Milner targets songs for advertisement markets

Paul Watson, Lamp Staff

February 4, 2020

Many college degrees are gateways to careers after they are awarded. This is not the case with Jeff Milner, a Lincoln Land student studying music, who is using the concepts and skills he learned in the classroom to create...

Biology class create ‘hopeful innovations’

Paul Watson, Lamp Staff

November 25, 2019

Drones planting trees. Houses floating on water. Towers vacuuming smog. People eating drink containers.   Even though this seems like a science fiction writer could have created these innovations, they exist today. Students...

Late automotive professor establishes scholarship in student’s honor

Regina Ivy, Editory-in-Chief

November 24, 2019

When Dick Rogers died, he left a request to donate to a scholarship fund. Not in his own name, but the name of his former student: Ryan Landers.  The Ryan Landers Memorial Scholarship was founded and named after a student who wen...

Veteran shares his story

Quinn Brown, Lamp writer

November 22, 2019

SPRINGFIELD -- Sgt. John Wayne Mayes is a 99-year-old World War II veteran. Mayes was drafted and fought in the Pacific Theater. “It was alright with me, I was just a kid. I didn’t know what was going on,” said Mayes. Mayes,...

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