The Lakeland Mirror

Student employment cut

Students are losing opportunities for campus employment.

Romain Johnson II, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2014

Over the past year, Lakeland College has made many changes regarding student employment. More and more positions have disappeared or hours have been cut for new and returning students, which has drawn a lot of attention to the Lakeland Community according to Career Connect. Rose Provencher, manager...

Sexual assault a real problem

Sexual assault a real problem

Benjamin Wilks and Leah Ulatowski

September 25, 2014

Count five people around campus. One out of five students (20 percent) will experience sexual assault during their college years. Sexual assault is a real occurrence on college campuses. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), out of that 20 percent who are victimized, only 5 percent...

Kelly Quick serves as an autism advocate

Kelly Quick is a Lakeland professor living with autism.

Leah Ulatowski, Copy Editor

April 24, 2014

According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “about 1 in 68 American children has been identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).” The children will someday become adults with autism; Kelly Quick, assistant professor of exercise science, is a living example. Quick’s older brother,...

Week break from school used for service

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

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]...

Funding goes beyond the cornfields

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

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...

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