Issue 3. Nov 7, 2011
By PJ Leehey Picture, if you will, a vibrant university town in the Netherlands, with a maze of old cobblestone streets interspersed with canals and dotted with windmills. Come this summer, students will be able to do more than just imagine that scene, thanks to the new study abroad program Landmark College will offer in [...]Full article: New Study Abroad in Holland
Dr. Tracey Alysson, who holds a PH.D. in clinical psychology guest spoke for Daniel Toomey’s research and analysis: Road Trips and Pilgrimages class on October 14th, 2011. The presentation was called Dying and living in the arms of love. One woman’s journey around Mount Kailas, and detailed Alysson’s pilgrimage to Tibet. The title of the [...]Full article: Dying and Living In the Arms of Love: One Woman’s Journey Around Mount Kailas
By Avi Kaiser (with additional reporting by Brian Fischman)– During family weekend there were approximately $750 of parking tickets (30 tickets) issued to the faculty and staff of Landmark College—among them were a few ‘high ranking’ officials. All of the tickets ended up being waived and no faculty/staff members had to pay. Prior to the [...]Full article: Opinion: Should Faculty and Staff Have to Pay Parking Tickets?
By Chris Baker (guest writer for the Independent) Landmark College recently put in an additional five speed bumps, now bringing the number of speed bumps to ten on campus. My guess for why they added more speed bumps is either the administration felt that the students were driving too fast, or maybe they just wanted [...]Full article: Opinion: Speed Bumps Need to Be Rethought
By Jeremy Zeller Coach Robert Swinton’s first year as head coach of the soccer team has been a memorable one. Fresh off a dominating win over SIT, the Landsharks current record sits at 6-2. The Sharks only losses this season came at the hands of their nemesis Hampshire College, in which both games were heavily [...]Full article: Landshark Soccer: A year in review