When four walls fit five cultures: Cultural diversity in the LCC dorms

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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The realities of working in the USA

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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Answering the Unanswerable Questions: Alpha Project is Back in Campus

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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Three Countries, One Culture

Author and photographer: Vira Kravchuk Editor: Mariia Lysikova Katherine and Sam Handal from Honduras raise the flag of their country. Presenting cultures from around the world by emphasizing their uniqueness and cultural richness is the main goal of Cultural days at LCC. Representatives from Kyrgyzstan, Japan, and Honduras performed on the recent Intercultural event on…

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Balmy weather attracts crowd to the first chapel

IUC covers chapel event at LCC International University held outside

By Stanislav-Andrii Herko Chapel outside? Why not? That’s what LCC International University did recently to open its 2019-2020 academic year. “It’s an LCC tradition to organize the first Chapel of the year outside,” said Joel Altena, chaplain, who joined LCC this year. “Being outside gives a lot of exposure to chapel, besides, what’s better than…

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