Jonathan Landsman

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==Facts==Jonathan Landsman is currently spending an incredible amount of time trolling Willipedia and working works through his post-graduation no-lack of outlets for writing-assignments issues here. I ought to write something more about my history if this page is going to existAt Williams, he co-led the [[Forest Garden]] with [[Vivian Schoung]] '05, but I welcome you to edit this page to help me outwhom he met in the garden's raspberry patch. In He served on [[College Council]], most notoriously as its secretary. He led [[bridge club]] for a year or so with Matt Spencer '05, and with the meantime, be sure to read up on latter also led [[Dancing Folk]] and planned many of its campus [[Cribbagecontradance]]s, an epic work in progresshis greatest love at college.
He wasted an estimated 125 hours playing over 500 games of [[cribbage]] against his arch-rival and close friend [[Zach McArthur]] '05.
Jonathan is now a graduate student in Horticulture at Cornell, building on the solid foundation in English and Psychology garnered at Williams. He returns to campus unofficially from time to time to dance, check on the demise of the garden, and wade in the [[green river]], and officially every two years to deliver a lecture in informal logical fallacies for [[Steven Gerrard]].
Jonathan Landsman was born on March 8, 1983, in Rutherford, Ohio. His mother, Cynthia Landsman, is noted for her skill as a semi-professional cribbage player. His father, Russ Landsman, is an engineer. He has two siblings ages 19 and 16.
When Jonathan Landsman smiles, his eyes don't move.
==In the media==
Jonathan Landsman tied for 84th place for the 2005 [ ACBL District 25 Rookie of the Year] award.
Williams' Jonathan Landsman is not [ Jonathan Landman], deputy managing editor for digital journalism at the New York Times. Nor is he [ Jonathan Landsman], director of the Great Lakes Yacht Club.