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Student Activities

Landmark College has clubs, sports, activities, and events, including theater productions, coffeehouse performances, open mic nights, and dance parties, to name a few. Whatever your interests, you’re likely to find others who share them. And whether you love history, art, sports, or nature, our Putney location gives you the chance to pursue your passion. Our campus shuttle services make it easy to get to area shops, ski resorts, and other nearby sites.

Strauch Family Student Center

The Strauch Family Student Center is the heart of student life at Landmark College. Whether you want to grab a bite to eat at the Fireside Cafe, buy Landmark College gear at the Bookstore, meet up with friends, or get your game on in the Game Room, the Student Center is the place to do it. There are also several resources located in the Student Center, including Health Services, Counseling Services, and Student Affairs. Student mailboxes are also located in the Student Center.

Student Center Hours (including the Game Room)

Monday - Thursday
7 a.m. - 12 a.m.

7 a.m. - 1 a.m.

1 p.m. - 1 a.m.

1 p.m. - 12 a.m.

Art Club

Weekly Meetings: Tuesdays 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: FAB Little Theater
Student Contact: Rhiannon Greywolf
Advisor: Samuel Rowlett

The Business Club: Phi Beta Lambda 

Phi Beta Lambda is the club for anyone interested in business. We explore business-related topics, meet successful business people, and discuss opportunities to participate in community events.

  • Weekly Meetings: Mondays at 7 p.m.
  • Location: Admin Conference Room
  • Student Contact: Mike Israelton
  • Advisor: Jeanette Landin

Campus Activities Board  

Want to help plan campus events and off-campus trips? All students are welcome to attend Campus Activities Board (CAB) meetings every Wednesday night. No experience necessary. We are always looking for volunteers. This is a great way to get involved and meet new people!

  • Weekly Meetings: Thursdays at 6 p.m.
  • Location: Dining Hall B
  • Student Contact: Sam Calle, Jon Wallentine
  • Advisor: Emily North

Card Game Club

This club aims to teach anyone who wants to learn the rules and strategies of games such as Yugioh, Pokemon, and Magic the Gathering. Other strategy games are welcome.

  • Weekly Meetings: Fridays from 6:30 to 10 p.m.
  • Location: Stone Hall 015
  • Student Contact: Stephen Jones, Connie Geiger
  • Advisor:Emily North

Gaming Club

Students are invited to join with others to enjoy many kinds of games, including but not limited to board games, video games, trading card games, role playing, darts, pool and more!

  • Weekly Meetings: Saturdays from 3 to 6 p.m.
  • Location: Strauch Family Student Center, Game Room
  • Student Contact: Stephen Kellogg
  • Advisor: Emily North


  • Weekly Meetings: Fridays at 6 p.m.
  • Location: Dining Hall
  • Student Contact: Ben Malina
  • Advisor: Peg Alden 

Impressions Literary Magazine 

  • Meetings: Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
  • Location: Admin. Auditorium
  • Student Contact: Molly Nelson
  • Advisor: John Rose

The Independent: Landmark’s Student News Source

The Independent is Landmark’s student news source. It operates out of the two levels of Journalism in the Digital Age (CO2066A and CO2166A). The Independent’s print newsmagazine and online site are reported, written, and edited by students in these two courses. Students who are not enrolled in the courses are welcome to submit work for consideration.

Landmark Cabaret

  • Weekly Meetings: Fridays at 6 p.m.
  • Location: Black Box Theater
  • Student Contact: Samantha Wood
  • Advisor: Steve Glover and Emily North

Landmark College Stock Club

Weekly Meetings: Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. 
Location: Admin. Conference Room
Student Contact: Alexander Milliken
Advisor: Dr. Matthew Pham

Landmark Volunteers

  • Thursdays, 1:30 p.m.
  • Student Center Conference Room
  • Student Contact: Chase Smith & Dash Katz
  • Advisor: Idonas Hughes

Pride Club

The purpose of this organization shall be to provide a safe, supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ), and straight ally students to meet and discuss sexual orientation and gender identity issues, and to work to create a school environment free of discrimination, harassment, and intolerance.

  • Weekly Meetings: Mondays at 8 p.m.
  • Location: Stone Hall Coffee House
  • Student Contact: Timothy Williams
  • Advisor: Maeve Spiegler

Student Government Association

  • Weekly Meetings
  • Location: TBA
  • Student Contact: Arabella Devine
  • Advisor: Patrick Connelly

Learn more about SGA

WLMC Landshark Radio

Want your own radio show? Get trained as a disc jockey, earn a credit, and have fun in a weekly show broadcasting your voice to the entire world.

  • Weekly Meetings: Tuesdays
  • Time: Lunch
  • Location: Radio Studio (Basement of Student Center)
  • Advisor: Eric Matte


Emily North
Director of Student Activities
Student Center, Room 010

WLMC logo

Welcome to WLMC, Land Shark Radio! WLMC is a non-commercial, educational radio station that streams live and pre-recorded student programs over the internet (on and off campus). WLMC is available 24/7.

  • Listen live now!
  • WLMC is also availble on Apple or Android mobile devices.
  • WLMC has dozens of live hours of programming each week by students, staff, and faculty.
  • Want to be a DJ? Email Eric Matte at

Android Badge and link to TuneIn app on Google Play Store

WLMC Mobile

Take WLMC with you on your smart phone, iPod, iPad, or tablet!

  1. Download the  free app, TuneIn Radio, on your Android, iPhone, iTouch, or iPad.
  2. Search for WLMC Landmark College Radio.
  3. Play and ENJOY!!!

Listen on your Computer

  • You can also stream us anytime on any PC by clicking on the Listen Live Now link above.
  • For all Apple computers, go directly to and search for WLMC Landmark College Radio

Logo reading THERAPY DOG PLEASE PET ME with image of paw printThe dogs involved in the Landmark College Pet Therapy Program are certified therapy dogs.

The dogs and their handler have passed a rigorous testing process involving behavior assessments and obedience requirements. The dogs have also met certain temperament standards. The dogs and their handler together are a certified dog therapy team; the dog must always be with the licensed handler.

Researchers have found that interactions between humans and pets can provide a number of positive health benefits. Pet therapy has been shown to reduce anxiety, lower blood pressure, and even help to ease the pain of depression.

Side view of a black Labrador retriever wearing a therapy dog vest

Fall 2017

Mr. Wells the Therapy Dog will be at 2nd floor lounge of the MacFarlane Center every Wednesday from 4:30 - 5:30. He can often be found hanging around the MacFarlane Center on Tuesdays and Thursdays as well!




The Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Committee articulates the College's position on matters regarding substance use by students. This multi-disciplinary team assesses the efficacy of current policies and practices and makes recommendations to the Dean of Students when the need for change appears warranted. The Committee advises the Office of Community Standards (Judicial Affairs) and is available for consultation on individual cases, as requested. The Committee collaborates with the Wellness Committee to provide and support wholesome, substance-free activities for students. The Committee is mindful and supportive of the efforts of students in recovery from alcohol and other drugs.


For events, campus and community resources, and recommendations for books, films and websites, see the AOD Committee Resource Guide.


Contact Jeanine Bedard, Chair of the AOD Committee.

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