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LCC’s Got a Talent: University’s Best Artists Performing on Stage

2009-11-23

Dancing, singing, performing, comedy routines, musical instrument playing, poetry reading, martial arts. It is not a list of things one must learn in a lifetime, rather it is a list of the talents LCC International University's students and staff members have. On Friday, November 20th, already a tra...

Premiere of “The Crucible”: A Broadway-worthy Theatrical Performance

2009-11-17

Three evenings in a row. Three times Arthur Miller's theatre production "The Crucible" directed by Dr. Rebecca Briley was performed on the stage of the Neufeld Hall. Three times LCC International University's community had a chance to watch their peers and colleagues acting live. November 13, 14 and...

LCC’s Own Actors Are Ready To Get On Stage For ”The Crucible”

2009-11-03

Three evenings in a row. Three times Arthur Miller's theatre production "The Crucible" directed by Dr. Rebecca Briley will be performed on the stage of the Neufeld Hall. Three times LCC International University's community will have a chance to watch their peers and colleagues acting live. November ...

LCC Will Become Home to Movie Festival “Ad Hoc: Inconvenient Films”

2009-11-03

From November 5 to 8 LCC International University will once again host the human rights oriented movies festival "Ad Hoc: Nepatogus kinas" ("Ad Hoc: Inconvenient Films"). Even though in previous years the university was one of the several other locations chosen for the festival program, this year LC...

LCC Sets a New Record in the Business Simulation Competition

2009-11-02

LCC International University's students have done it again and ranked extremely high in the international Glo-Bus business simulation competition. This time John McQuaig's Business Strategy Simulation students have gone even further - they have hit the record as not one, but three of LCC's teams ran...

Dr. Jerry Holsopple’s Exhibition: What the Eye Can’t See

2009-10-21

After the success of the photography exhibition "Rebuilding Afghanistan" that was organized by LCC International University in collaboration with the Bureau of the Canadian Embassy in Vilnius the university once again pleased the fans of photography art and opened the exhibition "What the Eye Can't ...

Masquerade at LCC: Welcome the Pirates of the Caribbean!

2009-10-12

A cocked hat, a knife, a compass, love of freedom, some courage, the unwillingness to follow the established rules and don't forget a tattoo on your arm - this is what you need to become a pirate. However, if you do not have all that, but still are eager to be a pirate, LCC International University'...

LCC Initiates a Friendly Neighborhood Project to Help a Local Kindergarten

2009-10-02

LCC International University continues to be involved in various social projects to help local communities. This time it was decided to give a helping hand to a neighboring kindergarten "Varpelis". The exterior of this educational institution has been continuously damaged by local vandals - particul...

The Wet Drama: Who Is the Winner of the Ugly Duckling Cup?

2009-09-29

Already a tradition, an Ugly Duckling Cup was held on 24th of September on the pond by the Neumann Hall. There is a legend behind the event, which explains why so many young people want to take part in the competition. It goes like this: Once upon a time three battling pirate gangs inhabited the mag...

Open Forum Series: Three Different Looks at Today’s Afghanistan

2009-09-28

Already at the opening of the international photography exhibition "Rebuilding Afghanistan" it was announced that LCC International University is going to expand the Afghanistan theme and invite everyone to the open forum series dedicated to this struggling country. So, two weeks after the official ...