Two Logger volleyball players receive national recognition!

The NJCAA has announced post-season honors and two LLCC volleyball players have received awards!

Kiersten Anderson, sophomore from Springfield, was named a First Team All-American.  She becomes the second-ever Logger volleyball player to be named All-American in each of her two seasons on the court.

Also named was Addie Patton, sophomore from Mackinaw, who was selected to the Second Team All-America squad. A two-year starter for the Loggers, Patton also found her way into the Logger leader tables.

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Kiersten Anderson

Kiersten Anderson

Addie Patton

Addie Patton

Life, LTD, accident and critical illness/cancer forms due tomorrow

Open enrollment is wrapping up for the voluntary benefits listed below. Required forms must be turned into LLCC Human Resources no later than 5 p.m. on Dec. 13, 2017. Please read each section below carefully for more information on what you need to do.

Long-Term Disability Insurance: A personalized enrollment form has been sent to your home. If you are a current LTD plan participant, please note that you must complete the enrollment form if you wish to continue your coverage. If we do not receive your form, your coverage will end Dec. 31, 2017.

Life Insurance: During open enrollment, you have an opportunity to increase your life insurance coverage. A personalized enrollment form has been sent to your home. Your personalized form contains your current coverage information to assist in your decision making process.

Critical Illness/Cancer and Accident InsuranceTHIS YEAR ONLY — no approval process required. Requested coverage is approved automatically. Read information about critical illness and cancer coverageaccident coverage, an enrollment form and instructions for completing the enrollment form, if you wish to participate in one or both of these insurance benefits. Current plan participants are not required to complete the enrollment form if they wish to continue their coverage.

If you have any questions, please contact LLCC Human Resources at 786-2214.

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End-of-month deposits due Thursday before noon

The deadline to submit your deposits to the Finance Department is Thursday, December 14th BEFORE NOON! Please hand the deposit to Elyse Calhoun or Robin Ackman as monies should not be left unattended.

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.

If you have questions, please contact LLCC Student Accounts at 786-2480. Thank you!

“Call for stories” for Feb. 17 performance

LLCC Arts and Humanities has issued a “call for stories” for a performance the evening of Feb. 17 entitled, “What We Talk About When We Say Love.”

“We are looking for individuals to write and deliver original stories or monologues on any aspect of love,” said Dr. Deborah Brothers, professor of English. “The stories can be about familial, platonic or romantic love – positive or negative – and be up to about seven minutes long.” For inspiration, she suggests listening to podcasts including the Moth Radio Hour, Snap Judgment or This American Life.

Stories should be composed in a Word document and emailed to deborah.brothers@llcc.edu by Wednesday, Feb. 1. Writers should indicate whether they will read their own story or prefer an LLCC theatre student to read for them.

Dr. Brothers will inform everyone who will participate in the show by Friday, Feb 3.  

LLCC Big Band holiday concert tonight

The LLCC Big Band’s holiday concert, “There’s Something Going on in Bethlehem,” begins at 7:30 p.m. this evening at First Christian Church, 700 S. 6th St., Springfield. The concert is free and open to the public.

The band, under the direction of Jane Hartman, LLCC professor of music, will perform big band and holiday favorites, such as “You’re Just Too Good to Be True,” “Angels We Have Heard on High” and “Christmastime Is Here.”

Donations will be taken at the concert to benefit the LLCC Student Life Food Pantry. A list of needed food and non-food items is available at www.llcc.edu/food-pantry-list.

“It’s Not Just Black and White” runs through Dec. 14

Michelle SmithThe James S. Murray Gallery at LLCC is featuring the exhibit, “It’s Not Just Black and White,” an achromatic work in graphite and charcoal by Michelle Smith, through Dec.14. The exhibit is open weekdays from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Smith, who teaches drawing for LLCC Community Education, is a member of the Springfield Artist Collective and the Colored Pencil Society of America. She won the Best of Show award twice in the Chatham Area Public Library Annual Winter Art Exhibit.

"Let It Go" by Michelle SmithShe says of her LLCC exhibit, “Life is what inspires me to draw. I believe there is so much in our daily living that just screams ‘put me to paper!’ and that is what I try to portray in my work. Creating art is creating communication: intellectual, emotional and even spiritual communication with the viewer.

“The ‘It’s Just Not Black and White’ exhibit is a very good representation of my artistic inspirations. The title alone lends itself to the deeper issue of life; most things are not as simple as they first appear to be. I believe it is the duty of art to point out those things that we either go completely blind to or take for granted.”

Read more about Smith, the James S. Murray Gallery and its exhibits at www.llcc.edu/james-s-murray-gallery.

Finals week makeup testing center hours

Students may take final exams in the LLCC Center for Academic Success makeup testing center during the hours listed below. They must bring a photo ID, and all tests must be completed by closing time each day. No tests will be proctored on Friday, Dec. 15.

Monday, Dec. 11, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 12, 9 a.m.- 6 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 13, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 14, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

Faculty have until 11 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 15 to pick up exams from the testing center. Any exams remaining after 11 a.m. will be placed in the faculty member’s on-campus mailbox.