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Lakeland becoming more paternalistic over actions of campus minority

Lakeland becoming more paternalistic over actions of campus minority

Serina Jones, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2015


Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

It has come to my attention that Lakeland College has seemed to try to take on a parental role for its students.  By this I mean that the adults on campus are being treated as if they are children. A perfect example is the elimination of Reading Day.  What was Reading Day, new freshmen may ask? Reading ...

Changes planned for future May terms

Changes planned for future May terms

Karalee Manis, Copy Editor

December 15, 2015


Filed under News, Top Stories

In a campus-wide email sent out by David Gallianetti Wednesday, Dec. 9, changes to May Term were detailed. In the document, several points of concern students might have regarding the planned changes were addressed. The questions and answers included were: Will there still be a May Term in 2016?...

Little known as to why Sizemore resigns

Little known as to why Sizemore resigns

Peter Ludolph, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2015


Filed under News, Top Stories

Rob Sizemore, college chaplain and assistant professor of religion, has resigned from his position at Lakeland. The college announced his departure on Tuesday, Dec 8, via email. Sizemore stated on his Facebook account, “Many of you have heard that I am no longer with the college, which is true. After a...

Five Star program enhancing Greek life

Five Star program enhancing Greek life

Serina Jones, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2015


Filed under News, Top Stories

As many know, there have been a number of changes on Lakeland’s campus, one of them being the Five Star Enhancement Program, which is something that is now threaded into Greek life. Corey Roberson, success coach, explains that the Five Star Enhancement Program is a structure for each organization...

Lakeland students make impact through service and selfie

Lakeland students make impact through service and selfie

Janel Weir, Guest Writer

December 6, 2015


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

On Saturday, Nov. 21, four members of the Habitat for Humanity Lakeland College Chapter volunteered at the local Sheboygan Habitat ReStore. The student volunteers helped prepare the store for the upcoming holidays by setting up Christmas tree displays and stocking the shelves with seasonal merchan...

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