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Renovations revive Old Main

Renovations revive Old Main

Katie Amundsen, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2012


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One of the most obvious results of Lakeland’s recent construction project is the new entrance for the college that directly faces Old Main before splitting to North and South Drives. Many aspects of the construction project highlight historical Old Main Hall. The new entryway and bridge frame Lakeland's...

Professor Herrick makes a rapid recovery

Professor Herrick makes a rapid recovery

Michelle Fromm, Copy Editor

September 20, 2012


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Janet Herrick, Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities at Lakeland College, was performing in a routine concert for the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra. But as she moved her bow across her double bass to produce a sweet deep sound, Herrick suddenly felt strange. She had an odd feeling and some...

Improve group uses humor to teach about overindulging in Shot of Reality

Improve group uses humor to teach about overindulging in Shot of Reality

Benjamin Wilks, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2012


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Shot of Reality, an interactive alcohol prevention program, was sponsored by LC-CAB on Sept. 5 in the Pub. Shot of Reality is performed by a team called Mission IMPROVable and produced by M.i. Productions. There are four two-person teams in the M.i. Productions company. Their purpose is to make students...

New research databases available

Katie Amundsen, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2012


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Three new databases have joined the library’s collection this fall, according to Ann Penke, director of library services. These databases, E-Journal List A-Z, PsycINFO, and SPORTDiscus, are available both on and off campus to Lakeland students. “The A-Z database is very different,” said Penke, ...

New President to begin next 150 years

New President to begin next 150 years

Stephanie Rebek, Editor in Chief

September 20, 2012


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On Lakeland College’s 150th birthday, it received a wonderful present: its 15th president, Dr. Michael A. Grandillo. He has new ideas for changes to Lakeland College. President Grandillo said that in the next five years he hopes to see enrollment rise to 1,200 students living on campus. Currently,...

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