The Lakeland Mirror

Habitat for Humanity raises the roof in Louisville

Habitat for Humanity raises the roof in Louisville

Leah Ulatowski, Editor-in-Chief

March 19, 2015


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

Robert Sizemore, chaplain and assistant professor of religion, and nine students made the annual Habitat for Humanity trip to volunteer and help build homes in Louisville, Ky. According to Amanda Bagnall-Newman, sophomore graphic arts major, one of the future homeowners shed tears of joy while hammering...

Dear Davida: The Token Lesbian Friend

Dear Davida: The Token Lesbian Friend

Davida Marthenze, Staff Reporter

March 19, 2015


Filed under Opinions

Dear Davida, My roommate knows I’m a lesbian, and she’s totally fine with it. I’m lucky. Unfortunately, sometimes she goes beyond supportive. She’s constantly recommending movies about lesbians and albums by lesbian musicians. I appreciate the sentiment, and I love the representation of successfu...

Nazi Germany era portrayed in musical

Nazi Germany era portrayed in musical

Amanda Smith, Managing Editor

March 19, 2015


Filed under Art & Features

Set in 1939, Cabaret, Lakeland’s spring musical, will take viewers on a love story between a woman who works at a nightclub in Berlin and an American writer who is visiting the city. “People are in this world where they are pretending that Nazi Germany isn’t happening outside their door,”...

A tissue issue at Lakeland: Two-Ply or not Two-Ply

A tissue issue at Lakeland: Two-Ply or not Two-Ply

Peter Ludolph, Staff Reporter

March 19, 2015


Filed under News

After a popular post on Yik Yak, a social media app, petitioning for Lakeland College to switch to a new brand of toilet paper, several students have questioned which kind is currently supplied on campus. The college primarily employs two types of toilet paper. “They are two-ply and one-ply from Wausau pape...

Lakeland athlete throws himself into Special Olympics work

Lakeland athlete throws himself into Special Olympics work

Leah Ulatowski, Editor-in-Chief

March 15, 2015


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Unlike most siblings, Tim VanDoorn, senior exercise science and sport studies major, says that he and his teenage sister, Sara, have never had a fight. “Sara was born with autism, and it took me a while to really understand that it affected her. My relationship with Sara is something special,”...

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