In their first home game in more than three weeks, the Lindenwood football team failed to execute in all three phases of the game, falling to Pittsburg State 50-19.
Tyler Tousley | Opinions Editor Sept. 23, 2016; 3:00 p.m. On Saturday, Sept. 24, Lindenwood will be hosting their fourth annual Family Day. This event is to give students an opportunity to spend time with their family on campus while enjoying a plethora of activities.
The influence that young adults have over politics today is staggering. But the problem is that many millennials don’t realize the power they possess.
The team says they plan to win, and winning big.
A trend I’ve noticed at Lindenwood is drivers not stopping for the stop signs around campus.
The candidates are gearing up to take the stage, and Lindenwood is providing students with a front row seat.
While studying at her Catholic high school, a nun guidance counselor told Shane Williamson that it was in God’s plan for her to pursue marketing.
Complaints from students about parking has been an annual occurrence, but officials say the issue is a matter of convenience, not availability.