Nancy Sweet, culinary operations manager, prepared a Southern favorite, fried green tomatoes, on this morning’s WICS Sunrise program. Click below for the recipe!
Andrew Dewey, LLCC’s commencement speaker, was interviewed by WLDS Radio (click HERE to hear the story) and the Jacksonville Journal- Courier regarding his commencement speech and his journey from rehab and homelessness to an associate degree. Read the Journal-Courier article HERE. Read the speech HERE.
The Brian McMillen Walk/Run Saturday attracted over 500 participants and was covered in this story on WICS. Craig McFarland, financial aid advisor, was interviewed.
Amber Berman, program assistant, Student Life, penned this essay for the State Journal-Register, published May 25, entitled “Dare to step up and step out.” Amber was recently named “Campus Advisor of the Year” by United Way Worldwide.
The SJ-R story on Karla Martin, LLCC’s Outstanding Graduate, was picked up by the Daily Lumina News from the Lumina Foundation and distributed nationwide Friday, May 16.
Craig McFarland, financial aid advisor, was interviewed on Sports Radio 1450 yesterday regarding the 7th Annual Brian McMillen Run/Walk on Saturday, May 25. There’s still time to register!
Jolene Adams of the Culinary Institute demonstrated Green Citrus Smoothies on WICS Midday yesterday. Here’s the recipe!
Julie Rourke, director, Workforce Development, was interviewed by the SJ-R for an upcoming story on the use of plastic bags vs. reusable bags.
Dr. Paul Hudson, professor of business, was interviewed by the SJ-R for a story this Sunday on LLCC Outstanding Graduate Karla Martin.
Karla Martin, LLCC’s Outstanding Graduate, will be featured in the State Journal-Register Sunday, May 11 in the Our Towns section. She was interviewed yesterday by reporter Tamara Browning.
Mary Beth Ray, director, Career Development Services and interim director, Advising and Counseling, wrote this essay with tips for starting a job search for the State Journal-Register Our Towns section on Sunday, May 4.
Lesley Frederick, vice president, Student Services, was interviewed by WICS on the Illinois Veteran’s Grant and its cost to LLCC due to lack of funding from the state of Illinois.
NOTE: Due to an unfortunate camera angle taken by WICS, the three flagpoles in front of Menard look like one pole with the MIA flag on top. As we all know, there are three poles and our police department always follows proper flag etiquette.