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Credit scores explained at “Money Talks”

Credit scores explained at “Money Talks”

Luke Ulatowski, Social Media Editor
April 28, 2016
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A new “Money Talks” presentation from ¢hange Matters focused on building credit. The talk took place on April 21 in Laun 210. Fond du Lac Program Director Tammy Matzdorf, from Consumer Credit Counseling Service, taught attendees of the open-to-everyone event how to improve their credit score. Ma... Read more »

Psi Chi Inaugural Induction

Psi Chi Inaugural Induction

Danielle Livingston, Executive Editor
April 26, 2016
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Psi Chi, and international honor society for psychology students, has been brought to Lakeland. Wednesday Apr. 20 was the first ever induction for Lakeland’s chapter of Psi Chi. Because it was the inaugural induction, the chapter itself and the faculty advisor, Anthony Liguori, associate professor o... Read more »

Weekly Outlook: April 26 – May 1

Weekly Outlook: April 26 – May 1

Melissa Reise, Staff Reporter
April 25, 2016
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As we enter finals week, there are some events happening to help you wind down and relax. Here is your rundown of the week ahead: Tuesday, April 26— 6 p.m.—Sand Volleyball League—South Volleyball Court—Hosted by Pi Kappa Gamma Sorority 7 p.m.—Bible Study—Campus Center Lounge We... Read more »

Briefs

Briefs

Melissa Reise, Staff Reporter
April 25, 2016
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Finals Countdown successful The Finals Countdown event this year, held on Monday, April 18 in the John Esch Library, was a big success, with more than 100 students attending, and thanks to the tutors and Resource Center for the tutoring that was a huge part of the evening. Staff who were available ... Read more »

New Student Government Association members inaugurated

New Student Government Association members inaugurated

Luke Ulatowski, Social Media Editor
April 25, 2016
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Following the unveiling of the Student Government Association election results on April 18, the winning candidates were inaugurated into their new positions on April 19. The inauguration took place at a luncheon in Laun 209. All candidates who had participated in the election were invited, along wi... Read more »

Lehto to leave Lakeland

Lehto to leave Lakeland

Romain Johnson, Staff Reporter
April 21, 2016
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One of the most familiar faces around campus will be leaving Lakeland College at the end of this school year.  Assistant Football Coach and Graduate Hall Director Joey Lehto will complete his Master of Arts in Counseling and will partake in Lakeland’s graduation ceremony on May 1. A favorite among t... Read more »

Extravaganza a success

Extravaganza a success

Karalee Manis, Managing Editor
April 21, 2016
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The second annual Muskie Success Extravaganza, put on by the Student Success and Engagement Coaches, was held on Saturday, April 16. Many students turned out for the event, held from 2 p.m. to 1 a.m. Events on the day’s roster included: a zip line, stunt jump, Euro bungee trampoline, a mechanical... Read more »

Lakeland’s inaugural research day

Lakeland’s inaugural research day

Danielle Livingston, Executive Editor
April 21, 2016
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Lakeland hosted its first research day Friday, Apr. 15. The events included a opening keynote session, oral presentations done by students, student poster sessions and the annual student art exhibition reception. The events included in this gallery were: the opening session, honors project presentations, t... Read more »

Student Government election results announced

Student Government election results announced

Amanda Bagnall-Newman, Website Editor
April 19, 2016
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As stated in a press release by Ryan Opahle on Monday, April 18, the winners of the Student Government Association elections have been announced. Representatives were elected by their fellow students, with a total of 246 voters, the highest voter turnout in the past 24 years of student voting histo... Read more »

Weekly Outlook: April 18

Weekly Outlook: April 18

Melissa Reise, Staff Reporter
April 18, 2016
Filed under News, Top Stories

This week we have a lot of stuff going on as we count down to the end of the semester. Here’s the rundown:   Monday, April 18— 8 a.m.—Zeta Chi blood drive—1862 Lounge 12:30 p.m.—SGA: Election results announced 6 p.m.—Finals Countdown—John Esch Library—Hosted by Camp... Read more »