The Lakeland Mirror

Feature Friday: Linda Bosman

Feature Friday: Linda Bosman

Dominique Lee, Staff Reporter

November 2, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

An individual who you may have run into at various campus events but not know personally is Linda Bosman. Bosman is the director of the new Ulrich Center and of donor relations. She’s been with the university since 2012.  Bosman grew up in a small community just south of Madison. In high school, she had a lot of opportunities to go to ...

The Mirror returns to print, podcast in the works

The Mirror returns to print, podcast in the works

Luke Ulatowski and Scarlett Archuleta

November 1, 2018


Filed under News, Top Stories

The Lakeland Mirror’s first print edition in over three years has arrived.  The original print version of The Mirror was established in 1936 as Lakeland’s primary student-run news publication, but the organization has met its greatest changes over the past few years.  In February of 2012, to mee...

Comedic ‘Bible’ play coming to Lakeland

Comedic ‘Bible’ play coming to Lakeland

Mallory Pautz, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

Lakeland University’s 2018 fall performance will be “The Bible: The Complete Word of God, Abridged.” This convocation event, free for Lakeland students, will be held in the Bradley Theatre beginning Thursday, Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m. and wrap up with a matinee starting at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov....

The future of suites: Replace or renovate?

The future of suites: Replace or renovate?

Maui Viola, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

The future of the most cost-sensitive living options for Lakeland residents and the traditional camping grounds for Greek Life organizations is in question.  Built in 1966, the Friedli and Hofer suites are currently housing up to 82 students and six Greek Life organizations. The suites are favor...

Investigative journalist Hall dissects the state of democracy

Investigative journalist Hall dissects the state of democracy

Mallory Pautz, Staff Reporter

October 24, 2018


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

On Oct. 16, in what qualified for Lakeland students an off-campus convocation at the Mead Public Library, State Investigative Journalist Dee Hall informed the community about her view on the Wisconsin government’s current state-of-affairs.  Hall highlighted the series “Undemocratic: Secrecy and Power vs. The People,” a collaborative report created by her University of Wisco...

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