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New communication professor Stewart fights male stigmas

New communication professor Stewart fights male stigmas

Chase Lindgren, Staff Reporter

October 21, 2017


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

This semester has brought a new member to Lakeland’s communication team: Assistant Professor of Communication Nathan Stewart, whose experience with loss set him on a mission to end male stigmas. “Like many that spend the years getting a degree and going into higher education, I want to make a dif...

Mock leads new drumline

Mock leads new drumline

Beverly Foster, Staff Reporter

October 20, 2017


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Junior communications major Zachery Mock’s love for drums led him to form a new drumline that performed at Homecoming. Mock has been practicing the drums for the past 10 years of his life. This inspired him to start a drumline in high school, then eventually here at Lakeland. He enjoys teaching w...

Kellner takes chess to Esch

Kellner takes chess to Esch

Aaron Barth, Staff Reporter

October 12, 2017


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

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 his life and wants to start an official club where students can enjoy the classic game in a fun environment. "Chess is a mediev...

Gallery: Mayhem Poets hype the crowd

Gallery: Mayhem Poets hype the crowd

Diante Moses, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2017


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

The Mayhem Poets brought their popular spoken word act to Lakeland on Oct. 3. The show was delivered as a Tuesday morning convocation. The packed audience was receptive to calls for participation and gave a standing ovation at the end. The Mayhem Poets include Scott Raven, Mason Granger and Mikumari...

Freshman tennis player Roe runs artsy shoe business

Freshman tennis player Roe runs artsy shoe business

Gabrielle Boss, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2017


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Most college students have to balance classes, part-time employment, a social life, clubs and sports teams. However, not many students can claim to be an entrepreneur before they even begin college. Ellie Roe, a freshman psychology major from Sheboygan Falls, is not only a full-time student and tennis...

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