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Freshman Convocation inspires new students to make these years “a blast”

Jazmin del Angel | Reporter
Published August 27, 2015; 11:50 a.m.

With the company of 815 domestic and 173 international freshmen, according to Dr. Joe Parisi, the Freshman Convocation of the Class of 2019 took place at the Lindenwood Family Theater Tuesday, Aug. 26, at 4 p.m. Following the prelude given by Professor Pamela Grooms, Professor Timothy Butler, the university’s chaplain, presented the Invocation.

Photo by  Mai Urai
Delta Tau Delta's electronic dance concert featured a synchronized light show.

Delta Tau Delta dropped the beat with Deltstep

Geddy Avery | Graphic Designer
Published August 26, 2015; 10:00 a.m

Butler Loft lit up the night with a beat that sent a gathering of students into a roaring mass. Lindenwood fraternity Delta Tau Delta hosted Deltstep, a dubstep concert with the local DJ duo You Know, as well as Lindenwood alumnus Danny Simms.

Photo by Romane Donadini | A Dromedary camel visited campus as part of the Wild Wednesday Petting Zoo. The event was the third portion of Welcome Back Week hosted by Campus Activities Board.

Hump daaaay! Yeyah!

Lontreal Farmer | Staff Reporter 
Published Aug. 26, 2015; 1:30 p.m.

Petting zoos are usually associated with small children and middle school, but who says college students can’t have fun too? Many students showed up for the petting zoo on the Evans Common lawn.

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President Michael Shonrock gets to know Leo the Lion and members of the Lindenwood cheer team.

Q&A with President Shonrock [audio]

Cayla Brown | Staff Reporter 
Published Aug. 25, 2015; 7 a.m.

Michael Shonrock, Lindenwood’s 22nd president, took office June 1. Before coming to St. Charles, he served as Emporia State University’s president in Emporia, Kansas.

The women's soccer team huddles during a match.

MIAA announces women’s soccer preseason poll

Phil Scherer | Legacy Managing Editor
August 25, 2015; 7:00 a.m.

The Mid-American Intercollegiate Athletics Association released its annual 2015 women’s soccer preseason coaches poll Aug. 20, 2015, projecting all 11 teams placement in the standing at the conclusion of the upcoming season.