The Lakeland Mirror

Hurricane relief open mic brings surprises

Hurricane relief open mic brings surprises

Andrea Barile, Staff Reporter

October 28, 2017


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The Spiritual Life Council and Chaplain Department teamed up to hold another open mic night, this time opening up the roster to include non-musical acts, including a surprise performance by the president of the university. The event, dubbed “Art of Relief,” took place in the Bradley Theater o...

Multiple burglaries reported across campus

Multiple burglaries reported across campus

Gabrielle Boss, Staff Reporter

October 26, 2017


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A significant amount of burglaries have occurred in residence halls throughout the semester, which has led to the display of warning posters that place the blame on students who do not properly close their doors. Since the beginning of the fall semester, there have been roughly six incidents of burglar...

Honor Society promotion hits Lakeland emails

Honor Society promotion hits Lakeland emails

Luke Ulatowski, Executive Editor

October 20, 2017


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Various students have received invitations to join an organization called Honor Society and HonorSociety.org, an action that Lakeland and several other academic institutions have warned against. In Honor Society’s emails, students are asked to pay $50 in order to join the organization and receive spe...

Gallery: Muskies rally at Pep Fest

Gallery: Muskies rally at Pep Fest

Diante Moses, Staff Reporter

October 19, 2017


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This year’s Homecoming pep rally was dubbed Pep Fest, where freshmen took home the Spirit Cup. The event took place on Oct. 13 after the women’s volleyball game. Students teamed up for a variety of games to celebrate homecoming. A new t-shirt gun was introduced....

Guarente leads “eclectic” choir concert

Guarente leads “eclectic” choir concert

Gabrielle Boss, Staff Reporter

October 19, 2017


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On Oct. 15, Lakeland Concert Choir performed their first concert of the year. Choir instructor John Guarente promised the audience an eclectic performance, which was reflected by the piece selection. The repertoire featured a variety of pieces, from “Tshotsholoza” arranged Jeffrey L. Ames to “Qui...

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