The Lakeland Mirror

Romeo, Romeo, Wherefore art thou Romeo? : In the Bradley auditorium Nov. 10-13

Danny Spatchek, Editor-in-Chief

November 3, 2011


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When Charlie Krebs asked students last year what they thought of doing Romeo and Juliet as this fall’s play, they told him that they didn’t want to do an old-fashioned production of it. No one who sees Lakeland’s version of Shakespeare’s famous story of star-crossed lovers will call it that...

“Living Room Professor” wins faculty award

Danny Spatchek, Editor-in-Chief

November 3, 2011


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When a woman wearing a flannel shirt and jeans walked in the classroom on the first day of Rob Pockat’s Core 1 class during his freshman year, he thought she might be a janitor or a housekeeper. “All of a sudden she introduces herself and says, ‘I’m Lucretia Crawford,’” he said. “Going...

Front entrance finishes on schedule

Front entrance finishes on schedule

Danny Spatchek, Editor-in-Chief

October 13, 2011


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Lakeland’s $3.2 million construction project that started in April essentially finished this week when the front entrance and Sesquicentennial Plaza opened, just in time for Homecoming. Jess Lambrecht, Lakeland’s assistant director of career development, was one of the first people to drive into...

Core I event set for mid-October: Trek to the Tavern to commemorate early Missionhaus students

Core I event set for mid-October: Trek to the Tavern to commemorate early Missionhaus students

Al Fairchild, Staff Reporter

October 13, 2011


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Sixty Core I students will take part in a two to three mile trek from the main campus to the historic Franklin Haus tavern, located in the nearby village of Franklin. The hike, scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 18, is an early sesquicentennial event, and will be led by instructors of the participating classes—Joshua...

New year, new search for a president

Danny Spatchek, Editor-in-Chief

September 29, 2011


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Consultants from the recently chosen search firm that will facilitate Lakeland’s search for a new president met with college stakeholders last week. The consultants from Witt/Kieffer, a national search firm that primarily works with nonprofit organizations in health care and higher education, met...

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