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

February 17, 2017

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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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Landmark Celebrates Shark Day on February 15

February 14, 2017

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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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BOXING USA: One Woman’s Story

February 7, 2017

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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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Watching a Building Grow

December 9, 2014

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As part of an move to include more visual arts in The Independent, Sarah Shaw volunteered to venture into the Hard Hat Zone and take photos of the construction workers building the new Nicole Goodner MacFarlane Science, Technology & Innovation Center. Below are the results of her good work. -The Editors All photos by Sarah […]

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The Beautification of the Butthut

December 4, 2014

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By: Jenny Derfler Notice anything different about the Butthut between Aiken and Middle lately? Landmark student Brett Di Salvo has been doing a project where he is painting the Butthut to make it look more appealing.

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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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