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Janice Perry At the Landmark Speaker Series

October 10, 2013

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Sean Jentis         She put on the 2 foot long red penis, as the audience started laughing. The lights turned off as she did different poses describing the “obscene” nude pictures of gay photographer Robert Mapplethorpe, claiming she wasn’t allowed to show the originals for her first performance. If this makes you uncomfortable, it’s […]

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Through the looking glass: The Parent’s View

October 25, 2012

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By William Stokes     For most students, Family Weekend fills them with dread. Not only are they being asked to clean up their room, do their laundry, and generally make themselves presentable, they also are being asked many college kids’ ultimate nightmare: spend quality time with their parents. But for parents, parent’s weekend represents […]

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Something Magic Happens – the 2012 Baltimore Orioles

October 25, 2012

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By William Stokes               I’ve been a Baltimore Orioles fan for as long as I can remember. I grew up with rec league baseball, catch with my dad, and proudly wearing my team’s orange and black colors. The problem with being a proud Baltimore Orioles fan is that we haven’t had much to be […]

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New TV Show Review: A Holmesian Affair

March 5, 2012

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By Lisa Dupree In 2010 television producers Steven Moffat and Mark Gattis undertook the daunting task of creating a modern update to one of the most important facets of British literary history, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. Their creation Sherlock, which airs on BBC, has succeeded beautifully. Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays the eponymous character, […]

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Coming to the FAB Theater: The Combat of the Masks

February 24, 2012

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By Christopher Muir – If you feel the need for a lighter, more comical atmosphere with some artistic value, then look no further that the FAB Theater on Saturday night. Come see The Combat of the Masks, a more traditional form of comedy, brought to you by Director Nevada Bromley and a cast that includes […]

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Master Moon Comes to Landmark Campus

February 21, 2012

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By Christine Haselrig with additional reporting by Christopher Muir –   There is a new addition to the Landmark College campus, steely and imposing at 92” tall, located near the quad and the student center. The mysterious visitor is Master Moon, an abstract sculpture made of Cor-ten steel in 1974 by the famed high modernist […]

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