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International student experiences Greek life

International student experiences Greek life

Aaron Barth, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2017


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An international student joining a fraternity or sorority at Lakeland is rare compared to the number of students who join overall. Junior hospitality major Daiki Kojima is one of the few. Kojima is a Japanese international student who came from Lakeland University Japan in January 2017. “Everything...

Student and charges named in drug arrest

Student and charges named in drug arrest

Luke Ulatowski, Executive Editor

December 8, 2017


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The case details regarding the Dec. 6 arrest of a student during a police exercise at Lakeland have been released. Nathaniel Newton-Reinert, 20, was charged with possession of under 200 grams of THC with intent to distribute, a Class I felony. He was also charged with possession of amphetamines, LSD ...

Counselor Liosatos reaches out

Counselor Liosatos reaches out

Chase Lindgren, Staff Reporter

December 8, 2017


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For students who are not yet familiar with their roles on campus, it can be hard to know the right time to go and see a counselor, but Lakeland’s remaining counselor hopes to reach out to them nonetheless. Director of Counseling Services Alex Liosatos is currently the only counselor at Lakeland. Ac...

Student arrested for possessing narcotics during K-9 police exercise

Student arrested for possessing narcotics during K-9 police exercise

Luke Ulatowski, Executive Editor

December 6, 2017


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A student was arrested for posessing narcotics during a K-9 training exercise scheduled between Lakeland and several local law enforcement departments on Dec. 6. According to the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office, the student was arrested at approximately 9 a.m. Lakeland’s Director of External...

Freshman Holmer raises massive assortment of birds

Freshman Holmer raises massive assortment of birds

Melissa Reise, Managing Editor

December 3, 2017


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For one Lakeland student, bird really is the word. Freshman computer science major Dustin Holmer houses a not-so-modest amount of birds right in his own home. Hiding behind a quiet demeanor, Holmer has a unique passion in cherishing his marvelous winged creatures. The Holmer family’s first bird c...

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