Students return to campus

So, what did you do over the summer?

By Kalon Grover/Photos by Jerunek Morris

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Students returned to campus and classrooms on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019, leaving the fun and sun of summer behind. The Clarion welcomes everyone back to the LU community, but we wanted to know: What did you do during the summer break?

Jordan Smith

“Just reading, meeting with administrators about the semester, goal for the school to get students involved as possible, and teach them what’s life after graduation.” Jordan Smith, senior, marketing

Ma’Kayla Ross

“Worked all summer and vacationed with my fellow Lincolnites to St. Louis, upcoming school year and plan on staying focused and being more involved on campus.” Ma’Kayla Ross, junior, social work

Callie Mayes

“I went to church camp and then went straight to band-camp. The difference from high school and college is that there’s not a lot of judgemental people as in high school. Everybody is real nice here and I like how the teachers like their jobs.” Callie Mayes, freshman, nursing

Keyshon Bacote

“Worked at Taco Bell, and then hit Planet Fitness for 2-3 hours, then hit the field and worked on some drills. I’m really looking forward to band this semester, and hopefully working to get off academic probation.” Keyshon Bacote, sophomore, kinesiology

Destan Anderson

“Roar agent for Lincoln and then went to National Association with the student government, got jaw surgery, and now looking to grow in all aspects in life.” Destan Anderson, sophomore, social work

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