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Karalee vs. Leah: Does swearing make you sound less intelligent?

Karalee vs. Leah: Does swearing make you sound less intelligent?

Karalee Manis and Leah Ulatowski

October 20, 2015


Filed under Opinions

  The use of obscenities is arguably a part of the college culture, but do people who swear sound less intelligent? Here's what our columnists think: Karalee Manis: NO The easy answer to this would be yes. F-bombs aren’t exactly regarded as high on the list of intellectual vocab wo...

William A. Krueger building to shut off power Oct. 10

William A. Krueger building to shut off power Oct. 10

Leah Ulatowski, Executive Editor

October 7, 2015


Filed under News

According to an email release from Senior Director of Facilities Richard Haen, the electric power in most rooms of the William A. Krueger building will be shut off on Saturday, Oct. 10, as part of the current boiler project. Lakeland College is currently working on a boiler upgrade project in several...

District Attorney Joe DeCecco presents 10th Constitution Day convocation

District Attorney Joe DeCecco presents 10th Constitution Day convocation

Luke Ulatowski, Staff reporter

September 21, 2015


Filed under News, Video

It is a tradition at Lakeland College to observe the constitution during Constitution Day. On Sept. 17, Sheboygan County District Attorney Joe DeCecco delivered Lakeland’s 10th annual observation of the constitution at the Bradley Building. His presentation was fittingly titled "The Bill of Rights: Sti...

Journalist Jackie Spinner opens up about war experiences

Journalist Jackie Spinner opens up about war experiences

Leah Ulatowski, Executive Editor

September 12, 2015


Filed under News, Top Stories, Video

Jackie Spinner, former staff reporter for the Washington Post, never imagined she would cover the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, scrawling her blood type onto duct tape every morning and plastering it over her flak jacket in place of a dog tag, knowing anything could happen out in the field. When editors...

Student Government candidates strive to bridge disconnect

Student Government candidates strive to bridge disconnect

Leah Ulatowski, Editor-in-Chief

April 4, 2015


Filed under News, Top Stories

Lisa Stephan, student success and engagement coach, said the success coaches have been working to reinvigorate the idea of student government on campus. “We’re really excited to have the candidates running for a variety of offices in order to engage with the students and the greater Lakeland College...

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