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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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Wonder Womp

February 14, 2012

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By Aliesa Baker  and Tarik Zein – If the spring semester is here, a new series of raves can’t be far behind. Sure enough, the first rave of the spring, Wonder-Womp, was held February 4 in the Click Center, hosted by Resident Assistant Gordon McConnell. About one hundred students  attended this event, according to McConnell, taking […]

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Speaker: Exploration of Environmental Ethics

February 14, 2012

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By Jesse Whitehouse – A thoughtful crowd gathered in the EAB last Wednesday, February 8, for a presentation and discussion on environmental ethics. As part of the 2012 Landmark Academic Speaker Series, Meg Mott, a Political Science professor at Marlboro college and Brattleboro Reformer columnist, led an investigation ofh ow we perceive nature and wildlife […]

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Comedian Show Appeals to Some

February 14, 2012

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By Brendan Parks – On Thursday, February 2 Comedian/Musician Evan Wecksell put on an interesting show in the Greenhoe Theater.  Originally from Long Island, New York, Wecksell decided to become a comedian after an NYU business presentation. “I gave a presentation in my business class,” Wecksell said “I guess I was funny and the professor […]

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Aerosmith Tribute Band Rocks for Charity

January 26, 2012

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By Brendan Parks & PJ Leehey– December 3rd was a night that changed many people’s lives. The Feed The Thousands organization put on a benefit concert with the only Aerosmith cover band endorsed by the band itself, Draw the Line. The Greenhoe Theater was packed with local Aerosmith fans that paid $20 to watch the […]

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