The Board of Trustees seated a new student trustee at its meeting Wednesday evening.
Brandon Lewis was elected by LLCC students to represent them on the Board of Trustees. He received his oath of office from LLCC Board of Trustees Chair Craig Findley. Lewis will serve a one-year term and replaces retiring student trustee Madison Baker, who was honored for her year of service and student leadership.
Trustees were also introduced to newly-elected LLCC Student Government Association officers: President Carrie Darr, Vice President Amandeep Kaur, Springfield; Treasurer Nouriath Adouke Lawani, Springfield; Public Relations Officer Catherine Wittler, Williamsville; Business and Technologies Representative Keith Treadwell, Springfield; Social Sciences Representative Jonathan Davis, Springfield; and Representative-at-Large Emmi Fisher, Springfield.
Lorie McDonald, Director of LLCC Litchfield, was named the Lella M. Schaaf Advisor of the Year at the annual Student Recognition Ceremony, April 26. Lorie advises the Litchfield Student Club. Congratulations!
Matt Shaver, professor of digital media, and Mason Carroll, video game design student, were interviewed by WICS regarding the first Video Game Design Tournament held yesterday in A. Lincoln Commons. A large crowd enjoyed trying out the student-designed games and voting for their favorites.
The Human Resources office is currently advertising for an Student Academic Support Programs Coordinator. Complete information on these positions can be found on the HR Employment site.
The Ag Club is selling three picnic tables that were built in ag mechanics class this semester. The cost per table is $150. Each table is eight feet long and can seat 8-10 people. They are made with treated lumber and galvanized hardware. Guaranteed not to tip! Offering free delivery in the Springfield area.
I would like to thank everyone at LLCC for the support and kindness after the passing of my mom, Aggie Mahkovtz. The cards, emails and memorial donations to the Carlinville Hospital Lifeline and the Liz Rozenberger Scholarship meant a lot to me and is very much appreciated.
Born on a Blue Day: A Memoir, by Daniel Tammet
Available at the library: http://vufind.carli.illinois.edu/vf-llc/Record/llc_64834