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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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Ramarley Graham: A Police Slaying in the Bronx and a Neighborhood Responds

October 10, 2013

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By Akeyla Todd   Living in New York City, as diverse and open as it is, the tension is ubiquitous and palpable. Power is constantly changing hands but is never within reach of the masses. Factions and interest groups war with the people and for the people. Solitary power players claim to know what is […]

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A Good Turnout for Family Weekend

October 8, 2013

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This past weekend was Family Weekend, and   there was a really good turnout of parents and other family members visiting their Landmark students. Among the many events offered to students and their families were the President’s Welcome, Landmark Deans Q & A, College Fair, demonstration classes, Family Weekend reception, seminars on Landmark activities and […]

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Mrs. Hanley, Resident Dean Of Middle Hall

October 8, 2013

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  The Independent: Who is the new Resident Dean of Middle Hall, and what would she like the Landmark community to know about her?   “My name is Arnelle Quashie, but I’m getting married on September 21st, so I’ll be going by Mrs. Hanley. I was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. I enjoy doing […]

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A New Job, Same as the Old Job

October 8, 2013

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While there are many students at Landmark College who have trouble with social situations, there hasn’t been much in the way of structured support, until now. The college has created a new position specifically designed to help them. The Director of Social Pragmatics is a new position, but the task of getting individuals out and […]

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New Horizons for the Transfer and Career Center

October 8, 2013

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Landmark College has a completely new Transfer and Career Services team, but don’t think for a second that means they don’t know what they’re doing. The new Director of Transfer and Career Services, Abigail Nelson has a comprehensive background in “helping people find what they want”.   With a M.A. in Rehabilitation Counseling, Nelson has worked […]

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