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Crisis of witchery or crisis of self?

Auditions for the fall play, “The Crucible,” were held Sept. 8 and 9. From playwright Arthur Miller, the story is of the Salem witch trials that occurred in the 1690’s in Massachusetts. Performances will take place Nov. 13-16.

Constitution Day lecture

The Constitution Day Lecture occurred in the Bradley Fine Arts Building on Sept. 18. Federal Judge Robert Dow was the featured speaker. Judge Dow is a United States District Judge, serving the Northern District of Illinois since 2007. Believing everyone should have a basic understanding of the Constitution, the lecture focused on the separation of powers in the First and Fourth amendments, and their relation to the country’s place in the 21st century world.

LC Faculty Art Exhibition

Sept. 19 marked the opening of the Bradley Gallery’s 2014-15 season, featuring art from Lakeland College’s faculty. Associate Professors of Art Bill Weidner and Denise Presnell-Weidner, along with instructors Mark Weber and Pat Robison, all have works on display. The exhibit is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, through Oct. 31.

Homecoming weekend

Homecoming weekend is Oct. 3-5. Events are scheduled the morning of Friday, Oct. 3 through the afternoon of Sunday, Oct. 5. The new cross country trail will be the site of the returning Homecoming run. Saturday’s football game, scheduled for 1 p.m. at Taylor Field, will be against Wisconsin Lutheran College. For a full schedule of events, visit the events section under the “alumni & giving” tab on the lakeland.edu website.

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