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The Chronicle

The Chronicle

Updates on the SGA
Jasmine Rivera-Roman, Staff Reporter • September 30, 2022
Eric Polanski, Student Government Association president, speaks on his goals for the 2022-2023 school year.
Lt. Harlan, sitting in his desk in his police uniform. He has his hands folded in front of him casually and is smiling lightly at the camera.
CLC Officer on Gun Violence
Brenna Burr, Staff Reporter • September 30, 2022
Growing Demand for Automotive Technichians
Danielle Broege, Staff Reporter • September 30, 2022
A professional headshot of professor Jason Rodgers. He is outside against greenery, smiling lightly at the camera.
Jason Rodgers, New DMD Professor
Jasmine Rivera-Roman, Staff Reporter • September 30, 2022
Professor Jason Rodgers started his career at the College of Lake County in 2019 as a part-time adjunct Instructor in the Digital Media and Design department.
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A photograph of a gas stations price sign. The cheapest available is $4.19 a gallon.
Inflation’s Effect on CLC Students
Kourtni Weldon, Staff Reporter • September 15, 2022
Photo courtesy of Pixabay
Why you should incorporate mindfulness into your life
Laura Evenson , Opinion Editor • May 14, 2022
Kaveh Akbar
Kaveh Akbar hosts poetry reading at CLC
Laura Evenson , Opinion Editor • May 14, 2022
Photo courtesy of Pixabay
Incorporate diversity to your media consumption
CJay Wenceslao, Staff Reporter • May 14, 2022
A logo signed by senator Paul Simon. This is an award for campus internationalization.
Films to Look Forward to
Kourtni Weldon, Staff Reporter • September 30, 2022
Every year at CLC, film coordinator and professor Chris Cooling shows a few films for students. This semester there is an emphasis on international films.
The logo for the James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts. The logo is dark teal and bright green.
James Lumber Center Announces Fall 2022 Season
Castor Basa, Editor-In-Chief • August 30, 2022
A four panel colored comic titled Art as a part of daily life. The first panel shows a person in a museum sitting on a bench and gazing at art. This panel is saturated in blue and grey tones. The caption reads Many consider art to be impractical. The second panel shows a man standing in a museum staring at art. This panel is also grey and blue. The caption reads what can you do with a painting? The third panel shows a person shaping a piece of pottery on a wheel, now colored in light orange and brown tones. The caption says however, ceramics bridges that gap. The fourth and final panel shows a person painting a mug with a bright orange flower at the center. This panel is colored in vibrant oranges and warm colors. The caption says bringing art and magic into every day!
CLC's Spring Ceramics Sale
Castor Basa, Cartoonist • April 13, 2022
An air purifier, a silver machine about the size of a space heater. It looks futuristic.
Improving Air Quality in Classrooms
Rhea Hechanova, Staff Reporter • September 30, 2022
Lindsey Nemcek, CLC’s public relations manager, spoke up on the importance of the new appearance of air purifiers on campus.
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A wide shot of the outside of CLCs Fitness Center.
Fitness Center Now Offering Classes
Rhea Hechanova, Staff Reporter • September 15, 2022
Sam Garcia
COVID-19's impact on college sports
Chase White, Sports Editor • May 14, 2022
Free baseball on clay field . Photo courtesy of Rawpixel.com
New MLB negotiations may change the game
Brenden Nielsen, Staff Reporter • April 13, 2022
Two bowling balls. Photo courtesy of Flickr
For a Good Cause: Clearbrook Fundraiser Event
Chase White, Sports Editor • April 13, 2022