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New Faculty Feature: Monique Brickham, assistant professor of art

New Faculty Feature: Monique Brickham, assistant professor of art

Emma Schad, Copy Editor
September 21, 2016
Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Many students and new faculty have some degree of nervousness as they enter the first day of school. However, that was not the case for Monique Brickham, the new assistant professor of art at Lakeland University. Brickham said, “My first day was awesome. I wasn’t nervous at all. I was so excited...

Book club begins second year

Book club begins second year

Karalee Manis, Managing Editor
September 13, 2016
Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Lakeland’s own Lit Lounge Book Club will start its second year of meetings with the discussion of Daniel James Brown’s “The Boys in the Boat” during the Sept. 28 meeting. The book club, started by Gina Covelli, community relations manager, began at the start of the last school year and anyone...

Cool shoes walk campus

Cool shoes walk campus

Melissa Reise, Staff Reporter
April 30, 2016
Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

If you’ve walked past a guy with really cool-looking shoes lately, there’s a chance it was Andrew Jacobchick. Jacobchick, a junior majoring in psychology, hails from Oostburg, Wis. He was drawn to Lakeland because of its psychology program, which he plans to get his master’s in while here. In add...

Greeks unsure of 5-Star program

Greeks unsure of 5-Star program

Stephanie Burgardt, Staff Reporter
April 29, 2016
Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

The Greek organizations at Lakeland College have been around for generations. Most of them are over 50 years old and their alumni are usually some of the best donors to the school. The students at Lakeland know the Greeks as the people that host the parties or are the obnoxious ones at different sp...

Dodgson: The professor of counterculture

Dodgson: The professor of counterculture

Aaron Oechsner, Visual Media Editor
April 27, 2016
Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

It was the 1960s when a rebel was born. To be more exact, it was 1961 when the professor of counterculture and Associate Professor of History Rick Dodgson, or “Dodgy,” came into the world. His journey in life began in Manchester, United Kingdom. Growing up north of England, Dodgson was intrigued ...

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