Mili Mena | Reporter
From Print [Nov. 10, 2015] Legacy
After winning a bronze medal at the London Olympic Games in 2012, Irene Montrucchio was drawn by the appeal of a college degree and decided to leave the Spanish national synchronized swimming team to come to the United States. […]
Nicola Muscroft | Reporter
From Print [Nov. 10, 2015] | Legacy
Lindenwood University is dissolving its School of Human Services, resulting in the transfer of some majors, the elimination of at least one and an uncertain future for others. […]
Romane Donadini | Photo Editor
Nov. 11, 2015; 3:30 p.m.
The Lindenwood Black Student Union members will support the University of Missouri student protests by gathering at 4 p.m. on Nov. 12, at the Spellmann Center’s Connection where they will take photos and post them on social media.
Devin King | Reporter
From Print[Nov.10,2015] | Legacy
The number of credit hours required to graduate could be cut to 120 from 128, according to President Michael Shonrock, who announced the suggested change at a recent meeting of the Lindenwood Student Government Association. […]
Viktoria Muench|News Editor
From Print [Nov. 5, 2015] Legacy
The Lindenwood women’s ice hockey team not only fought a battle on the ice against Syracuse Orange during the weekend but also pushed for breast cancer awareness during the fourth annual Pink the Rink event. […]