The Lakeland Mirror

Gestic Theatre Company provokes thought

Ben Wilks, Staff Reporter

September 30, 2013

The Gestic Theatre Company made its annual trip to Lakeland College on Sept. 12 in order to ask the tough questions and incite dialogue amongst students concerning sensitive topics like prejudice, rape, sexism and racism. GTC Dramatic Dialogues is a group of three actors lead by Michael Agnew that...

Acapella at Lakeland

Acapella at Lakeland

Austin Anderson, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2013

Lakeland’s music department has seen some major changes this semester. Both choir and band have gotten new directors and some music groups have come and gone. Handbell Choir was dropped last year after Professor Janet Herrick retired after a 20 year career of directing Concert Choir at Lakeland. With...

Senior from Kenya triumphs over bullying

Senior from Kenya triumphs over bullying

Leah Ulatowski, Copy Editor

April 25, 2013

In her life, Laurine Achieng has been both the victim of tremendous adversity and the recipient of matchless opportunity. Born in Kenya, Achieng lost both her parents at the age of 7 and was separated from her older brother and sister as she bounced between several relatives’ homes. Circumstances...

Equus stuns audience with urbane production

Equus stuns audience with urbane production

Katie Amundsen, Staff Reporter

April 25, 2013

Equus is the story of a boy named Alan (played by sophomore psychology and sociology major Todd Szymuszkiewicz), who, to someone who doesn’t know his story, might seem relatable to many teenagers. His parents fight, but are constantly worried about him, and he just wants to have a normal date with...

Brittaney Prosser decides to leave Lakeland

Brittaney Prosser decides to leave Lakeland

Amanda Smith, Staff Reporter

April 25, 2013

Brittaney Prosser, residence hall director of Arthur M. Krueger Hall, bids farewell to Lakeland after three years. She came to Lakeland in 2010 because she liked the campus size and environment. “Everyone was laid back and extremely friendly. I felt I would fit in well,” Prosser said. “It was...

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