Tag Archives: The Clarion News

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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LU Journalism History Course Receives “B” Rating from AJHA

Lincoln rated higher than Nebraska, Morehouse, Rutgers, and many others By Clarion News staff LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – The American Journalism Historian Association has awarded LU’s journalism program a “B” rating for its efforts at teaching media history, landing the HBCU … Continue reading

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Blue Tigers score homecoming victory over Northeastern State

By Amani Grant-Pate LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – The LU Blue Tigers put together an impressive homecoming game performance Saturday in a homecoming 29-9 victory over Northeastern State University. Despite heavy rain for most of the afternoon, Lincoln dominated the contest, marking … 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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Red Cross holds campus blood drive

By Inkera Muwwakkil LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – The Jefferson City American Red Cross held its first campus blood drive of the semester in the SUC ballroom on Friday with help from the Thompkins Health Center and nurse Twhyla Kirby. The goal was to have … Continue reading

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PJ students go on-scene with mock accident drill

The only way to prepare for the chaos of photojournalism is to practice for it By Clarion News staff LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – A man using a chainsaw suffers fatal injuries. Police arrive with a white sheet to shield him from … Continue reading

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Shots fired near LU campus

By Landon Bernskoetter LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – Police report that someone reportedly fired several shots at about noon Wednesday along East Dunklin Street near MLK Hall, causing a 20-minute campus-wide lockdown. LUPD Chief Gary Hill told the Clarion News that no … Continue reading

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A dream fulfilled featuring Symone Sanders

By Isis McCully/Photo by Jerunek Morris LINCOLN UNIVERSITY- A Dream Fulfilled featured speaker was Symone Sanders, a political strategist who now is a senior advisor for Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign. The event was Sept. 17, 2019 at the SUC … Continue reading

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Antiquated homes cleared for demolition by Lincoln University

By Inkera Muwwakkil Lincoln University is conducting demolition to several properties owned by the school. The properties include: 712 Lafayette St., 807 E. Dunklin St., 809 E. Dunklin St., 807 Locust St., 813 Locust St. and 1011 E. Atchison St. … Continue reading

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Candlelight memorial held for Lloyd Randle III

By Isis McCully LINCOLN UNIVERSITY – A candlelight memorial was held Sept. 5, 2019 to honor Lloyd Randle III, who died recently as a result of drowning in the Missouri River . Students gathered at the SUC Ballroom to show … Continue reading

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