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Chancellor conducts “Heart Songs” at Fall Band Concert

Chancellor conducts “Heart Songs” at Fall Band Concert

Andrea Barile, Staff Reporter

October 14, 2017


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New band director Evan G. Chancellor’s first concert at Lakeland took place on Oct. 11. The Fall Band Concert was titled “Heart Songs” after the “Heart Song” movements that were played during the concert in tribute of composer David Maslanka, who died earlier this year, as was stated by ...

More Muskie Mart hours coming, changes explained

More Muskie Mart hours coming, changes explained

Melissa Reise, Managing Editor

October 13, 2017


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Due to renovations, the Campus Center’s Muskie Mart was moved to Wehr’s concession stand, open select hours of the day weekly. However, this change has proven a problem for students as the hours conflict with class and work schedules, which has led to more hours being added. Starting Oct. 16, the...

O’Neal memorial dedicated

O’Neal memorial dedicated

Luke Ulatowski, Executive Editor

October 11, 2017


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A memorial bench and stone were dedicated to late Muskies backup quarterback Kaelin D. O’Neal on Oct. 10. The morning ceremony began inside Ley Chapel, which was packed far beyond capacity, leaving many to stand outside. Chaplain Lex-Cade White officiated. Lakeland graduate and ambassador Megan Hell...

HARC’s Prestby resigns, finds job with Argosy

HARC’s Prestby resigns, finds job with Argosy

Beverly Foster, Staff Reporter

October 6, 2017


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Director of the Hayssen Academic Resource Center and Disability Coordinator Tony Prestby has announced his resignation from Lakeland University after two years of employment. In a meeting Prestby had with all tutors on Sept. 28, he stated that his final day will be Oct. 13. He was hired by Argosy U...

Candlelight vigil held for Las Vegas

Candlelight vigil held for Las Vegas

Melissa Reise, Managing Editor

October 5, 2017


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The morning of Oct. 3, half a dozen students gathered in the Ley Chapel for a candlelight vigil for the victims of Oct. 1’s shooting in Las Vegas. The vigil began with Chaplain Lex-Cade White leading the students in prayer, during which she talked about reflecting on the many who lost their lives...

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