Merrimack senior Madison Davis, of San Jose, Calif., is already putting her environmental studies major to good use. Davis worked with Andover Village Improvement Society officials this spring to develop a land management plan for its newly acquired Lightning Tree Reservation. The reservation is home to engangered plants and animals so it needs a plan to protect the species while opening the land to recreation.
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By Alex Stills | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT MAY 12, 2014
“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” star Charlie Day will put his illiterate, man-child character aside on Sunday as keynote speaker to more than 500 graduating seniors at Merrimack College. “I think people are going to be expecting me to be wildly funny, but I think I will probably speak more earnestly and directly from the heart, more about the reality of how I got where I got,” he said. Day received a bachelor’s degree in fine arts (perhaps the only one) at Merrimack in 1998. Read the full story on bostonglobe.com »
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