By Mike Kenyon and Kevin Goerne With the advent of the BA and the persistent societal need for a college degree, Landmark College has new community of older students ranging from 24 to over 40. May of the
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By Mark Tatum and Omoefe Ogbeide Last month, a celebrity with an unforgettable personality shared a piece of her mind with the Landmark community.
By Christine Weiland Earlier this fall, Bruce Rosenstein, came to visit Landmark College to talk about his book, Create Your Future the Peter Drucker Way. Rosenstein studied and has written extensively about the work of Austrian-American management guru Peter Drucker for 30 years, publishing two books and many articles, all based on a number of […]
December 6, 2014
By Kevin Goerne and Joseph Kreta “They made a documentary about *****’s life. It’s called Godzilla.” If that sentence and ones like it seems familiar to you, the odds are that you have spent some time with the Landmark community on YikYak. YikYak is a new social media application available for free on any smart […]
December 5, 2014
By: Jenny Derfler The Keene Pumpkin Fest didn’t have a very successful turnout this year. The number of pumpkins wasn’t enough to break the record from last year’s Pumpkin Festival. Furthermore, the biggest story of the night was the riots that happened near the end of the festival at Keene State College.
December 5, 2014
By Kevin Goerne and Omoefe Ogbeide With efforts to better address student conduct concerns in the past and the rolling out of the S.A.F.E program, Landmark College has recently introduced a new position at the college, exclusively concerned with conduct.