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Lucile Bluford gets her day

Her fight for equality led to big changes, and a journalism program at LU By Isis McCully JEFFERSON CITY – The woman who changed journalism for African-Americans has her own day of celebration. Lucile H. Bluford was a famous journalist … Continue reading

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Here comes spring break – and midterms!

A few study tips for the procrastinators and disorganized By Isis McCully (Reposted from original Feb. 15, 2019 Clarion post) LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Spring break and midterm exams are just around the corner.  For many students, the important halfway-through-the-semester tests … Continue reading

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Isis McCully: My HuSTLe City

By Isis McCully I grew up and live in a black community in the City of St. Louis. My neighborhood is sometimes tough, a little rough, and not always a positive environment for its inhabitants – transient or planted. But … Continue reading

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LU book store reopens

By Keishera Lately and Isis McCully LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – The LU campus bookstore opened Aug. 5, 2019 after being away for three years. It’s located on the top floor of the SUC. Since its closing, students have found it very … Continue reading

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