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Delayed Class of 2020 graduation goes virtual Aug. 1

Clarion News staff LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – The coronavirus pandemic interrupted the LU spring semester during the early March spring break, when students left campus and never returned – including seniors ready to don cap and gown. Commencement was delayed until … Continue reading

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Pass/Fail grade-conversion forms due by 5 p.m. May 29

Students wanting Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grades must file form with the registar By Will Sites/Clarion Advisor LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Students worried about spring semester grades affecting GPA can undo the negative damage by filing a Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory form with the registrar. The deadline … Continue reading

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LU introduces flat-rate tuition

By Amoni Lewis LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Beginning in fall 2020 Lincoln University is offering flat-rate tuition to undergraduate students enrolled in 12 to 18 credit hours. Flat-rate tuition only applies to fall and spring semesters. For summer semesters, students will … Continue reading

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Campus COVID-19 update (March 24, 2020)

Page Library will be open for student use Clarion staff reports LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – To keep the LU campus and community safe during the coronavirus pandemic, LU President Jerald Jones Woolfolk says the campus will be closed from March 25-April … Continue reading

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Black History Month: “The Faces of Reconciliation”

By Keishera Lately As part of Black History Month, Lincoln University hosted an evening with Lynne M. Jackson, the great-great granddaughter of Dred Scott, with her presentation, “The Faces of Reconciliation.” Her family’s famous abolitionist case began in 1847 in … Continue reading

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Black History Month: Beyonce’s Homecoming and HBCUs

By Keishera Lately LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – On Monday Feb. 17, 2020 Dr. Mick Brewer hosted a Black History Month lecture, “Beyonce’s Homecoming and HBCUs: Embracing the past to chart the future of black feminism” in MLK 106. The talk was … Continue reading

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Lady Blue Tigers softball take two against Lane

By Dan Carr, assistant AD for media relations JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Lincoln softball team improved to 4-0 on the season with a sweep over Lane on Friday afternoon (Feb. 21). The Blue Tigers took the first game, 9-1, … Continue reading

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LU players sign Letters of Intent

By Dan Carr, Assistant AD for Media Relations JEFFERSON CITY – Twelve players have signed National Letters of Intent to join the Lincoln football team, beginning with the 2020 season. Below is some general information on each of the signees. … Continue reading

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Development through Internship: My Story

By: Amoni Lewis As a journalism major at Lincoln University, I am required to complete a professional internship. In the spring of 2020, I began working at the Missouri Chamber of Commerce, a Jefferson City-based non-profit organization supporting and enhancing … Continue reading

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Word on the Street: Spring Semester in Full Swing

Written by: Mar’Che Boggess. Photos by: Amoni Lewis LINCOLN UNIVERSITY — With the spring semester in full swing, LU students are eager to set new goals for the new semester. Even though the semester just began, students’ expectations are high. … Continue reading

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