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Built in 1971, Ley Chapel stands as an integral addition to spiritual and religious growth in Lakeland University’s community, creating a safe space for anybody to explore faith.

Foundation to faith: The story of Ley Chapel   

Amy Moua February 28, 2024

 Built in 1971, Lakeland University’s Ley Chapel stands as a legacy for the Ley family whose connection to the institution endured for many generations. Serving students, faculty and visitors, the chapel...

Local Holiday Events

Local Holiday Events

Kei Markham December 16, 2023

As the holidays creep up behind finals, various solo, friend and family events spring out of the snow piles around campus. Throughout the colder months, there are multiple one-time events as well as month...

Interview with Julie Mavity-Maddelena 

Interview with Julie Mavity-Maddelena 

Leanna Jankowski December 15, 2023

Julie Mavity-Maddelena is the Lakeland university Chaplain as well as a professor of philosophy and director of Ulrich Center which focuses on equity and inclusion at the school. A role that she takes...

Outside the Tank: With Alexis Pegram-Piper 

Outside the Tank: With Alexis Pegram-Piper 

Rueben Richardson December 14, 2023

Alexis Piper is the Assistant Professor of Composition and has been a part of Lakeland for two years now. Many know her for the courses she has taught throughout her stay here. But who is Alexis Pegram-Piper...

Battling hunger for the holidays  

Battling hunger for the holidays  

Matt Crowley December 14, 2023

With the holiday season coming up rapidly, people around the community are going all in to spread the holiday cheer. Whether it is community helpers putting up Christmas lights, spreading the holiday joy,...

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