year’s Paul Simon Essay Contest. An essay of 500 words or less on the topic “How my community college changed my life” gets students entered to win cash and other cool prizes, courtesy of the LLCC Foundation and Bookstore. The local winner will be entered in the statewide competition for the chance to win a $500 scholarship. Students can schedule appointments in the LLCC Writing Center to get help with their essays. Submissions are due by 3 p.m. on March 15. See the 2019 Paul Simon Student Essay Contest flyer or contact the Writing Center for more information.