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LSSC's South Lake campus recently held their annual Fall Festival, complete with sand art, apple twists and corn hole games.
College does not kill religious beliefs; it refines them with fire. It is here, for the first time, that many of us have been taught how to think. We shouldn’t be afraid of this; we should embrace it.
Lake-Sumter State College invited high school students and members of the community to LakeHawk Preview Day at the Leesburg campus to get a glimpse of what it’s like to be a LakeHawk.
Employers from 16 different companies participated in the job hiring event hosted by the Career Development Services office of Lake-Sumter State College.
South Lake students continue the decade-long tradition of Pumpkin Bowling.
|Graphic by: David Renna|
|Jason Lykins, Joshua Labayne and Michael Crews enjoy the sand art booth at the South Lake campus Fall Festival.|
|Director of Activities Claudia Mercado-Morazo works the sand art booth.|
|Jeffery Rivera and Michael Nix watch others participate in the corn hole games.|
|Community members and high school students gather in the |
Magnolia Room for LakeHawk Preview Day.
|Students meet with local employers in the Leesburg campus Quad in hopes of getting hired.|
|South Lake students gather for SGA-hosted Pumpkin Bowling.|
|A whiteboard sign gives the details for Pumpkin Bowling. The event attracted bowlers in groups of three to compete and enjoy free food.|
|Lake-Sumter State College's Lady Lake Hawks spike the ball at a |
game against Trinity College on Sept. 9.
|Halloween Horror Nights 24 at Universal Studios Orlando offers scares for just a few more nights.|
|"The Purge" has its owns scare zone this year, and is one of the most effective of the street experiences.|
|SGA member Gerard Cruz sends his pumpkin toward the pins, which were set up in the Leesburg campus quad at LSSC.|
|Chase Rowe relaxes with his phone on the sidelines of the pumpkin bowling games.|
|Student David Knoras launches his pumpkin bowling ball down an improvised lane.|
|LSSC math professor Nicole Osborn gets ready for a shot while fellow team member and math professor Judith Hayes watches. The Math Department team won first place in last year's pumpkin bowling competition, but was beat out this year by the Facilities team.|
|Around 240 students attended the event over the course of the day for free food and pumpkin bowling.|
|The prize medals were displayed during the event. First, second and third place went to the Facilities team, the Learning Center team and the Athletics team respectively.|
|Rob Estes chooses to use one of the larger pumpkins for his turn.|
|Estes makes a shot.|
|After one more shot, Estes gets a spare.|
|"Hey, let's race. Winner takes all."|
|Recent ping pong games on both the Leesburg and South Lake campuses were cancelled due to lack of participation.|
|Meghan Waller, an employee of Chick-Fil-A, runs the prize wheel at the LSSC Foundation Spirit Night.|
|Dr. Charles Mojock, president of LSSC, and Claudia Morris, Alumni and Scholarship coordinator, support the Spirit Night at Chick-Fil-A.|