Thursday, April 27, 2017

College captures advanced animation equipment

Connor Heaton Reporting correspondent cheaton@jccc.edu Recently, the college received funding for a new cutting-edge piece of equipment designed to improve and expedite the animation process for both...

Performing Arts Series delivers true talent

Annie Beurman Reporting Correspondent abeurma1@jccc.edu When it comes to a new season for the college’s theater department, a lot of work goes into making sure every show...

Jerry Nerman dies at 97

Nell Gross Editor-in-chief ngross1@jccc.edu Jerry Nerman, the namesake of the college’s Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, passed away on the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 28 at age...


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BREAKING: Nerman Museum’s namesake dies at 97

Staff reports Jerry Nerman, the namesake of the college's Nerman Museum for Contemporary Art, has died after a battle with pneumonia. He was 97. According to...

Phi Theta Kappa to induct new members

Morgan Lamb News editor mlamb9@jccc.edu For students considering getting involved with the community and college while performing at a high academic level, the honors society Phi Theta...

Here’s what we’re working on for our next print edition

The next print edition of The Campus Ledger will be published Thursday, March 9. Editors, reporters and photographers are hard at work, conducting interviews...

Students participate in Valentine’s Day activities

Valentine’s Day was celebrated on campus this year by students with blood donations, a flower sale and a baked goods fundraiser. The Community Blood Center...

Students compete in ‘Canstruction’ benefit event

Rebekah Lodos Special to The Ledger Students constructed a life-sized, 3-D model of the college’s logo from canned food at Oak Park Mall in early February....

Students, faculty respond to Trump’s travel ban

Aaron Rhodes Editor-in-chief arhodes2@jccc.edu President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Jan. 27 halting travel from seven Muslim majority countries in the Middle East and Africa....

Faculty members visit Topeka in support of firearms ban

Kim Harms Sports editor kharms3@jccc.edu Members of the college’s Faculty Association, along with other colleges and public institutions, traveled to Topeka on Jan. 26 to share their...
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