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“Horribelles” to explore feminine aspects of horror

By Clarion staff LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – The LU Multidisciplinary Forum is presenting a feminine side of scary when Horribelles takes place at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27 in MLK Hall’s Pawley Theater. Faculty members will offer tales of women who … Continue reading

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Students return to campus

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – The fall semester began Monday, Aug. 16, 2021 as students returned to the classroom – masked, but ready to learn. A recent surge of Covid-related infections in Missouri has forced the continuance of social distancing and other … Continue reading

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Supreme Court rules for cheerleader in free speech case

Teaching good manners does not outweigh free expression of off-campus speech By Clarion News WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday handed public school students a landmark First Amendment victory, ruling 8-1 that off-campus speech is a protected form … Continue reading

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Springfest returns to LU campus

By Kaden Quinn As the school year comes to a close, Lincoln University is hosting the annual Springfest event to celebrate their students one last time before the school year ends. Throughout the year, students are able to celebrate their … Continue reading

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Life as an RA: A few questions for Mya Bursey

By Amoni Lewis LINCOLN UNIVERSITY- Being a resident assistant at a university has its pros and cons. From free room and board to time commitment, the job can be beneficial and challenging. I recently spoke with resident assistant Mya Bursey, … Continue reading

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President Meets With Sophomores

By Jerunek Morris LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – LU President Dr. Jerald Jones Woolfolk is trying to gather the concerns of Lincoln University students sooner rather than later. Woolfolk met with freshman the day before discussing their concerns about Dawson Hall and … Continue reading

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New rules in place for service animals

By Blake Tibbs LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – We’ve probably all seen service animals before. Most commonly a seeing-eye dog for the blind. This year on campus there are new rules in relation to service animals. The university has decided to introduce … Continue reading

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Lincoln Marching Band performs at delayed parade

By Jerunek Morris LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Lincoln University’s Marching Musical Storm participated in Jefferson City’s Labor Day Parade Sept. 7, 2019 at 11 a.m. This is the first big performance for the Marching Musical Storm this year, and they sound … Continue reading

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