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New logo, same brand

New logo, same brand

Peter Ludolph, Staff Reporter
April 11, 2016
Filed under News, Top Stories

The transition to a university is an exciting one for Lakeland College. With the major change of the name of the institution, there also comes changes to the logos of the college. Lakeland has kept the current livery in its transition to a format using LU instead of LC. The changing of these logos wi...

Before you see the cast, meet the cast

Before you see the cast, meet the cast

Aaron Oechsner, Visual Media Editor
April 7, 2016
Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Hey Muskies! Tonight, April 7,  is the opening night of the spring musical, “Hairspray.” Coinciding with this event, The Reel LC is back and is featuring behind-the-scenes interviews with stars Tia Pribbernow, senior general and choral music education major, Brandon Farmer, junior criminal just...

Health and Wellness offered at Lakeland

Health and Wellness offered at Lakeland

Peter Ludolph, Staff Reporter
March 26, 2016
Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

To those who may not know, Lakeland College offers a variety of health services to students. These services range from general health care to counseling services, and can be found in the lowest level of Brotz Hall across from the security office. Last year, over 1,000 students utilized the health services at L...

College to University: more than just a word

College to University: more than just a word

Peter Ludolph, Staff Reporter
February 25, 2016
Filed under News, Top Stories

Lakeland College, in its 154-year history, has evolved quite a bit over its lifetime. The changes began when the name Lakeland was implemented in place of the former Mission House title for the college. Soon another change in branding will be realized when, on July 1, 2016, Lakeland College will...

Ish Darr concert well received

Ish Darr concert well received

Benjamin Wilks, Sports Editor
February 23, 2016
Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

Lakeland’s Black Student Union hosted a Wisconsin artist by the name of Ish Darr this past Friday, Feb. 19. The 20-year-old artist, born and raised in Milwaukee Wis., cultivated a love of Hip Hop while growing up and listening to the music his father used to play. According to the Journal Sen...

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