The Lakeland Mirror

War stories: Core III students attend World War II presentation

War stories: Core III students attend World War II presentation

Al Fairchild, Staff Reporter

April 5, 2012


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The staff and residents of Libby’s House, an assisted-living facility for seniors in Plymouth, welcomed the students of a Lakeland College Core III class on March 8 to hear a presentation by World War II veteran Al Beinemann. Joshua Kutney, instructor of writing, first introduced his Excellence...

The Mission House Muskies: Lakeland’s rich history reveals close connections

The Mission House Muskies: Lakeland’s rich history reveals close connections

Michelle Fromm, Staff Reporter

April 5, 2012


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Today you’re reading a copy of the Lakeland College Mirror—maybe you’re even looking at an online version. But it wasn’t always that way; Lakeland has a rich history, and had you been born eighty years ago or so, you would have read the Mission House Mirror. Times have changed here at Lakeland...

Muskies: then and now

Muskies: then and now

Michelle Fromm, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2012


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Once upon a time, a student could pay his tuition at Mission House (now Lakeland College) for only $50 per semester, and pay for his room and board with a single $100 bill. This was what the Mission House Mirror reported back in March of 1941. Times may have changed drastically since then, but the spirit o...

Third annual Mosaic concert at LC

Third annual Mosaic concert at LC

Skye Sieglaff, Copy Editor

February 23, 2012


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The third annual Mosaic Concert took place in the Bradley Theater on Thursday, Feb. 16th. “Mosaic is an opportunity for the Creative Arts Division to highlight their work and creativity,” said Nate Lowe, assistant professor of writing. The concert included student performances by the concert...

Improvised Shakespeare: The first ever production of “The Scarecrow”

Michelle Fromm, Staff Reporter

February 23, 2012


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Five members of a group known as The Improvised Shakespeare Company put together a show titled A Scarecrow for an excited crowd of Lakeland students, professors, and others in the Bradley Building on Feb. 2. The award-winning group hails from Chicago and knows so much about Shakespeare’s well-kno...

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