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2018 Faculty Art Exhibition on the way

2018 Faculty Art Exhibition on the way

Mallory Pautz

October 10, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

The biennial 2018 Faculty Art Exhibition, to be located within the Bradley Fine Arts building at Lakeland University, will kick off Friday evening with an hour-long Opening Reception beginning at 4:30 p.m.   The featured artists include faculty members Bill Weidner, Dionne Landgraf, Mark Weber and Monique Brickham. Ea...

Feature Friday: Karl Elder

Feature Friday: Karl Elder

Mallory Pautz

October 4, 2018


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Karl Elder reflects on his experiences as a young writer, offering words of wisdom to students with similar aspirations as Lakeland University’s Professor of Creative Writing, Poet-In-Residence, winner of Lakeland’s Outstanding Teacher Award and current publisher and editor for the literary magazine...

Bartlett and Saito take home Mr. & Ms. Muskie titles

Bartlett and Saito take home Mr. & Ms. Muskie titles

Dominique Lee

October 1, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, News, Student Life, Top Stories

On Sept. 27, Lakeland students gathered for the first ever Mr. & Ms. Muskie event. A competition between student leaders, contestants were either self-nominated or were nominated by their peers.   The night started off with a short performance by the Lakeland dance and cheer team followed by a “Dress to Im...

Fresh Check Day raises spirits, mental health awareness

Fresh Check Day raises spirits, mental health awareness

Mallory Pautz

September 25, 2018


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Lakeland University’s Fresh Check Day occurred on Sept. 13, coordinated by the Counseling Center of Student Development’s leader Alex Liosatos.  The event was intended to be a positive way to bring awareness to the important topic of suicide and mental health. With the untimely deaths in 201...

Lt. Tim McMillan visits Lakeland for Constitution Day

Lt. Tim McMillan visits Lakeland for Constitution Day

Dominique Lee

September 23, 2018


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On Sept. 17, Lt. Tim McMillan, a retired law enforcement officer, certified law enforcement instructor, civil rights investigator and analyst, visited Lakeland as the speaker for Constitution Day this year.   McMillan’s journey into law enforcement began when two of his childhood friends were murdered during a home i...

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