Archive | November, 2011

Opinion: Are We Prepared

November 15, 2011

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By Scout MacEachron– When I think of colleges and universities, I want a school that, in an emergency, can provide students with everything they need. My younger brother had just arrived at Yale College in New Haven, CT when Hurricane Irene hit. Not only did Yale have a full-campus power generator, so the students never […]

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A Spooky Evening: Student Play Review

November 15, 2011

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By Brendan Parks with Brian Fischman– Landmark was the scene of ghastly encounters this past Friday and Saturday, when students performed two haunting plays based on the works of Washington Irving. On November 5th and 6th, Landmark College thespians performed Ghost Tales: Guests of Gibbet Island and The Devil and Tom Walker. Faculty, students, and […]

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Swastikas Create Controversy

November 12, 2011

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By Avi Kaiser with Eli Miller–     Between 1-3am on November 1st, two students identified swastikas in every other window of the smoking hut on upper campus between Aiken and Middle. The swastikas were drawn in the fog on the windows, and filled the entire surface area of each window.

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Governor Shumlin Visits Landmark

November 9, 2011

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By Brian Fischman Vermont Governor Peter A. Shumlin came to Landmark College last Thursday with a simple message for students: learning differences may be an obstacle, but they are not an impasse, and they may provide an edge in the real world. “I am convinced that with all the struggles that we go through as […]

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New Study Abroad in Holland

November 7, 2011

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By PJ Leehey Picture, if you will, a vibrant university town in the Netherlands, with a maze of old cobblestone streets interspersed with canals and dotted with windmills. Come this summer, students will be able to do more than just imagine that scene, thanks to the new study abroad program Landmark College will offer in […]

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Wellness Week Highlight: Battle of the Chefs

November 7, 2011

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By Lauren Moylan November 2nd saw this year’s Battle of the Chefs, which featured the ultimate showdown between the 2008 winner Frost RD Tricia Stanley versus Director of Residential Life & Student Conduct Sean O’Reilly. It was a close contest, but Stanley and her team eventually won the judges over

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