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Robots, Chaz and Ada, will soon roam the halls of Chase

Robots, Chaz and Ada, will soon roam the halls of Chase

Amanda Smith, Managing Editor

November 13, 2014


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Have you heard about Chaz and Ada, Lakeland’s computer science program’s newest additions? No, they aren’t humans – they are, in fact, robots that stand 23 inches tall. NAO (pronounced now) Robots to be specific. Thanks to a grant from the Ruth St. John & John Dunham West Foundation,...

Cheese Bowl trophy finally returns to its home at LC

Cheese Bowl trophy finally returns to its home at LC

Benjamin Wilks, Sports Editor

November 13, 2014


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

For four years, the trophy case in the Wehr Center had been missing a familiar treasure. Since 2010, the trophy that depicts a cheese football had been in the Concordia Falcons’ trophy case, collecting dust. This past Saturday, it returned to Lakeland College. Lakeland football players entered...

Cramming for finals with Cram Jam

Cramming for finals with Cram Jam

Heather Hartmann, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2014


Filed under News, Top Stories

Wondering how to get a jump start on studying for finals week? Jump right in with Cram Jam, an event that will kick off this year’s end of the semester study efforts. The basic premise is to have a late night event for students to learn, study and prepare for Exam Week while also enjoying music,...

Board of trustees appoints new chairperson

Board of trustees appoints new chairperson

Davida Marthenze, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2014


Filed under News, Top Stories

Barbara Gannon, vice president of Plymouth’s Sargento Foods, was recently elected as chairperson of the Lakeland College board of trustees. She has been working closely with the current chairperson of 16 years, Sheboygan attorney Robert Melzer, to learn about the ins and outs of being chairperson in...

A key problem?

A key problem?

Peter Ludolph, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2014


Filed under News, Top Stories

Is it possible that one’s school mailbox could be accessed by another student? Recently, a question was raised by students on campus who wondered just how secure their mailboxes are. The primary concern is the ability for some students to open other students’ mailboxes with their keys. Not every...

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