President Obama Visits Lorain County Community College

President Obama Visits Lorain County Community College

April 18, 2012

Lorain County Community College was proud to serve as a host for the President’s visit to the area on Wednesday, April 18, 2012. 

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Reporters from the LCCC student newspaper The Collegian assisted local media collecting information and writing stories about President Obama’s visit to LCCC on Wednesday, April 18. Reporters Karl Schneider, Valerie Morris and Jim Tomerlin contributed stories about local mayor’s reaction to the President’s visit and Mitt Romney’s campaign bus appearance the same day. Click here to read articles

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