The Lakeland Mirror

Redlich to play in Brazil

Redlich to play in Brazil

Benjamin Wilks, Sports Editor

April 24, 2014


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Accomplishments should not go unnoticed, especially in sports. Players put in their hard work, and they deserve a form of recognition. In recent events, the men’s volleyball team has exploded in its first year competing at the NCAA Division III level. One player in particular, Alec Redlich, has stood...

Kelly Quick serves as an autism advocate

Kelly Quick serves as an autism advocate

Leah Ulatowski, Copy Editor

April 24, 2014


Filed under Art & Features, News, Top Stories

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,...

Art in the eyes of the public

Art in the eyes of the public

Breanna Rae Weber, Web Manager

April 24, 2014


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Tarah Johnson was shocked when she heard her name announced over the speaker in the Bradley Theatre at the 2014 Annual Student Art Reception on April 21. “Wait … Me? I won?!” she exclaimed in disbelief. Her photograph, “Photo of Child” #133, was given an honorable mention. Every year...

Congratulations Graduates

Stephanie Rebek, Editor-In-Chief

April 24, 2014


Filed under Top Stories

The Lakeland College Mirror would like to extend congratulations to the following students for obtaining a bachelor’s degree. Those listed below either graduated after the Fall 2013 term or are expected to graduate after the Spring 2014 or May 2014 terms. These students are eligible to participate...

‘The Art of Fielding’ hits a home run at LC

‘The Art of Fielding’ hits a home run at LC

Austin Anderson, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2014


Filed under Top Stories

In 2011, aspiring author Chad Harbach finished and published his first novel, The Art of Fielding. The novel centers on Henry Skrimshander, an excellent high school baseball player whose position is shortstop. Originally from South Dakota, Henry is recruited to go to a small liberal arts college in...

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