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Mirror staff update: Top two editors depart

Mirror staff update: Top two editors depart

Luke Ulatowski, Digital Media Manager
October 31, 2016
Filed under News, Top Stories

Executive editor Danielle Livingston and managing editor Karalee Manis have made the joint decision to resign from their positions at The Mirror. Both positions will remain empty until next semester. In the meantime, their responsibilities will fall upon the remaining editors. This unforeseen shakeup ...

Mirror takes summer break

Mirror takes summer break

Danielle Livingston, Executive Editor
May 16, 2016
Filed under News, Top Stories

Just like many other students on Lakeland’s campus, the staff members of The Mirror have busy summers planned. Due to the inability to have a consistent and constant staff, we just do not feel right claiming the site is “active” if we are not posting weekly. Therefore, the site will go “do...

Karalee vs. Leah: Does Planned Parenthood help college women?

Karalee vs. Leah: Does Planned Parenthood help college women?

Karalee Manis and Leah Ulatowski
November 13, 2015
Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

In the wake of national debates about whether or not Planned Parenthood should be defunded, we asked our columnists their opinions about the organization's impact on students--specifically, does it help college-aged women? Here are their responses: Karalee Manis: YES To say that Planned Pa...

“Blue Ruin” stunningly honest, goes above and beyond

“Blue Ruin” stunningly honest, goes above and beyond

Luke Ulatowski, Social Media Editor
November 9, 2015
Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

As long as the will to make money without earning it thrives, so does Kickstarter. Whether it’s a shoddy, broken video game or a bowl of potato salad, plenty of artists’ wishes have been granted for the price of the legion. The quality of Kickstarter projects isn’t always great, but what d...

Karalee vs. Leah: Should the college limit activities to curb student behavior?

Karalee vs. Leah: Should the college limit activities to curb student behavior?

Leah Ulatowski and Karalee Manis
November 4, 2015
Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

This past semester, Lakeland College has cut back on the hours that the 1862 Lounge serves alcohol, stopped sponsoring student activities early in the week and eliminated "Reading Day." Some students consider these changes to be paternalistic, but others sympathize with the fact that the colleg...

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