The Lakeland Mirror

Meal plans too big and too small

Meal plans too big and too small

Yoji Hayashi, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2016


Filed under News, Top Stories

Do you have issues with your meal plan? Toward the end of every semester, it seems as though Lakeland students are either out of meal swipes or have a ton left. Even though Dezmen Morse, junior communication major, has the 150-meal plan, he is already out of swipes for the semester. ‘Many athletes,...

Caramel apples bring in donations for Safe Harbor

Caramel apples bring in donations for Safe Harbor

Melissa Reise, Staff Reporter

October 24, 2016


Filed under News, Top Stories

Last week’s caramel apple sale, held from Oct. 17-19, benefitting Safe Harbor raked in a little over $150, which is the most the sale has raised since being started three years ago. The sale itself was originally started in 2014 to benefit the Psychology Club, which was starting up again after...

Psychology club to sell caramel apples

Psychology club to sell caramel apples

Danielle Livingston, Executive Editor

October 11, 2016


Filed under News, Top Stories

The campus psychology club will be selling caramel apples this year from Oct. 17-19. The sale hours will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the event will be held in Bossard Hall. Profits will be donated to Safe Harbor, an organization that, among other things, is a shelter for victims of domestic abuse...

The Little Things: Regular salad options

The Little Things: Regular salad options

Amanda Bagnall-Newman, Visual Media Editor

October 1, 2016


Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

Sometimes we need to take a step back and appreciate the little things around campus. This week’s admiration is for the specialty salad and fruit options that have been added to the lunch line. Lakeland’s dining services has opened a newer, healthier option for lunch. Every weekday for lunch,...

Analyzing the cafeteria options

Analyzing the cafeteria options

Tyra Peters, Staff Reporter

March 30, 2016


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Many students have specific diets they follow, whether they involve lactose intolerance, eating gluten free or they just don’t eat carbs or fried foods. But, given these limitations, students do have food options on campus. “We are all for people coming in and talking about what they like,” said...

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