Sculpture showcases trash

Aeriel Niccum | Assistant News Editor
October 22, 2014; 12:45 p.m.

More than nine bags of trash were collected and turned into a sculpture Sunday evening in a joint effort to raise awareness of LU’s need to go green.
Members of the Interfraternity Council and Art History club gathered behind Guffey Hall then dispersed to collect trash across campus before meeting at the Spellmann Center to construct their sculpture.


LU alumna to pass off crown

Viki Muench | Staff Reporter
October 22, 2014; 1:00 p.m.

Next month LU will be hosting the Miss Missouri Pageant again, which will have a special appearance by alumna and Miss Missouri 2014, Erica Sturdefant.

The search for both the new Miss Missouri USA and Miss Missouri Teen USA will be on the weekend of Nov. 7 – 9 at the J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts.

Photo by Kelby Lorenz
The runners were able to take a breath and enjoy the completion of the race during the awards ceremony.

Race to be King trumps weather

Scarlett Lirely | Reporting Student From Print [Oct. 14, 2014] | Legacy The weather on Saturday morning may have been chilly and gray, but the participants in Homecoming’s annual “5K Race To Be King” were excited and ready to run. The 42 runners began arriving at 7:30 a.m., were checked in and given their participant packages…


LU students to apply for recycling grant

Viki Muench | Staff Reporter
Lindenwood’s student body has been working on improving the university’s methods and ways to help the environment by better recycling methods and making the campus more green.

The latest development was the goal to establish a recycling grant to raise money to support this case.