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The Lakeland Mirror

Many forms of art showcased at first senior exhibit of 2012

Reina Katoh, Staff Reporter
February 1, 2012
Filed under Art & Features

Five seniors showed their artwork at the Senior Art Exhibition in the Bradley Theatre on Jan. 27. The exhibition started at 4:30 in the afternoon with an introduction by Associate Professor of Art, William Weidner. Then the five art students presenting their work, Kasumi Sagae, Robert Schoettler, Dav...

Esch Library welcomes Teresa Grimm

Esch Library welcomes Teresa Grimm

Brandon Rooker, Staff Reporter
February 1, 2012
Filed under Personality Features

A new face has joined the front desk at the Lakeland College library. Teresa Grimm, who earned a degree as a senior library technician, has been hired to fill the brand new position of distance education librarian. The position, which will require Grimm to work with Kellett and non-traditional studen...

Change in dining services

Change in dining services

Skye Sieglaff, Copy Editor
February 1, 2012
Filed under Personality Features

With his twelfth year work anniversary quickly approaching, Mark Wagner is no stranger to Lakeland College. He started out as a chef eleven years ago, was promoted to assistant dining director in 2008, and just recently was made the director of dining services. Wagner spent three years at UW-Oshkosh ...

“Romeo and Juliet”: not love at first sight

Danny Spatchek, Editor-in-Chief
November 18, 2011
Filed under Art & Features

If a better example of love at first sight than Romeo and Juliet exists, I’m not aware of it. Romeo sees Juliet, Juliet sees Romeo, yada yada yada, they’re killing themselves because they don’t want to live without each other. A major problem I have with Lakeland College Theatre’s production...

Computer science program reclaims unused space: Chase Science Center lab includes a computer museum

Computer science program reclaims unused space: Chase Science Center lab includes a computer museum

Al Fairchild, Staff Reporter
November 17, 2011
Filed under Art & Features

Jim Matzen’s face betrayed no emotion as he pointed to the maze of plastic tubes inside a PC sitting along the back wall of Chase’s Lab #214. He must have told the truth. Matzen, an intern who works for Professor Cynthia Lindstrom in the computer science program was describing a water-cooled com...

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