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This is Lander. This is Talent.

Amber Rae Weston Mass Communication and Theatre Major – Theatre Emphasis “I chose Lander because I knew I wanted to attend a university that offered small classes, which would allow professors to be more available to me. The faculty at Lander works hard to know their students and to provide individual attention when it’s needed, and I like that. I’m majoring in mass communication with a theatre emphasis and I’m learning a lot. We’re all pretty close in the theatre department. When we’re all working on shows or just in class together, we give 100 percent as a team. I love being a part of something bigger than myself!”

Your Chance to Shine in the Spotlight When you think of the college years that are fast approaching, you picture more than late nights of studying and taking notes in class. Becoming involved in cocurricular activities at Lander makes the ordinary college experience extra­ordinary! Students can let their talents shine by taking part in theatrical performances or by taking center stage as a member of the Lander Dancers. You can let your voice be heard in one of Lander’s many musical groups, such as the Old Main Singers, or you can join the writing teams of Lander’s online campus newspaper, The Forum, or the campus literary magazine, The Review.

Spark Your Imagination: FALS and GLPA

“Wisdom is not wisdom when it is derived from books alone.” ~ Horace 26

Undergraduate students who enroll at Lander attend at least 15 Fine Arts and Lectureship (FALS) events, which expose students to a broad range of topics and performances. The Greenwood-Lander Performing Arts (GLPA) series also provides a variety of performances, from Celtic Crossroads to The Moscow Festival Ballet.

Visit for the FALS events schedule. Visit for the GLPA season schedule.

Lander Viewbook 2012