Honors Recital closes school year with song

Honors Recital closes school year with song

Austin Anderson, Staff Reporter
April 24, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

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Outdoor Summer Activities

Amanda Smith, Staff Reporter
April 24, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Are you staying on campus this summer and looking for something to do? Look no further. The following list has many potential activities that you can participate in with your friends this summer:   State parks Kohler-Andrae State Park - 1020 Beach Park... Read more »

Summer craft ideas with Mod Podge

Summer craft ideas with Mod Podge

Breanna Weber, Web Manager
April 24, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Summer break is awesome: no more homework, no more doing math problems until the late hours of the night, no more worrying about that big paper due tomorrow and no more studying! However, sometimes that newfound freedom leaves you stumped for things to do. Well, have no fear—craft ideas are here! One... Read more »

Art in the eyes of the public

Art in the eyes of the public

Breanna Weber, Web Manager
April 24, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Tarah Johnson was shocked when she heard her name announced over the speaker in the Bradley Theatre at the 2014 Annual Student Art Reception on April 21. “Wait … Me? I won?!” she exclaimed in disbelief. Her photograph, “Photo of Child” #133, was given an honorable mention. Every year... Read more »

The Knights of the Round Table perform at Lakeland

The Knights of the Round Table perform at Lakeland

Amanda Bagnall-Newman, Layout Manager
April 3, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Lakeland’s spring musical, Spamalot, performed March 27 through March 30, rocked the Bradley stage and left the audience cheering for more. The sarcastic, Monty Python-inspired musical tells the tale of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table and their quest for the Holy Grail through music,... Read more »

Are convocations misunderstood?

Benjamin Wilks, Sports Editor
April 3, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

To graduate from Lakeland, undergraduate students spending all four years at Lakeland need 24 convocation credits. Convocations are events that occur on campus; they fall in either the category of fine arts or of lectures. Some students, such as Ashley Reveals, think that convocations are unnecessary. “I... Read more »

Paradigm’s offerings: Coffee and live music

Paradigm’s offerings: Coffee and live music

Andy Kay, Staff Reporter
April 3, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

At first glance, Paradigm Coffee & Music is just another hipster coffeehouse. However, it’s also a unique venue for local and national bands, open mic nights and poetry readings. Paradigm bills itself as a “listening room,” and bassist Tom Abromaitis says that sets it apart from other music... Read more »

Study abroad program offers experiences of a lifetime

Study abroad program offers experiences of a lifetime

Amanda Bagnall-Newman, Layout Manager
April 3, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Features

Studying in a foreign country seems like a scary idea to some, but it’s an adventure of a lifetime for others. Lakeland offers programs that allow one to study abroad in Japan, Germany, China, South Korea, Cancun, Belize and, the newest addition, Luxembourg. Studying abroad provides students with... Read more »

Poetess Stephanie Lenox seeks beauty in the bizarre

Poetess Stephanie Lenox seeks beauty in the bizarre

Leah Ulatowski, Copy Editor
April 3, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Poetess Stephanie Lenox is a petite woman with snowy skin and a coy smile. When she graced the stage of Lakeland College’s Pub on March 20, it was hard to believe that this pretty and composed mother of two has a deep fascination with the bizarre things in life. Nate Lowe, associate professor of... Read more »

Local church choirs create collective concert

Local church choirs create collective concert

Austin Anderson, Staff Reporter
March 6, 2014
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

On Feb. 23, six local United Church of Christ churches joined together to perform sacred music to a small audience. Since Lakeland is a religious institution affiliated with the United Church of Christ, it was a great offering to the local UCC church choirs to spread their wings and go beyond the... Read more »