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Journey to the Koehler: Hailey Jester

Journey to the Koehler: Hailey Jester

Zeni Yacab, Staff Reporter

April 10, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Salem, Wis. native Hailey Jester is one of the four finalists for the 2018 Koehler Award. College students strive to be the best of the best, whether it is throughs academics, athletics or community involvement. The Koehler Award recognizes the achievements of those students who have shown they are the b...

Journey to the Koehler: Megan Hellmer

Journey to the Koehler: Megan Hellmer

Brittany Schmidt and Luke Ulatowski

April 9, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Internship assistant Megan Hellmer is one of four students in the running for 2018’s Koehler Award, the most prestigious award given at the annual Honors Banquet. Hellmer, a senior psychology major and religion minor, is quite the prolific Muskie. Although Hellmer is a commuter, she still involves...

Journey to the Koehler: Nathaniel Cooper

Journey to the Koehler: Nathaniel Cooper

Gabrielle Boss, Staff Reporter

April 9, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Former student government president Nathaniel Cooper is one of four students in the running for 2018’s Koehler Award, the most prestigious award given at the annual Honors Banquet. Cooper is originally from Gbarnga, Liberia. He was born during the Liberian Civil War, which meant that his family m...

Lakeland’s ‘Avenue Q’ challenges: Minority casting, racy content and no-show puppets

Lakeland’s ‘Avenue Q’ challenges: Minority casting, racy content and no-show puppets

Luke Ulatowski, Executive Editor

April 3, 2018


Filed under News, Top Stories

The raunchy, puppet-centric “Avenue Q” presented Lakeland’s theatre program with difficulties in casting minorities, keeping content Lakeland-appropriate and securing puppets. Play director and theatre professor Charlie Krebs calls “Avenue Q” a coming-of-age story. “The characters that...

Professional clothing closet lends students business attire

Professional clothing closet lends students business attire

Megan Hellmer, Staff Reporter

March 28, 2018


Filed under News, Top Stories

Success coach Mara Poullette is overseeing the implementation of Lakeland University's new professional clothing closet. "It is not necessarily unique to us, but it's a service that we want to be able to offer to students," said Poullette of the project. The closet is located in the lower level...

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