Assistant Professor of General Studies Jodie Liedke sports a pair of green earrings and chic thick-rimmed glasses while sitting in her new office—at first glance, one can tell that Lakeland College’s newest addition is certainly a breath of fresh air.
“A couple of years ago, I pictured myself... READ MORE »»
Jodie Liedke graduated from Lakeland in 2006 and has now returned to teach the next generation of Muskies.
For the eighth year in a row, Lakeland College participated in the annual Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Cans Across the Conference food drive. For the second time, Lakeland came in second place behind Alverno College.
“I’m proud of our efforts,” says Lindsey Vande Hoef, head coach... READ MORE »»
The annual International Food Festival brings a variety of cultures and their foods under one roof for the enjoyment of all.
The festival, which was held on Nov. 23 this year, supports Lakeland’s Global Student Association (GSA) and draws in a huge crowd every year, full of people willing to try... READ MORE »»
Students and community members come together to sample an array of entrees and desserts.
Pulitzer Prize winner Art Spiegelman’s Maus is more than a graphic novel about the Holocaust; among other things, it is a story about the cartoonist himself and how he channeled his family history into art.
While Lakeland College students and faculty have become well acquainted with Spiegelman’s... READ MORE »»
Art Spiegelman sits on the back of a chair to get a better view of the people in the back of the room during the question and answer session.
The Phi Delta Omega sorority is once again fundraising this holiday season. The Giving Tree for Youth Build Lake County, located in North Chicago, raises support for kids less fortunate during the holidays. Lakeland students can select from the tree located in the campus center across from the information... READ MORE »»