The Lakeland Mirror

President, dean discuss program cuts

President, dean discuss program cuts

Breanna Rae Weber, Chief Photographer and Website Manager

March 6, 2015


Filed under News, Top Stories

In the meeting on March 5 with Dan Eck, Lakeland College president, and Meg Albrinck, vice president for academic affairs and dean of Lakeland College, students and staff asked questions and discussed the recent academic program cuts. Eck explained that 90 percent of Lakeland’s income comes from tuition, room and board. With enrollment down around the sta...

Lakeland College’s “Monument Sign” lights the way

Lakeland College’s “Monument Sign” lights the way

Brittany Beckmann, Staff Reporter

October 14, 2012


Filed under News, Top Stories

Lakeland students may have noticed some construction within the past two weeks at the intersection of county high­ways A and M. The structure will become, as Senior Vice President of Administration Daniel Eck calls it, Lakeland College’s “monument sign.” “When the building process of this...

Joe the Rooskie arrives at Lakeland

Joe the Rooskie arrives at Lakeland

Amanda Smith, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2012


Filed under Fun House

A Muskie Rooster's Adventure I started my journey in a kennel, a dog kennel to be exact. I thought, do I look like a dog? I don’t belong in a kennel; I belong riding shotgun next to my owner. My owner is named Dr. Michael A. Grandillo, and he took me in when I was very young. I don’t know whe...

No Prince Fielder, but better fielding

Greg Heinen, Advertising Manager

April 5, 2012


Filed under Sports

The Major League Baseball season begins tomorrow for the Milwaukee Brewers. They will face the Albert-less St. Louis Cardinals. In light of a new season, a position by position report card. Spring Semester 2012 Semester GPA: 3.05 Catchers: Jonathan Lucroy, George Kottaras Grade: BC Comments:...

Muskies: then and now

Muskies: then and now

Michelle Fromm, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2012


Filed under Art & Features

Once upon a time, a student could pay his tuition at Mission House (now Lakeland College) for only $50 per semester, and pay for his room and board with a single $100 bill. This was what the Mission House Mirror reported back in March of 1941. Times may have changed drastically since then, but the spirit o...

Official Lakeland University Student Online Newspaper.
Lakeland College