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Lakeland College’s “Monument Sign” lights the way

Lakeland College’s “Monument Sign” lights the way

Brittany Beckmann, Staff Reporter
October 14, 2012
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Lakeland students may have noticed some construction within the past two weeks at the intersection of county high­ways A and M. The structure will become, as Senior Vice President of Administration Daniel Eck calls it, Lakeland College’s “monument sign.” “When the building process of this...

NFL Hall of Famer heads Lakeland’s Athletic Department

NFL Hall of Famer heads Lakeland’s Athletic Department

Brandon Rooker, Sports Editor
October 14, 2012
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Kellen Winslow is Lake­land's new athletic director.  He has a law degree from the University of San Diego: School of Law and is a nine year NFL tight-end for the San Diego Chargers who happens to be a Hall of Famer and considered by many to be the greatest player his position has ever seen. Winslow...

Habitat for Humanity’s Shanty Town raises needed funds

Habitat for Humanity’s Shanty Town raises needed funds

Amanda Smith, Staff Writer
October 12, 2012
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Would you like to see one of your professors sleeping outside for a night? If you do, then this event is for you! Habitat for Humanity is having Shanty Town, a fundraiser to raise money for the spring break trip to help build a house in a pending city. If enough funds are raised, five to seven of...

Renovations revive Old Main

Renovations revive Old Main

Katie Amundsen, Staff Reporter
September 20, 2012
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One of the most obvious results of Lakeland’s recent construction project is the new entrance for the college that directly faces Old Main before splitting to North and South Drives. Many aspects of the construction project highlight historical Old Main Hall. The new entryway and bridge frame Lakeland's...

New President to begin next 150 years

New President to begin next 150 years

Stephanie Rebek, Editor in Chief
September 20, 2012
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On Lakeland College’s 150th birthday, it received a wonderful present: its 15th president, Dr. Michael A. Grandillo. He has new ideas for changes to Lakeland College. President Grandillo said that in the next five years he hopes to see enrollment rise to 1,200 students living on campus. Currently,...

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