Wheel throwing instructor Dan Schmitt glazes a ceramics piece in Building 10 during open lab hours, where many of his students were busy finishing final projects. He advises students to “[keep] track of deadlines. Once you missed [them] then you’re out of luck. That’s kind of a big thing.”
Wheel throwing instructor Dan Schmitt glazes a ceramics piece in Building 10 during open lab hours, where many of his students were busy finishing final projects. He advises students to “[keep] track of deadlines. Once you missed [them] then you’re out of luck. That’s kind of a big thing.”
Dancers halt in the grand finale of the dance recital held at Ragozzino Performance Hall on Dec 1, 2015. The Lane Concert & Chamber Choirs, the Music Showcase and the Acting Showcase will follow on Dec. 3, 4 and 5 respectively. For more information check the Performing Arts box office online at www.lanecc.edu/perarts/online-box-office.
Dancers halt in the grand finale of the dance recital held at Ragozzino Performance Hall on Dec 1, 2015. The Lane Concert & Chamber Choirs, the Music Showcase and the Acting Showcase will follow on Dec. 3, 4 and 5 respectively. For more information check the Performing Arts box office online at www.lanecc.edu/perarts/online-box-office.
Engineering students Drew Dymock, Jon Weiser and McKenzie Meldrum (left to right) practice turning physical situations into mathematical equations in preparation for their final exams in Physics 211. “The class is extremely hard. The average grade on the test is a D,” Dymock said, hoping he’d do well. “Six people got B’s on the last one.”
Engineering students Drew Dymock, Jon Weiser and McKenzie Meldrum (left to right) practice turning physical situations into mathematical equations in preparation for their final exams in Physics 211. “The class is extremely hard. The average grade on the test is a D,” Dymock said, hoping he’d do well. “Six people got B’s on the last one.”
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