The Lakeland Mirror

Student Government slow at the start

The Student Government  Association's Executive Board Member cubicle in the Campus Center currently sits empty, used as storage space for the Student Success and Engagement Team.

Peter Ludolph, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2015

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...

Wrestler secures award twice

Mitchell Fucile, sophomore business major, has had a passion for wrestling since he was a child.

Leah Ulatowski, Editor-in-Chief

April 8, 2015

Mitchell Fucile, sophomore business major, has already made Lakeland College history by being the first Muskie in over a decade to receive the National Wrestling Coaches Association Division III Scholar All-American award twice, but he plans to set the bar even higher. “My overall goal is to receive the honor for...

Student Government candidates strive to bridge disconnect

Student Government candidates strive to bridge disconnect

Leah Ulatowski, Editor-in-Chief

April 4, 2015

Lisa Stephan, student success and engagement coach, said the success coaches have been working to reinvigorate the idea of student government on campus. “We’re really excited to have the candidates running for a variety of offices in order to engage with the students and the greater Lakeland College...

LC student brings awareness to animal cruelty

Lindsay Kleckner, senior criminal justice major, stands by her display at the Sheboygan PetSmart during an adoption event with the Sheboygan County Humane Society.

Breanna Rae Weber, Chief Photographer & Website Manager

March 19, 2015

Puppy Doe was a dog found on the streets of Quincy, Mass., on Aug. 31, 2013. She had been stabbed, burned and had her tongue split. In addition, she was half her normal weight and beaten so severely she could barely move. In the end, she had to be euthanized because of the severity of her injuries. ...

Habitat for Humanity raises the roof in Louisville

The Habitat group worked at a local build site for the last work day.

Leah Ulatowski, Editor-in-Chief

March 19, 2015

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...

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