The Lakeland Mirror

Coping with winter blues

Coping with winter blues

Melissa Reise, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2016

During the winter months, it is common for students to experience heightened depression. Suddenly they find themselves sleeping excess hours a night only to wake up feeling exhausted. They lie in bed, having trouble getting themselves out from under the covers in order to maintain contact with friends...

Emotional support animals: Too much of a good thing?

Emotional support animals: Too much of a good thing?

Amanda Bagnall-Newman, Visual Media Editor

December 7, 2016

Emotional support animals have the potential to help students with emotional problems by providing a form of comfort and support. These companions are intended for students who suffer from anxiety, depression, mood disorders, panic attacks and other psychological conditions. They are a great way to help...

What is Self-Love?

Mayce Bacon, senior writing major, enjoys the view at Blue Harbor as she ponders the mystery of the self.

Mayce Bacon, Staff Reporter

September 24, 2016

When I got to college, immediately I was hit by how no one seemed to give a crap if I was dressed “pretty” enough or if I was in the clothes in which I had slept. It was an oddly refreshing experience. However, as the months went by during my freshman year, I found myself still caring what people...

Health and Wellness offered at Lakeland

Health and Wellness offered at Lakeland

Peter Ludolph, Staff Reporter

March 26, 2016

To those who may not know, Lakeland College offers a variety of health services to students. These services range from general health care to counseling services, and can be found in the lowest level of Brotz Hall across from the security office. Last year, over 1,000 students utilized the health services at L...

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