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Equus will be ‘dark, theatrical, and powerful’

Equus will be ‘dark, theatrical, and powerful’

Katie Amundsen, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2013

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

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...

Dinner brings together people from around the world

Dinner brings together people from around the world

Michelle Fromm, Managing Editor

March 1, 2013

Lakeland students and community members gathered together for a night of food and fun at the fifth annual Melting Pot Jam on Saturday, Feb. 23.Preview Changes The Melting Pot Jam is a potluck dinner that the Sheboygan Chapter of People to People organizes with Lakelanders, including Alicia Helion, assistant profes...

Hypnotist brings Lakeland a night of fun and laughter

Hypnotist brings Lakeland a night of fun and laughter

Benjamin Wilks, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2013

I have no magical powers…I can only make suggestions,” said Chris Jones, a hypnotist who has been performing hypnotism for two years and visited Lakeland for a special performance on Feb. 18 in the Bradley building. “Hypnotism is not a form of magic, but a form of suggestion,” Jones said. Jones...

Islam in America convo tackles misconceptions and discrimination

Islam in America convo tackles misconceptions and discrimination

Katie Amundsen, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2013

Telling everyone you know about Islam is probably no different than telling everyone you know about Christianity,” said Mr. Othman Atta, executive director of the Islamic Society of Milwaukee, in the opening statements of Islam in America. Atta meant that there are numerous interpretations to both...

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