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How the Lakeland Intervention Team operates

How the Lakeland Intervention Team operates

Gabrielle Boss, Staff Reporter

April 21, 2018


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The high rate of drug abuse among college students is no secret. What you might not know is that Lakeland has a team to curb the issue. The Lakeland Intervention Team (LIT) is “an interdisciplinary group of community members.” When the Intervention Team receives concerning information about a...

Cobb talks Trump for Community Book Read

Cobb talks Trump for Community Book Read

Jon Rivera, Staff Reporter

April 17, 2018


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On April 12, Lakeland took an unconventional approach to the annual Community Book Read by hosting a lecture from someone other than the author of the book. Dr. Jelani Cobb, a journalist, dropped in Thursday evening to bring a different world of perspectives amongst the Lakeland University community....

Students craft blankets for charity

Students craft blankets for charity

Madison Schweitzer, Staff Reporter

April 13, 2018


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Rotaract, the college version of service organization Rotary, came to Lakeland in the form of cutting blankets. Students made tie blankets and encouraged everyone on campus to help cut and tie the blankets to benefit those in need. The blankets were also sold for personal use and donated to Safe Harbor...

Whitley and Miofsky win highest awards at Honors Banquet

Whitley and Miofsky win highest awards at Honors Banquet

Luke Ulatowski, Executive Editor

April 12, 2018


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Senior accounting major and Muskies quarterback Michael Whitley won the Clarence H. Koehler Award and criminal justice professor Karin Miofsky won the Underkofler Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award at the annual Honors Banquet on April 11. The Koehler Award celebrates one high-performing stu...

Lakeland’s ‘Avenue Q’ challenges: Minority casting, racy content and no-show puppets

Lakeland’s ‘Avenue Q’ challenges: Minority casting, racy content and no-show puppets

Luke Ulatowski, Executive Editor

April 3, 2018


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The raunchy, puppet-centric “Avenue Q” presented Lakeland’s theatre program with difficulties in casting minorities, keeping content Lakeland-appropriate and securing puppets. Play director and theatre professor Charlie Krebs calls “Avenue Q” a coming-of-age story. “The characters that...

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