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Chancellor conducts “Heart Songs” at Fall Band Concert

Chancellor conducts “Heart Songs” at Fall Band Concert

Andrea Barile, Staff Reporter

New band director Evan G. Chancellor’s first concert at Lakeland took place on Oct. 11. The Fall Band Concert was titled “Heart Songs” after the “...

October 14, 2017

More Muskie Mart hours coming, changes explained

More Muskie Mart hours coming, changes explained

October 13, 2017

Due to renovations, the Campus Center’s Muskie Mart was moved to Wehr’s concession stand, open select h...

O’Neal memorial dedicated

O’Neal memorial dedicated

October 11, 2017

A memorial bench and stone were dedicated to late Muskies backup quarterback Kaelin D. O’Neal on Oct. 10. ...

HARC’s Prestby resigns, finds job with Argosy

HARC’s Prestby resigns, finds job with Argosy

October 6, 2017

Director of the Hayssen Academic Resource Center and Disability Coordinator Tony Prestby has announced his ...

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Women’s soccer beaten by Concordia

Women’s soccer beaten by Concordia

Jon Rivera, Staff Reporter

On Oct. 11, the Lakeland University women’s soccer team lost to Concordia University of Wisconsin in a NACC conference ...

October 14, 2017No Comments

Women’s volleyball splits record over half-and-half weekend

Women’s volleyball splits record over half-and-half weekend

October 4, 2017

On Sept. 29 and Sept. 30, the Muskies women’s volleyball team faced a couple of NACC opp...

Video: Muskies football vows to move forward after brawl

Video: Muskies football vows to move forward after brawl

April 30, 2017

On Saturday, March 18, there was a brawl on Lakeland's campus. There were multiple...

Gallery: Athletic facility underway

Gallery: Athletic facility underway

April 28, 2017

Wednesday, April 26 was the official groundbreaking of the new Lakeland University...

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Reflections: National anthem protests bring opposing views

Reflections: National anthem protests bring opposing views

Andrea Barile, Luke Ulatowski, and Jill Keskimaki

In 2016, football player Colin Kaepernick started a national dialogue by kneeling during the national anthem to protest perceived racial injustice in the United States. When...

October 12, 2017No Comments

Mayhem Poets show our submission to the loud

Mayhem Poets show our submission to the loud

October 10, 2017

Oct. 3’s convocation-headlining Mayhem Poets want to prove that poetry does not h...

Reflections: Japanese students respond to North Korea’s threats

Reflections: Japanese students respond to North Korea’s threats

September 26, 2017

Since August, North Korea has launched two missiles over Japan. Both incidents spar...

Point Counterpoint: Should students be required to attend convocations?

Point Counterpoint: Should students be required to attend convocations?

May 5, 2017

There have been many debates over whether or not convocations should be a requir...

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Kellner takes chess to Esch

Kellner takes chess to Esch

Aaron Barth, Staff Reporter

Chess, one of the oldest games in history, has been brought to Lakeland’s Esch Library. Jamie Kellner is a librarian at Lakeland who has been playing chess for nearly all h...

October 12, 2017No Comments

Gallery: Mayhem Poets hype the crowd

Gallery: Mayhem Poets hype the crowd

October 9, 2017

The Mayhem Poets brought their popular spoken word act to Lakeland on Oct. 3. The...

Freshman tennis player Roe runs artsy shoe business

Freshman tennis player Roe runs artsy shoe business

October 8, 2017

Most college students have to balance classes, part-time employment, a social life, club...

Hitting all the right notes: The past, present and future of Nault

Hitting all the right notes: The past, present and future of Nault

September 24, 2017

Senior vocal performance major Jacob Nault sits at a table in the library. He wrin...

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Official Lakeland University Student Online Newspaper.
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