February 17, 2017

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A Taste of Home: Behind the Scenes of Broth, This Semester’s School Play

By Peter Andreas It’s a dark, chilly evening in early February, but as students begin to gather inside Landmark College’s Greenhoe Theater, the air seems to crackle with a sort of nervous energy. This anticipatory atmosphere seems to be justified—tonight is one of the last rehearsals before the premier of Broth, a three-act comedic play […]

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February 14, 2017

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Landmark Celebrates Shark Day on February 15

By Dawn Brewer Landmark College  is a home for the Sharks! On February 15, Landmark College hosts Shark Day where everyone will be able to participate and have a fantastic time celebrating their own school pride. There are many different events that you can take part of, whether if it is on campus or elsewhere. […]

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February 7, 2017

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LANDMARK REACTS TO PRESIDENT TRUMP

By Peter Andreas, Mara Greene, Bailey McGinn, and Alicia Sanchez In today’s increasingly divided political landscape, it would appear that there is at least one thing about which both liberals and conservatives can agree: it is virtually impossible not to have some opinion on the new President of the United States, Donald J. Trump. This […]

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February 7, 2017

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Preparing for Vermont’s Alter-Ego; Winter Is Coming

By Nolan Waters Exhaust can be seen billowing from cars that sit idle in parking lots. Footprints tracking in the frosted grass on the quad. That unique funky smell the radiators give off once they’ve first been turned on. And after a late afternoon class, the walk up the hill back to the tropical abode […]

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February 7, 2017

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LANDMARK COLLEGE POETRY SLAM

By: Natalie Davis and Leah Coppola This year’s poetry slam was a total hit, with quite a few speakers and plenty of attendees. The passion and drive displayed by the student and guest speakers present made for a lively event. The supportive attitude each speaker had toward their fellows made for an extremely positive atmosphere. […]

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February 7, 2017

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BOXING USA: One Woman’s Story

By Natalie Davis    I am a black Hispanic woman who is a registered boxer for the United States of America. Along with being a semi-pro fighter for the Smooth Moves kickboxing MMA team I fight amateur for the USA striving towards pro. On top of being a fighter I was also a 2 year varsity […]

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February 7, 2017

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Excerpts from the Post-Election Speeches, With Commentary

By Leah Coppola Donald J. Trump “I pledge to all the citizens of our land that I will be president for all Americans,” said Donald Trump when the election results were clear–words spoken by our new president-elect. For someone who wants to be for all Americans he seems really intent on building a wall to […]

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February 7, 2017

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Opinion: Wake Up Call

By Matt Kalt Listening to Trump’s, Hillary’s, and Obama’s speeches, one would be forgiven for thinking a national tragedy had just occurred. The tone of these speeches was unusually somber and reserved, reassuring citizens that everything would be OK if we all work together. This election was historic for all the wrong reasons. Approval ratings […]

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December 7, 2014

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The Campus Guide: Inside Landmark

By Benjamin Somin Its a small world at Landmark, but it’s worth exploring. This guide is a good place to start.

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August 28, 2013

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Homelessness in Brattleboro

By Rebecca Nash Many college students like to say that college life is like living in a “bubble.” This message seems to be ubiquitous at Landmark, because almost every student lives on campus, and it can be tricky to figure out how, as a student, to involve oneself in the Vermont community outside of Landmark. […]

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