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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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Temp soars to 90, breaking record

A 130-year-old record goes away, and so does the warmth JEFFERSON CITY – The Weather Service reported record-breaking high temperatures across the state for April 8, but don’t expect the heat to stick around long as a storm-inducing cold front … Continue reading

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Graduation date moved to Aug. 1, 2020

Clarion News reports LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – According to a campus-wide news release, the coronavirus pandemic has forced spring 2020 commencement to be moved from May 9 to Aug. 1. More as this story develops.

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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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LU students begin new life in digital classroom

The COVID-19 virus has forced the closure of on-campus classes for the spring semester Clarion News reports JEFFERSON CITY – Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the classrooms at Lincoln University are closed. Students will finish the spring semester in the … Continue reading

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Coronavirus creates panic buying, shortage of goods

Feds relax limits on daily hours for truck drivers, Wal-Mart changes hours BY Clarion staff reports JEFFERSON CITY – Life with the coronavirus is keeping many students and workers at home, while others will be spending more time on the … Continue reading

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Black History Month: Debating Reparations

By Tai-Rece Basey LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – As part of Black History Month, LU political science professor Dr. Darius Watson presented “Debating Reparations” in Page Library. The presentation opened with the history behind the idea of “40 acres and a mule,” … Continue reading

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Missouri bill seeks to ban certain adult-themed novels

By Mar’Che Boggess JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri Rep. Ben Baker (R-Neosho) has proposed HR 2044, a bill that intends to bar libraries from keeping books with “age-inappropriate” material in stock. Under the bill, panels of elected parents would evaluate whether … Continue reading

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