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2015 MLK Walk

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Snow did not stop students, staff, and supporters as they joined together in a silent walk for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. “How can you not walk on a day like this?” said Lakeland College’s President Daniel Eck. “It’s a great opportunity for everyone at the college to get together and actually think about what it [Martin Luther King Jr. Day] means.”

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