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Wehr lobby transformed

Wehr lobby transformed

Sam Martin, Staff Reporter
September 13, 2016
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The brand new renovations to the Wehr lobby have included the changing of the name from college to university, updating the NACC banner and murals of some of the Lakeland University athletes including senior wrestler Mitchell Fucile, senior women's basketball player Bailey Grayvold, junior women's volleyball...

Muskie Spotlight: Courtney Naser

Muskie Spotlight: Courtney Naser

Le'Shay Jones, Staff Reporter
May 1, 2016
Filed under Sports, Womens Volleyball

Name: Courtney Naser Year: Sophomore Major: Criminal Justice/Psychology Hometown: Eau Claire, Wisconsin If you had a time machine, what's something from your past you would change: "Nothing, I wouldn't be exactly where I am at this exact moment if my past was any different." If you could b...

Volleyball coach balances two teams and life

Volleyball coach balances two teams and life

Le'Shay Jones, Staff Reporter
April 16, 2016
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

There are many Lakeland faculty and staff who have dedicated their time to the college and students.  Although they're on campus throughout the majority of the day and have much to get done, they have a life outside of Lakeland.   Sometimes it may be difficult for them to balance their personal...

Muskie Spotlight: Emma Bruder

Muskie Spotlight: Emma Bruder

Le'Shay Jones, Staff Reporter
April 3, 2016
Filed under Sports, Womens Volleyball

Name: Emma Bruder Year: Freshman Major/Minor: Sports management and leadership/athletic coaching Hometown: Frankfort, Ill. Sport: Volleyball If you could choose any career outside of your field what would it be: "I'd pick being a preschool teacher." What do you want to accomplish most...

Muskie fights to NCAA tournament

Muskie fights to NCAA tournament

Romain Johnson II, Staff Reporter
March 26, 2016
Filed under Sports, Top Stories, Wrestling

Out of the 58 teams that participate in NCAA division III wrestling, only 18 men from each weight class got a chance to call themselves a national qualifier. Lakeland College was proud to announce that one of their own qualified to represent the school at the NCAA championships: Edward Terres, senior psycholog...

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