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January 8, 2015 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland’s women’s basketball team hosted a group of special guests for the Muskies’ 81-73 home victory over Rockford University on Tuesday night. More than 20 select-level sixth-grade girls’ basketball players from Sheboygan and Howards Grove spent a fun-filled evening with the Muskies at the Wehr Center. The youngsters started off their visit with a spirited practice session in the fieldhouse, which included a fun shooting drill with the Muskies players. The girls then took a break to devour pizza and…
January 7, 2015 In Lakeland University Blog
Lakeland College recently made quite a splash when it unveiled the inaugural “Fish Swish” at Sheboygan’s biggest high school sporting event. North’s Tony Tellez and South’s Sydnee Pribernow, whose names were drawn from among the many students who registered, each got to take one half-court shot between the third and fourth quarters of the boys’ basketball game between North and South. Making the shot would have meant $500 for the student, plus $500 toward the school club or organization of…
January 6, 2015 In Lakeland University Blog
Over the past few years, seven Lakeland College accounting graduates have launched careers with Schenck SC, a full-service CPA and business consulting firm with more than 500 employees and eight locations in Wisconsin. Recently, Schenck SC in Sheboygan hosted 21 Lakeland Intermediate Accounting I students for an educational, competitive project. This particular collaboration began when Lakeland Assistant Professor of Accounting Brett Killion and Schenck partner Randy Olm created a fictitious business called “Sheboygan Hardware” and devised financial statements. “Our students were able…
December 23, 2014 In Lakeland University Blog
Serving others is in Emma Landowski's blood and in her soul, so it's no wonder the Lakeland College sophomore is excited about her mission trip to India. Emma's hometown church, Immanuel United Church of Christ in Kewaskum, founded an orphanage and tailoring centers there more than a decade ago. On Dec. 28, Emma, her parents and three sisters will travel there for the third time to help women and girls learn life skills and avoid prostitution and theft as means…
December 17, 2014 In Lakeland University Blog
Breanna Weber was shocked. Shortly after earning her associate degree in graphic art and web design from Lakeshore Technical College, she received some disheartening news. “I had been accepted to UW-Milwaukee, but found out they would only take 16 of my 68 credits,” she recalled. “I was blown away. I thought, ‘Can this be right?’ “My goal was to get a bachelor’s degree, and suddenly I was stuck. To think I’d have to enter a four-year school as a second-semester…

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