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Dehne bids farewell

Dehne bids farewell

Romain Johnson II, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2014


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

While hosting his annual Junior Parent Night at Sheboygan Lutheran High School, something that Nate Dehne, vice president for athletics and wellness, has been doing before his time at Lakeland, a student approached him. She wanted to talk to Dehne about her college search process. The conversation took ab...

Congratulations graduates!

Congratulations graduates!

Peter Ludolph, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2014


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When one thinks about graduation, images of a great celebration may come to mind. Some people picture all the graduates walking up on stage to receive their diplomas. There is one celebration like this each school year, and it takes place in the spring at the end of the second semester. So, what hap...

The situation of suicide in America

The situation of suicide in America

Connor Ludovice, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2014


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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 40,600 suicides were reported in 2012, which made suicide the 10th leading cause of death that year. “A leading cause of suicide is depression, which can be caused by many different factors,” said Cary Knier, director of counseling ...

Students innovate during recent water break

Students innovate during recent water break

Leah Ulatowski, Editor-in-Chief

December 4, 2014


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Lakeland College experienced water main breaks on Nov. 25 and Dec. 1, which resulted in boiled/bottled water advisories, temporary water shutdowns for maintenance purposes and requests that on-campus residents and employees living on Prof Row forego showers in order to preserve water pressure for to...

A growing issue

A growing issue

Davida Marthenze, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2014


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With the legalization of marijuana trending throughout the United States, the public’s perspective on the drug is beginning to shift. According to the National Association on Drug Abuse, marijuana use grows higher and higher nationwide, and Lakeland College is no exception. “I don’t think i...

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