Bull’s Eye on LCCC on Demand

April is National Community College month, and to celebrate, Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon spent a day at Lorain County Community College

During the show we heard from Professors, administration and faculty who have all helped make LCCC the great institution it is today.

listed below are the interviews:

Brenda Soboslai spoke with Bull and Matt about the Center for LifeLong Learning and the classes they offer for students over 50

Dean Johnson and Amber Cabassa of the Spitzer Conference Center talk about upcoming events at the center and how the community can utilize their services

Commodore Books and More is more then a book store. Ray Carbonell and Erica Campbell tell us about their IT services and how they work with local businesses

Dina Ferrer and Amy Szmania of the LCCC Learning Centers explain how LCCC’s campus expands well beyond Elyria

Culinary Program Chefs Adam Schmith and Brad Ball talk about their students creations, and how they are teaching others in the community to cook like a pro

Grab a glass with Professor Regan Silvestri and student Clayton Mastorovich who explain the chemistry behind flavoring whiskey 

Joan Perch of the Campana Ideation and Invention Center talks about programs aimed at high school, middle school, and female students that explore STEAM

The Class of 2019 will soon moving on from LCCC, we talk with Tracy Green about these student’s accomplishments and a great 2018 at the college

Professor Harry Kestler and students Matt Fox, Steve Mares and Virginia Ford tell us about research they have been doing on HIV and other diseases  


Eagles Blank Rangers

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Avon’s  Ryan Jones

Thursday night on the WEOL Baseball Diamond Duels, the Avon Eagles picked up a 4-0 road victory over SWC rival North Ridgeville.

Eagles pitching blanked the Rangers behind the outstanding play of starter Liam Ostrowski who pitched five shut out innings, walked two batters and allowed just two hits. Combined, Avon pitchers allowed just four hits in the game.

At the plate, Ryan Jones and Nate Brooks both knocked in runs to secure the win.

Hear the entire game below and check out archived games on the WEOL Diamond Duels Webpage.


A Morning Show Chat with Senator Sherrod Brown

Senator Sherrod Brown

On Thursday, April 11th, The WEOL Morning show caught up with Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown.

During the conversation, Bruce and Craig spoke with the Senator about new legislation he has proposed to give tax relief to working families and the likelihood of it passing. Senator Brown also addressed the arrest of Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange, and the ever rising price of prescription drugs in the United States.

Take a listen to Bruce and Craig’s entire conversation with the Senator below.

 


Shormen edge Comets in WEOL Baseball Diamond Duel

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Avon Lake High School pitcher Ryan Shinko

The Avon Lake Shormen handed the Amherst Comets the second loss of the season in a 4-3 final Wednesday night.

Defensively the Shormen were lead on the mound by Ryan Shinko who allowed just three hits while pitching all in all seven inning for the win.

At the plate Ethan Shepard and Kal Kuwalu paced Avon Lake with two hits each.

The win advances the Shormen to 3-6 overall and 2-4 in SWC play. The Comets fall to 7-2 on the year and 4-2 in the SWC.

To hear the game in it’s entirety, click on the link below. To hear archived games from earlier in the season, visit the Diamond Duel page here.

 




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