The Lakeland Mirror

Silent, but not sleeping, in the stands

Silent, but not sleeping, in the stands

Benjamin Wilks, Sports Editor

March 6, 2014


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Support has never been a problem for Lakeland fans. On a basketball game day, some students regularly come dressed in outfits meant to perturb the other team so that the Muskies can have a greater chance at winning. Recently, Lakeland intensified that for the semifinal men’s basketball game against...

Dark Ages meets Vegas in spring musical

Dark Ages meets Vegas in spring musical

Callah Kraus, Photographer

March 6, 2014


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Ready for a spring comedy to break up the winter blues? Then prepare for the spring musical, Spamalot. Lakeland’s student actors, along with the Stagecraft and Theatre Production classes, have been prepping for the upbeat show for months. According to Charlie Krebs, associate professor of theatre...

Three senior artists collaborate on unique reception

Three senior artists collaborate on unique reception

Amanda Bagnall-Newman, Layout Manager

March 6, 2014


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Lakeland senior artists took the spotlight again on Feb. 28 for the second Senior Art Portfolio Exhibition this semester. As part of the art major requirements, each student must host his or her own art reception. The three seniors who displayed their work were Sally Carson, Alysa Strebe and Kumi Katayama....

Food prices rise; Wagner plans future ‘flatline’

Food prices rise; Wagner plans future ‘flatline’

Austin Anderson

March 6, 2014


Filed under Top Stories

Food prices in the lunch line, Muskie Mart and the Muskie Grill have gone up. Even the free passes in the student planner for the lunch line, Daily Grind, Muskie Grill and Muskie Mart have disappeared entirely. Lakeland is not the only college where food prices have gone up. Lakeland tries to keep in...

Student workers face fewer hours, reduced wages this summer

Student workers face fewer hours, reduced wages this summer

Danielle Livingston, Staff Reporter

March 6, 2014


Filed under Top Stories

Changes to the summer work program mean students are only allowed to work for a maximum of 29 hours per week, which is right below the line of full-time work. Students used to be able to receive a free credit if they worked the full 40 hours. This option is also being cut as of this summer. Brandon...

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