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Native American Dancers take the Bradley Stage

Native American Dancers take the Bradley Stage

Jonathan Cornelius, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2019

The extremely talented, and multiple award-winning Native American dancing troop, the Bear Clan, had taken center stage in the Bradley Center, and they entertained the audience over the course of an hour with the performance of eleven different and unique dances and songs.  The show had started with a bang,...

A Blessing of the Animals Service

A Blessing of the Animals Service

Emi Tsuji, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2019

A Blessing of the Animals is an event where students, staff, and faculty can bring their pets, like dogs or cats, to campus for a day, as well as a service to them.  This event serves as an opportunity to bring pets to campus. Recently, the policies on campus about bringing pets changed because of ...

Jodie Mortag presents her published personal essay “Bend”

Jodie Mortag presents her published personal essay “Bend”

October 2, 2019

Jodie Mortag’s personal essay, titled “Bend” is currently published in issue six of the online journal, Counterclock. Her essay follows her journey through the Bahamas. Jodie was reluctant to give too many details as to the personal meaning of the essay. Saying she wanted her audience to interpret and ...

Lakeland at Full Capacity

Lakeland at Full Capacity

Clarice Case, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2019

This fall, Lakeland welcomed over 200 new freshmen to campus; one of the largest classes seen in a while. With that, Lakeland encountered some issues regarding housing and its ability to accommodate all students living on campus.  Before this year, Grosshuesch Hall was already empty, and left 100 beds un...

Lakeland Tech club receives humanoid for future programs

Lakeland Tech club receives humanoid for future programs

Austin Tanck, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2019

Standing at four feet tall, Poppy the humanoid, costed about $31,000. The team named the humanoid after, Frances "Poppy" Northcutt, a computress who worked on NASA’s Apollo space programs.  She has sensors that can register ones facial patterns and recognize what the individuals are saying. She can turn her head, arms and even roll around. Poppy has to register to someone in order for her to pr...

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