Author: Elina Tin Editor: Mariia Lysikova Mateo Lamnije and Sevara Khaitmetova, representatives of StuCo, explain how StuCo can become a more active voice for the student body. Photo by Sofia Rukhadze. You don’t need to know; you just need to be here on time. Do students have a voice in LCC policymaking?  On February 12,…

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Congratulations to Stanislav-Andrii Herko, the winner of the International University Chronicle’s photo competition.  This year’s annual Klaipeda Light’s Festival (Klaipėdos šviesų festivalis) took place from February 14th until the evening of the 16th.  Check out Herko’s photo’s below: Photos by: Stanislav-Andrii Herko ⁠— ig @@_.s.n.a.p._ Let us know what you think about his photos and…

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By Maryna Barysheva Editor: Mariia Lysikova JoAnn Klandrud talking about intercultural communication. Photo taken by Mykola Muzhytskyi A home for approximately 50 nationalities, day after day, LCC campus experiences the beauty and struggle of cultural diversity. LCC Residence Halls, a representation of the multicultural environment under the microscope, is a place where students from different…

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By Cierra Steinke Photos: Cierra Steinke Editor: Mariia Lysikova On the evening of February 14th, a temporary exhibition opened about Syrian life and refugees to make an impact on Klaipėda. During Klaipėda’s busiest weekend of the season, LCC International University partnered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Klaipėda Lights Festival…

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Author: Gabrielė Malūkaitė Editor: Maryna Barysheva Photos credits: Alexandra Andriushchenko archives. Photos from New York City. In summer 2019, Alexandra Andriushchenko, a senior Contemporary Communications student worked as a barista in the USA with the help of the LCC work and travel program.  When recalling her summer in the Hamptons, Andriushchenko first thinks of an…

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Author: Gabrielė Malūkaitė Editors: Mariia Lysikova and Maryna Barysheva Photos were taken by Veronika Shevchenko Contemporary communications students attentively absorbed the information that was being given. A traditional contemporary communication informational party was held on January 31st to inform students about new faculty members and upcoming opportunities, as well as to say farewell to the…

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Authors: Vira Kravchuk and Mariia Lysikova “Why do people suffer?”, “What is the meaning of life?”, “Is there more to life than this?” are some of the questions that Alpha project participants ask and try to find the answers to every Tuesday evening. Alpha is an 11-week course connected to faith and philosophy that started…

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By Mariia Lysikova Editor: Maryna Barysheva When will LCC Internet become better? That is the question that has been bothering LCC students and staff and faculty for a long time, and the research that will get underway during the Spring semester will be able to provide some answers.   What once was a rare occasion during…

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