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Third annual Mosaic concert at LC

Third annual Mosaic concert at LC

Skye Sieglaff, Copy Editor

February 23, 2012


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The third annual Mosaic Concert took place in the Bradley Theater on Thursday, Feb. 16th. “Mosaic is an opportunity for the Creative Arts Division to highlight their work and creativity,” said Nate Lowe, assistant professor of writing. The concert included student performances by the concert...

Improvised Shakespeare: The first ever production of “The Scarecrow”

Michelle Fromm, Staff Reporter

February 23, 2012


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Five members of a group known as The Improvised Shakespeare Company put together a show titled A Scarecrow for an excited crowd of Lakeland students, professors, and others in the Bradley Building on Feb. 2. The award-winning group hails from Chicago and knows so much about Shakespeare’s well-kno...

Relaxing Irish tunes of Solas come to Lakeland

Relaxing Irish tunes of Solas come to Lakeland

Reina Katoh, Staff Reporter

February 23, 2012


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The Lakeland Bradley Hall was filled with Irish music performed by the band called Solas on Feb. 21. The concert started at 7:30, and lasted for one and a half hour. The band, which was composed of five musicians, and formed in Philadelphia in 1996, performed well with various kinds of instruments...

Carriveau goes to Washington

Carriveau goes to Washington

Stephanie Rebek, Staff Reporter

February 23, 2012


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Imagine being a Boy Scout and building wooden cars, then being accepted as an Eagle Scout. You became so involved that you were able to deliver the Report of the Nation of the Boy Scouts of America in Washington DC. For Dan Carriveau, sophomore resort management and accounting major at Lakeland, deliverin...

Remembering Whitney

Remembering Whitney

Brandon Rooker, Staff Reporter

February 23, 2012


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With the recent death of Whitney Houston, thousands of fans and critics alike are wondering how to process the series of events that led to the singer being found dead in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. The question many are asking is, “How will Houston be reme...

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