• Week break from school used for service

    Week break from school used for service

    Amanda Smith, Staff Reporter

    April 3, 2014

    What do six states, 2,250 miles and a 17-hour drive one way have in common? It was all part of what 18 members and two leaders of Lakeland's Habitat for Humanity chapter experienced during Spring Break this year to help build houses in North Carolina. "The Durham Habitat for Humanity folks [told]... READ MORE »»

    Habitat for Humanity volunteers joined forces to raise and support a wall while it was installed.

    Nate Dehne

  • 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

    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 »»

    King Arthur, played by grad student Allan Fett, and the Lady of the Lake, freshman music and psychology major Brittney Koerner, are wed, ending Spamalot the musical.

    Callah Kraus

  • Funding goes beyond the cornfields

    Funding goes beyond the cornfields

    Austin Anderson, Staff Reporter

    April 3, 2014

    Students on campus may be wondering where some of the funds go at Lakeland. Well, The Mirror was on the case this past week to find out how Lakeland funds trips for classes and student organizations, such as Lakeland’s Campus Activities Board (LC-CAB). One might not have guessed that there are different... READ MORE »»

    Lakeland sets aside money to go towards field trips that comes from both tuition and donations to the college.

    Callah Kraus

  • The ‘Freshman 15′: Gaining knowledge and weight

    The ‘Freshman 15′: Gaining knowledge and weight

    Breanna Weber, Website Manager

    April 3, 2014

    Starting college can stressful; many students leave their home, family, friends and basically everything they once knew. Some must head off to a new city to live in a tiny dorm with a stranger. Suddenly it is their responsibility to get themselves up for class, finish homework, study, take care of laundry... READ MORE »»

    Most students The Mirror interviewed believe the "Freshman 15" is a myth.

    Callah Kraus

  • Silent, but not sleeping, in the stands

    Silent, but not sleeping, in the stands

    Benjamin Wilks, Sports Editor

    March 6, 2014

    Support has never been a problem for Lakeland fans. On a basketball game day, some students regularly come dressed in outfits meant to perturb the other team so that the Muskies can have a greater chance at winning. Recently, Lakeland intensified that for the semifinal men’s basketball game against... READ MORE »»

    The crowd goes nuts as the Muskie basketball team scores their 10th point against Edgewood.

    Benjamin Wilks

News

Week break from school used for service

Week break from school used for service

Amanda Smith, Staff Reporter

What do six states, 2,250 miles and a 17-hour drive one way have in common? It was all part of what 18 members and two leaders of Lakeland's...  Read More »

April 3, 2014

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Lakeland sets aside money to go towards field trips that comes from both tuition and donations to the college.

Funding goes beyond the cornfields

April 3, 2014

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Specialized class opportunities offered for May term

April 3, 2014

Now that it is April and the semester is approaching the end, students have the opportunity to choose...  Read More »

The Lakeland Singers join the Jazz Ensemble for their final song, "Moonlight Serenade."

Small ensemble concert

April 3, 2014

On a blustery Monday, March 31, the Lakeland College Music Department put on the spring Small Ensembles...  Read More »

Spring Break trip tips

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Every city has unique attractions that offer new experiences for students and families alike. Spring...  Read More »

Arts and Entertainment

The Knights of the Round Table perform at Lakeland

The Knights of the Round Table perform at Lakeland

Amanda Bagnall-Newman, Layout Manager

Lakeland’s spring musical, Spamalot, performed March 27 through March 30, rocked the Bradley stage and left the audience cheering for more....  Read More »

April 3, 2014

Are convocations misunderstood?

April 3, 2014

Sports

Muskie Spotlight: Jacob Battle

Muskie Spotlight: Jacob Battle

Benjamin Wilks, Sports Editor

Q: What year are you and what is your major? A: Freshman and criminal justice.   Q: What has been the...  Read More »

April 3, 2014

Fun House

Part 3 of 3: The adventure of the dead Musko

Part 3 of 3: The adventure of the dead Musko

Stephanie Tutor, Guest Writer

Disclaimer: the fun in the FunHouse stays in the FunHouse. Please read responsibly, and do not take Fun-House...  Read More »

April 25, 2013

Student Life

Top 4 worst ways to study for finals

Michelle Fromm, Managing Editor

Whether it’s a final paper, a presentation, or the dreaded final exam, we...  Read More »

December 5, 2013