“Give Kids a Smile” Day Provides Dental Care to Fifty-One Kids

The Lake Superior College Dental Hygiene Clinic provided dental care to fifty-one children on Friday, Feb. 5 during “Give Kids a Smile” Day. Eight dentists and 31 other volunteers conducted 51 exams, 48 restorative procedures such as fillings and crowns, and extracted four teeth, among other care. “We see a lot of people from the community every…

February 3 One Campus, One Book Events Kick off

OtherWesMooreBookCover-300x223February is “I Love to Read Month”, and LSC is celebrating with the One Campus, One Book program. This year’s book is The Other Wes Moore, about two boys who grew up in hardscrabble Baltimore with the same name, similar backgrounds, and very different
futures. On Wednesday, February 3, LSC students, faculty and staff can pick up their own free copy at the kick-off, which runs from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the student life kiosk near the library. A Campus book club and other events focused on The Other Wes Moore will be held each week in February. Check the Library’s Page for the full schedule of events.

Free Holiday Choir Concert with Guests DSSO’s “Sinfonia”

Songs of joy, mystery and celebration to honor the holiday season will be featured at the free Lake Superior College choir concert on Tuesday, Dec. 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the college’s Atrium. Free parking is available on campus. The LSC Concert Choir will perform under the direction of Patricia Dorn with accompanist Patrick Colvin. The…

LSC Art Club Hosting Throwathon Dec. 4-5

Throw a bowl, feed a hungry human. Students with Lake Superior College’s Art Club and area artists will use their creativity to fight hunger throughout the region during an upcoming Throw-a-thon Dec. 4-5. This fund-raising activity will support Duluth’s “Empty Bowl” project, an annual event to raise money for Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank.…

Dec. 9 reading by award-winning alumni Amy Fladeboe

LSC alumni Amy Fladeboe will read from her new novel on Wed., Dec. 9 from 4-5 p.m. in the Erickson Library’s Minnesota Room and host a discussion. Fladeboe’s work explores themes of home, identify, coming of age and immigration. She is a recipient of a Minnesotate State Arts Board grant for her writing.