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June 12, 2015 In Lakeland College Blog
Lakeland’s Blue & Gold Champions team has been working hard in preparation for this weekend’s inaugural Blue & Gold Days celebration on campus. The team, comprised of outstanding Lakeland College student leaders, will host and educate a large group of incoming freshmen and their families for what was formerly called “summer orientation.” Visit or the event’s Facebook page for more information about and a schedule for the weekend. Lakeland’s Blue & Gold Champions meet strong academic requirements and…
June 9, 2015 In Lakeland College Blog
Immediately following Aimee Thrune’s graduation from Lakeland College last month, she went on a post-ceremony hugging spree – much to the dismay of her two brothers. “I hugged every professor I know, and my brothers were saying, ‘What are you doing?’” Thrune recalls with a smile. “They were so annoyed because it took so long. They were hungry and wanted to eat.” Thrune had plenty of people to hug, considering she graduated with a triple major – early adolescence through…
May 28, 2015 In Lakeland College Blog
When Illinois native Tim VanDoorn chose Lakeland College, he decided to embrace the private school experience and participate fully in student life. He joined track and field as a thrower, participated in music as a trombonist and served on the executive board of the student activities committee. He reached out to the football coaching staff, asked how he could help and was named team manager. “Whatever was going on, I tried to get involved,” says the 2015 grad. “Lakeland College…
May 27, 2015 In Lakeland College Blog
Sixteen Lakeland College students visited two Plymouth High School AP History classes last week and shared what they had learned about Abraham Lincoln, putting an exclamation mark on their May Term experience. The Lakeland students, split up into small groups, stood before Daniel Lamb’s attentive high school students and presented on various aspects of Lincoln’s life. Topics included his complex views on slavery, how he was photographed over the years, how he dealt with grief, how he might have used…
May 26, 2015 In Lakeland College Blog
Daniel David Black, Lakeland College assistant professor of music and director of choral activities, recently served as guest conductor for one piece at New Holstein High School’s Spring Choral Concert. “I had a really great time,” he said. “It was a fun piece, and I just love what I do. Working with young people is so rewarding, and they sang very well. The auditorium was packed, the audience was into it and it was a very positive experience.” The piece…
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