The Lakeland Mirror

‘Avenue Q’ Review: Endearingly taboo

‘Avenue Q’ Review: Endearingly taboo

Zeni Yacab, Staff Reporter

April 12, 2018


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On April 5, Lakeland’s theatre department opened the Bradley doors for a production of the musical comedy “Avenue Q.” Over the past few weeks, the musical’s well-known bizzare reputation stopped many parents from attending. The musical is a coming of age story told through the puppets that live...

“Ice & Fire” concert breaks a mediocre streak

“Ice & Fire” concert breaks a mediocre streak

Gabrielle Boss, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2018


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Over the past couple of years, some of Lakeland’s choir and band performances have been slightly lackluster. However, with Feb. 25’s “Ice & Fire,” they gave one of their best performances in years.   The choir performed six pieces: “Innoria,” “Saarella Palla (Fire on the Island),”...

Drunk students need safe transportation

Drunk students need safe transportation

Megan Hellmer, Staff Reporter

February 17, 2018


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If you have seen the news about the issue of potential drunk driving between campus and JB's, you know nothing gets “closer to home.” It's hard to miss what the problem is: the balance between offering parties for students and offering safe transportation to and from those parties. We've got th...

Review: “Cuckoo’s Nest” fist-clenchingly investing

Review: “Cuckoo’s Nest” fist-clenchingly investing

Chase Lindgren, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2017


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The hard work and dedication of a semester of play practice was showcased in the Bradley Theatre in the performance of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” which was riveting, funny, sad, and at times had me clenching my fists in emotion. The play tells the story of Randle McMurphy, a man sent t...

Reflections: Students ponder if college is worth the price

Reflections: Students ponder if college is worth the price

Andrea Barile, Jill Keskimaki

November 10, 2017


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Tuition costs are constant stressors for college students that typically stay with them long after graduation. Click the slideshow to see how students respond to one big question: Is college worth the price?

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