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Chitwood prepared to lead Muskies

Chitwood prepared to lead Muskies

Sean Gilligan, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2013


Filed under Art & Features

If you ask Senior Baseball Player and Business Management major Andy Chitwood where he is from, he will affectionately say, “God’s blind spot,” which for mapping purposes is actually known as Muscoda, Wisc. It was there, growing up on a small farm in a tiny town, that Chitwood was ingrained with...

Culmination of Becky Mayo’s collegiate career

Culmination of Becky Mayo’s collegiate career

Leah Ulatowski, Copy Editor

March 7, 2013


Filed under Art & Features

Senior Becky Mayo has been one of Lakeland College’s fiercest lady Muskies since joining the basketball team freshman year, pushing herself to the limit through stellar play and adherence to strict training regiments. Mayo’s efforts came to a culmination on Feb. 26 when she was named a First Team...

Art student proposes community art

Art student proposes community art

Michelle Fromm, Managing Editor

March 7, 2013


Filed under Art & Features

Tyler Holman, a junior majoring in art with emphases in studio and graphic design, has presented an idea to revolutionize the Sheboygan community with public artwork. Holman announced his idea in a presentation including a video and a speech at the annual Mosaic Concert on Thursday, Feb. 21. Holman...

Equus will be ‘dark, theatrical, and powerful’

Equus will be ‘dark, theatrical, and powerful’

Katie Amundsen, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2013


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Said Charlie Krebs, Associate Professor of Theatre and Speech, of this year’s spring play, Equus, “Most of the time you want the audience to believe the illusion. This time, we’re deconstructing the illusion.” The play, which premieres Thursday, April 4, is different from those of Lakeland’s...

Six Lakeland women present senior art projects

Six Lakeland women present senior art projects

Michelle Fromm, Managing Editor

March 7, 2013


Filed under Art & Features

Six senior art majors—five Japanese women and one American woman with an eye for Japanese inspiration—displayed the culmination of their studies in the Bradley building on Friday, March 1 for their senior art exhibit. The event was well-attended and gave the women an opportunity to display all...

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