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Women’s wrestling a first for Wisconsin

Women’s wrestling a first for Wisconsin

Maui Viola, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, Sports, Top Stories, Wrestling

Collegiate women’s wrestling is only offered at 48 colleges in America. The establishment of Lakeland’s women’s wrestling program marks the first of its kind for both Lakeland University and the state of Wisconsin.  The first season began on Oct. 1. The program takes on the season with a roster of 7 athletes: Maribel Dorantes,...

Shuttle available for midterm voting

Shuttle available for midterm voting

Scarlett Archuleta

November 5, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

The midterm elections are here, and no matter who you’re voting for, getting to the polls is half the battle.  That’s why this year, on Nov. 6, the Lakeland mini bus will meet students outside the Laun Center at the circle drive to transport them to Franklin City Hall. The bus will shuttle u...

Student Success Team gets spooky for Halloween

Student Success Team gets spooky for Halloween

Mallory Pautz, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

Halloween had a major presence at Lakeland, and students weren’t the only ones dressing up for the occasion.  The Student Success and Engagement Team showed holiday spirit by hosting a trick-or-treat meet-and-greet in the Lauer Center. Costumes donned by the team ranged from zoo animals to French toast. St...

Feature Friday: Linda Bosman

Feature Friday: Linda Bosman

Dominique Lee, Staff Reporter

November 2, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

An individual who you may have run into at various campus events but not know personally is Linda Bosman. Bosman is the director of the new Ulrich Center and of donor relations. She’s been with the university since 2012.  Bosman grew up in a small community just south of Madison. In high school, she had a lot of opportunities to go to ...

Lakeland’s no-power hour

Lakeland’s no-power hour

Rachel Arland, Staff Reporter

November 1, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

On Friday, Oct. 26, Lakeland had a campus-wide power outage. The electricity went out in the early morning. As a result, all classes were cancelled and students received a day off. Here is how people spent their day.  Linda Xiong, a marketing major, spent her day with friends. She and her roommates went to Harry’s Diner for bre...

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