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Pastor Ziese Hacker joins Lakeland as interim chaplain

Pastor Ziese Hacker joins Lakeland as interim chaplain

Dominique Lee

September 20, 2018


Filed under News, Top Stories

On Aug. 27, Pastor Rachel Ziese Hacker joined the Lakeland community as the new interim chaplain.   Ziese Hacker is an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and recently served as the campus chaplain at the University of Nebraska-Kearney. She moved to the area this past spring...

Concerning Christianity: Campolo’s view on the State of the Church

Concerning Christianity: Campolo’s view on the State of the Church

Scarlett Archuleta, Editor-in-Chief

September 13, 2018


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Lakeland University’s new Ulrich Research Center hosted Dr. Anthony Campolo this past Monday as he gave a speech titled “The State of the Church.” The night began with President David Black introducing his longtime friend to the crowd. President Black complimented Campolo’s dedication to his...

Wagner gives free pizza for Pack loyalty

Wagner gives free pizza for Pack loyalty

Jon Rivera, Staff Reporter

May 5, 2018


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On May 3, courtesy of chef Mark Wagner and his family, the cafeteria gave pizza to staff and students for the occasional price of yelling “Go, Pack, Go!” “I’ve been working here for 17 years,” Wagner said. “The foremost thing is our youngest son is autistic. When he was first diagnosed...

Blue and Gold Awards winners announced

Blue and Gold Awards winners announced

Gabrielle Boss, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2018


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On April 27, Lakeland University held its second annual Blue and Gold Awards, hosted by Jody Harrison, Joshuan McNeal and Donte Rowell. The awards and their respective winners are as follows: Staff Appreciation Award: Alex Liosatos Tammy Utley Outstanding Student Organization Advisor: Dr....

Campus Center walls go up

Campus Center walls go up

Luke Ulatowski, Executive Editor

April 24, 2018


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Bricks for the exterior of the new Campus Center have been laid. As part of a massive renovation project, the old Campus Center closed in summer and was torn down in November last year. The project was originally labelled a $6 million effort. In February, it was announced that $7 million was raised fo...

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