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Old and new Betas celebrate heritage

Old and new Betas celebrate heritage

Zeni Yacab, Staff Reporter

February 23, 2018


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Like past years, the Beta Sigma Omega fraternity teamed up with the Black Student Union to put on the Essence of Heritage. However, this year they welcomed the opportunity to work with a new sorority on campus called Beta Psi Nu. Essence of Heritage is an annual convocation that highlights African-American ...

Bajczyk’s departure highlights residence life restructuring

Bajczyk’s departure highlights residence life restructuring

Gabrielle Boss, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2018


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Jim Bajczyk, Lakeland’s former residence life director, had his last day on Jan. 8. Associate Provost for Student Development Leslie Laster released an official statement that referenced the restructuring of the residence life department in regards to Bajczyk’s departure. “At this time, the...

Shuttle service for JB’s cancelled

Shuttle service for JB’s cancelled

Brittany Schmidt, Website & Social Media Editor

February 17, 2018


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The shuttle service between Lakeland and JB’s Entertainment on weekends has been discontinued due to lack of student interest in the sign-up sheet. Because of the campus center closure that shut down the 1862 Lounge, the university teamed up with JB’s Entertainment Center in Howards Grove to give stude...

2017 December graduates named and honored

2017 December graduates named and honored

Luke Ulatowski, Executive Editor

December 13, 2017


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With the end of a semester typically comes the departure of a number of campus regulars, but at least one is sticking around. The annual December Graduation Ceremony took place on Friday, Dec. 8. Since the 1862 Lounge, the usual location, is closed as a result of the Campus Center renovation, the...

Student and charges named in drug arrest

Student and charges named in drug arrest

Luke Ulatowski, Executive Editor

December 8, 2017


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The case details regarding the Dec. 6 arrest of a student during a police exercise at Lakeland have been released. Nathaniel Newton-Reinert, 20, was charged with possession of under 200 grams of THC with intent to distribute, a Class I felony. He was also charged with possession of amphetamines, LSD ...

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