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Equus will be ‘dark, theatrical, and powerful’

Equus will be ‘dark, theatrical, and powerful’

Katie Amundsen, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2013


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Said Charlie Krebs, Associate Professor of Theatre and Speech, of this year’s spring play, Equus, “Most of the time you want the audience to believe the illusion. This time, we’re deconstructing the illusion.” The play, which premieres Thursday, April 4, is different from those of Lakeland’s...

Hypnotist brings Lakeland a night of fun and laughter

Hypnotist brings Lakeland a night of fun and laughter

Benjamin Wilks, Staff Reporter

February 21, 2013


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

I have no magical powers…I can only make suggestions,” said Chris Jones, a hypnotist who has been performing hypnotism for two years and visited Lakeland for a special performance on Feb. 18 in the Bradley building. “Hypnotism is not a form of magic, but a form of suggestion,” Jones said. Jones...

New Musko mascot revealed to students

Michelle Fromm, Managing Editor

February 21, 2013


Filed under Top Stories

If you’ve been paying attention to Lakeland’s media—whether on Facebook, YouTube, or Lakeland.edu—you have probably noticed quite a bit of hype surrounding the introduction of a new version of the beloved Musko the Muskie mascot costume. Leading up to Musko’s big reveal, Lakeland posted...

Lakeland Comes Together To Save Lives In Honor Of Chad Johnson

Lakeland Comes Together To Save Lives In Honor Of Chad Johnson

Sean Gilligan, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2013


Filed under News, Top Stories

Senior Business Management and Psychology major Brittany Bohm lost her boyfriend Chad Johnson, also a Lakeland student, a year ago in February to Leukemia. “There will forever be pain in my heart from losing Chad so young. I’ll get married, I’ll move on—but Chad will always be that person,...

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