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The Future of Student Government Association

Beverly Foster, Staff Reporter

May 1, 2019


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

Elections for Student Government Association are over, and we have a new elected board of twelve students for the next academic term. Positions that were filled this past election include president and senators.  Newly elected president of student government Brian Brickham wishes to get more students involved...

Lakeland University Honor Banquet Awards

Lakeland University Honor Banquet Awards

May 1, 2019


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The Lakeland Community proudly honored its outstanding faculty and students on Wednesday,  April 24 at the Lakeland University Honors Banquet. The awards presented throughout the banquet are as follows:   Underkofler Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award  Professor Charlie Krebs  H...

Bettering our Campus

Bettering our Campus

Aaliyah Lewis McCollum, Staff Reporter

May 1, 2019


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David Simon, Vice President of Campus Life, is looking to make campus more inclusive and an overall safer community for Lakeland students in the upcoming school year.  “We are in the process of rebranding the safety and security department and it is now considered campus safety,” said Simon. “The difference lies in ...

Blue and Gold awards

Blue and Gold awards

Andrea Barile, Staff Reporter

May 1, 2019


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On Friday, April 26, Lakeland University Student Success hosted Blue and Gold Awards. Corey Allen and Diante Moses, the MCs for the night, presented the following awards:  Staff Appreciation Award  April Arvan & Ann Penke  Outstanding Student Organization Advisor  Cristi Chang  Outstand...

Seniors: Post-Graduation Plans

April 25, 2019


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With graduation right around the corner, we asked a few graduating seniors about their post-graduation plans:  JT Levitt (accounting major): “I plan on moving back home to work, save up and investing a lot early since I won’t have financial obligations. If I get a good two-year head start, I’ll be able to live on my own ...

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