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Computer science program reclaims unused space: Chase Science Center lab includes a computer museum

Computer science program reclaims unused space: Chase Science Center lab includes a computer museum

Al Fairchild, Staff Reporter

November 17, 2011


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Jim Matzen’s face betrayed no emotion as he pointed to the maze of plastic tubes inside a PC sitting along the back wall of Chase’s Lab #214. He must have told the truth. Matzen, an intern who works for Professor Cynthia Lindstrom in the computer science program was describing a water-cooled com...

Plaza dedication brings alumni, stories

Danny Spatchek, Editor-in-Chief

November 3, 2011


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A land of opportunities— that’s what Lakeland was for him, says Mark Schowalter. Before he graduated in 1979, Mark was in the band, choir, and theater programs at Lakeland. He even carried Lakeland’s mail into Sheboygan—before diabetes took his sight in his senior year. Oct. 15, Homecoming...

Trek to the Tavern: Core I students re-establish ties with Franklin

Trek to the Tavern: Core I students re-establish ties with Franklin

Al Fairchild, Staff Reporter

November 3, 2011


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Students in four Core I classes hiked over the river and through the woods on Tuesday, Oct. 18 to rediscover the once-strong ties Lakeland had with the village of Franklin. The village was the original home of the college when it was simply known as a mission school during the middle part of the 19th...

Possible expansion for The Daily Grind: Several factors must be taken into consideration

Possible expansion for The Daily Grind: Several factors must be taken into consideration

Al Fairchild, Staff Reporter

March 31, 2011


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If Sarah McBroom has things her way, The Daily Grind coffee shop will be enlarged. That’s not to say the expansion is a done deal. McBroom, who manages The Daily Grind under the supervision of Assistant Director of Catering Caroline Korhonen and Director of Dining Services Greg Hopkins, said...

Speaker shares her knowledge of biospheres: Jane Poynter tells students why it is important to take care of the world we live on

Speaker shares her knowledge of biospheres: Jane Poynter tells students why it is important to take care of the world we live on

Al Fairchild, Staff Reporter

March 10, 2011


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During last Tuesday’s student convocation at the Bradley Building, Jane Poynter revealed herself to be a person of many and varied talents–an explorer, adventurer, scientist, author, businesswoman, and a philanthropist who uses her influence to enlist well known athletes in the cause of promoting...

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