The Lakeland Mirror

New TVs and Xbox 360s draw students to the Pub

Chris Young, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2012


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Over Winter break, four televisions and two X-Boxes were added to the pub, according to Steve Diedrichs, the pub manager, who chose to bring in these items in an attempt to make the pub more interactive. “People have been giving positive feedback on the new additions to the pub,” he said. Diederichs...

Phi Delta Omega sorority to sponsor Teddy Bear events

Press Release

February 1, 2012


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Phi Delta Omega sorority has finalized plans for this year’s Teddy Bear Drive, an annual charity event sponsored by the Lakeland group. The drive is taking place from Monday, Jan. 30 through Saturday, Feb. 4, during which time stuffed animals and other donations will be collected at bins placed in...

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service a Success

Press Release

February 1, 2012


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On Saturday, Jan. 21, students and faculty from Lakeland College, Lakeshore Technical College, and UW-Sheboygan gathered to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day by volunteering at five different locations throughout Sheboygan. The Above and Beyond Children’s Museum, the Wisconsin Naval Ship...

Temporary Chaplain Found

Stephanie Rebek, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2012


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Karl Kuhn, associate professor of religion and ordained United Church of Christ minister, has stepped up to take the position of Interim Chaplain. “Kelly Stone left in November, and Lakeland has been looking for someone to take over. I was asked to take the position in order to make the transition...

History Club plans mayoral debate

Sean Gilligan, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2012


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The Lakeland College History Club, Sheboygan North High School, and the Sheboygan Press teamed up to orchestrate a debate between all eight of the upcoming candidates for mayor of Sheboygan on Jan. 12. Assistant Professor of History Rick Dodgson was the moderator of the event and claimed that he believed...

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