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McFadden and Ruskovich featured at Writers Festival

McFadden and Ruskovich featured at Writers Festival

Jon Rivera, Staff Reporter

November 5, 2017


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Writers Kevin McFadden and Emily Ruskovich dropped by to share their work and advice at the Great Lakes Writers Festival. On Thursday, Nov. 2nd, the 2017 Great Lakes Writers Festival began in the Bradley Building at Lakeland University. The majority of the seats in the theatre were filled with Lakeland stu...

Adventure Club hosts escape rooms

Adventure Club hosts escape rooms

Aaron Barth, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2017


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On Nov. 1, students worked together and solved puzzles to escape from a room. Students were put into a room in Old Main and had to use clues to solve challenges in under 30 minutes. There were two different escape room themes: “Patient Zero” and “Boom.” Some of the puzzles included usi...

New on-campus lounges revealed

New on-campus lounges revealed

Andrea Barile, Staff Reporter

November 2, 2017


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Two lounge areas are opening around campus to accommodate students’ wishes while the campus center is being renovated. The first, which is placed in the basement of Ley Chapel, is already open to students. The second, which will be placed in the Alpha’s old suite at Hofer, is yet to come. Both lo...

Lee helms College Democrats chapter

Lee helms College Democrats chapter

Jill Keskimaki, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2017


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Lakeland is home to a new College Democrats chapter founded by freshman business major Dominique Lee. Lee’s passion for politics and informing others about important issues inspired her to start the Lakeland College Democrats chapter. The organization’s goal, according to Lee, is “to educate...

Hurricane relief open mic brings surprises

Hurricane relief open mic brings surprises

Andrea Barile, Staff Reporter

October 28, 2017


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The Spiritual Life Council and Chaplain Department teamed up to hold another open mic night, this time opening up the roster to include non-musical acts, including a surprise performance by the president of the university. The event, dubbed “Art of Relief,” took place in the Bradley Theater o...

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