The Lakeland Mirror

Lakelanders go to England

Lakelanders go to England

Michelle Fromm, Managing Editor

January 31, 2013


Filed under Art & Features

The ENG 123 London Theater Trip was the highlight of the holiday season for a group of nine Lakeland students led by Dr. Linda Tolman, professor of English, and Charlie Krebs, associate professor of theatre and speech. Alumni and significant others also came along as they traveled to Stratford-Upon-A...

Derse to begin Kenya service

Derse to begin Kenya service

Brittany Beckmann, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2012


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Megan Derse, an elementary education major from Sheboygan, has made post-graduation plans to move to Kenya and start a preschool with her mother after her anticipated graduation in spring 2014. Derse, a transfer student from Concordia University and UW-Sheboygan, came to Lakeland College last spring...

Winter Concert delights audience

Winter Concert delights audience

Michelle Fromm, Managing Editor

December 6, 2012


Filed under Art & Features

With evergreen trees alit and a cozy atmosphere among the modest crowd, the Lakeland College Music Department put on their Winter Concert on Thursday Nov. 29 at 7:30 p.m. The groups featured in this display of musical holiday cheer included the Schilcutt Handbell Ensemble, the Flute Choir, a handbell...

Music department holds recital

Katie Amundsen

December 6, 2012


Filed under Art & Features

The Lakeland College Music Department’s Departmental Recital was held on Nov. 20 in the Bradley Building. The recital featured a large number of varied musicians, both vocal and instrumental. Matthew Troyer opened the program by singing Silent Noon by Ralph Vaughan Williams, and he did a great ...

Honors Recital showcases Lakeland’s musicians

Michelle Fromm, Managing Editor

November 15, 2012


Filed under Art & Features

The Lakeland College Music Department held its Honors Recital on Nov. 13 to feature a variety of musicians and singers. Kyle Stowers, music education major, opened on the trumpet. Stowers played movements two and three from Concertino for Trumpet by Knudåge Riisager. Ben Johnston, music performance...

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