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Lakeland gets its annual taste of culture during International Food Festival

Lakeland gets its annual taste of culture during International Food Festival

The Mirror Staff

October 26, 2015


Filed under News, Top Stories

These images capture the festivities during Lakeland's International Food Festival, which hosted over 15 countries and cultures who served their culture's food to Lakeland and its community. The event was hosted by the Global Student Association (GSA) and took place on Oct. 24.

Movie Monday with Luke: “Scream” savvy, worth discussion

Movie Monday with Luke: “Scream” savvy, worth discussion

Luke Ulatowski, Social Media Editor

October 26, 2015


Filed under Art & Features, Top Stories

It’s almost Halloween, so in the spirit of the season, why don’t we look at a slasher film this week? Let’s see…Which one would you like to watch? 1978’s “Halloween,” 1980’s “Friday the 13th,” or 1984’s “A Nightmare on Elm Street?” You know what, let’s just do a roule...

VIDEO: Josh Guy, #53 senior defensive lineman, talks about Muskie football season

VIDEO: Josh Guy, #53 senior defensive lineman, talks about Muskie football season

Demonta Hall, Staff reporter

October 24, 2015


Filed under Football, Sports, Top Stories

Before the Muskies faced off against Aurora University in an away-game on Oct. 24, Josh Guy, #53 senior defensive lineman, took a few moments to talk to The Mirror about the season.

Women’s volleyball team clinches home game against Aurora University

Women’s volleyball team clinches home game against Aurora University

Benjamin Wilks and Demonta Hall

October 23, 2015


Filed under Top Stories, Womens Volleyball

The lady Muskies won in a home game against Aurora University in the NACC Conference Tournament on Oct. 23. Relive the action above.

Student Government slow at the start

Student Government slow at the start

Peter Ludolph, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2015


Filed under News

Think back to last school year when the elections for Student Government were taking place. There was an excitement built up. Students felt like they would finally have representation that would voice concerns, opinions and ideas about all aspects of the student experience at Lakeland. Those same students...

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