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Roving Reporter: Your Plans for the Spring Semester?

By Jordan Parker/Clarion News LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Although the ongoing pandemic creates shifting concerns among students, the Clarion wanted to know: How do you plan to tackle the spring semester? Several Blue Tiger Nation students provided their perspectives.

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Young Hall gets heating upgrade

By Cheyanne Parker/Clarion News LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Work crews began draining water from Young Hall’s heating system Friday afternoon, preparing for much-needed improvements being installed during the extended MLK Jr. holiday weekend. “The building uses a boiler system that is … Continue reading

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Photos: Students return for spring 2022

Masks required in classrooms, encouraged inside buildings By Clarion News staff LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Students returned to Blue Tiger Nation on Monday, despite a local rise in Covid cases. According to campus emails, students are required to wear masks in … Continue reading

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Temps begin slide towards winter

By Sydnee Bryant/Clarion staff JEFFERSON CITY – Put away the T-shirts and get ready to bundle up. According to the National Weather Service, a strong cold front will dip into the Midwest today, bringing temps to below freezing Thursday night. … Continue reading

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School of Nursing holds job fair

By Sydnee Bryant/Clarion News JEFFERSON CITY – The Lincoln University Student Nurses Association (SNA) brought students and health care employers together on Monday, Nov. 8, 2021 in Elliff Hall. According to Tiffany Lehman, an assistant professor with the LU School … Continue reading

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Pizza-Kwik rolls into Blue Tiger Nation

By: Elise Eaker LINCOLN UNIVERSITY — The Pizza-Kwik food truck returned to Blue Tiger Nation for the first time since homecoming, firing-up the ovens in the parking lot between MLK Hall and Richardson Auditorium during Friday’s lunch hour. The truck … Continue reading

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LU Important Dates

By Emoni Herron / Clarion News LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – As students approach the remainder of the 2021 fall semester, there are a lot of important dates that students should be aware of. Please refer to the Lincoln University website for … Continue reading

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Meet LU’s New Registrar

Blaine Bredeman grew up in nearby Fulton, Mo. By Tyree Stovall/Clarion News LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – The campus is waiting on the selection of a new president, provost, and other positions. But one key administrator is already serving the students of … Continue reading

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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 discuss new “classroom-only” mask policy

By Tyree Stovall/Photos by Gracen Gaskins LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – A new campus COVID mask policy effective Monday (Oct. 18, 2021) allows students to free their face from coverings everywhere except inside classrooms. Prior to today, students were required to wear … Continue reading

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