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Beat the Winter Blues Away, Join Mindfulness Thursdays

Beat the Winter Blues Away, Join Mindfulness Thursdays

Mallory Pautz, Staff Reporter

February 13, 2019


Filed under Art & Features, Events, Top Stories

For as little as one hour a week beginning Thursday, February 14th, Lakeland University graduate student Elizabeth Licht is providing a unique opportunity to unite students and staff wishing to improve their confidence and clarity of thought through mindful practice. Class will be held every Thursday...

Lit Lounge torch passed to Mongin

Lit Lounge torch passed to Mongin

Maui Viola, Staff Reporter

December 28, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

  In Spring of 2019, sophomore creative writing major Amira Mongin will take on the task of overlooking the Lit Lounge Club.  The Lit Lounge Book Club was founded by Community Relations Manager Gina Covelli before Lakeland took on the title of University. Around 2014, the club was created as ...

Protection or punishment? New Krueger and Muehlmeier policies cause uproar

Protection or punishment? New Krueger and Muehlmeier policies cause uproar

Maui Viola, Staff Reporter

December 21, 2018


Filed under News, Top Stories

A meeting was held in the Krueger and Muehlmeier halls Nov. 29 regarding policy updates on visitation and safety for the respective halls. The policy was enacted the same day and is a short-term solution that will lead into spring of 2019. The policy limits non-assigned residents’ visitation to...

The skinny on campus parking

The skinny on campus parking

Mallory Pautz, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

In October, a Lakeland Today notification reminded students not to park in the “Future Muskies” parking spaces to the north of the Nash admissions building. Administration Specialist Christine Vanic elaborated on the topic.  The single row of “Future Muskies” parking spaces are specifically reserved for future students of Lakeland...

Co-op raises on-campus equal opportunity employment concerns

Co-op raises on-campus equal opportunity employment concerns

Maui Viola, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

  Students at Lakeland for the Cooperative Education program receive prioritization over other students for on-campus employment. Associate Vice President for Cooperative Education Jess Lambrecht responded to student qualms.  “It has been overwhelming for staff and for students because they...

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