Welcome Week Volunteers Needed

The Public Relations and Marketing office is looking for volunteers to assist at the “welcome table” in A. Lincoln Commons during the first week of fall classes. Help students get a great start to the semester by providing directions, handing out student planners and answering a multitude of questions.

To sign up, add your name to this Welcome Week sign up sheet or contact Amy Flynn at amy.flynn@llcc.edu.

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Grades due Monday

A reminder that all grades for Summer and Mod 6 courses are due Monday, August 1, by noon.  Grades should be submitted online via WebAdvisor.  Please contact Susan Mendenhall with any questions at 786-2424.


The deadline to submit your deposits to the Finance Department is TODAY, Wednesday, July 27 at NOON. As a reminder, if you’ve taken in funds, it is necessary to submit them and corresponding deposit slips to the Finance Department on a daily basis. Please hand the deposit to Elyse Calhoun, Libby Elder or Robin Ackman as monies should not be left unattended. If you have questions, please contact Elyse at ext. 62204 or Robin at ext. 62762. Thank you!

Subway closed next week, adjusted hours in August

Subway restaurant, located in the lower level of Menard Hall will be closed the week of Aug. 1. They will reopen Aug. 8, with the following hours:

  • Week of Aug. 8 – Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Week of Aug. 15 – Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • Week of Aug. 22 – Normal hours for the semester of Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m.-3 p.m. resume

Murray Gallery installation closes Thursday

Stop by the James. S. Murray Gallery  to view an installation by artist Jeff Miller called “The Worker Line.”  It’s only open through the end of this week, July 28.

The Worker Line art installationThis is one of few installations over the years in the gallery space, and is designed to envelop the viewer into an environment. About this piece, Miller says, “The struggle of ambition against the realities of faceless labor has been a driving force in my art. This body of work draws from labor-based jobs that exist within a hog slaughtering plant located in my hometown. ‘The Worker Line’ consists of a single, life-size woodcut block that provides a layered, printmaking-based installation project. The piece touches on the consequences of giving into failure and lack of identity within factory settings. The juxtaposition of these topics combined with a mixed-media approach provides an alternative method with which to approach issues concerning working class struggle.” Continue reading