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In summer 2015, five Landmark College alumni and nine current students went on the three-week Japan trip to study art and culture. Katie Godowski and Arianna Guirola returned to the College for this trip, and spring 2015 graduates Eli Moore, Acadia Stevens, and Ben Garrett took the trip as new alumni. This was the College’s first venture to Japan, led by Professional Coach and Academic Advisor Ruth Wilmot and Fine Arts faculty Christie Herbert. The group spent time in Tokyo and Kyoto, visiting museums, temples, and shrines, and exploring the cities and marketplaces.
Alumni and student support of Landmark College is up by 23 percent in 2015. The record number of gifts came after a presidential challenge to increase donors. As a result of the successful campaign, the former Middle Hall at Landmark College will be renamed Alumni Hall. “Alumni humanize the lasting effects of education, and their lives are proof of what can be accomplished,” said College President Dr. Peter Eden. Alumni Hall, the third residential hall on Perseverance Lane, will be officially recognized in a ceremony on Saturday, September 26, 2015, during Alumni Homecoming.