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St. Louis celebrates Earth Day in Forest Park

April 29, 2015 Lindenlink Staff 0

Anastasia Talalaeva | Contributing Writer
Published April 29, 2015; 4 p.m.

Earth Day is celebrated by one billion people in 192 countries around the world. St. Louis was among the cities that celebrated the popular holiday, with a festival in Forest Park. […]

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President Evans’ daughter dies

April 29, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Emily Adair | Editor-in-Chief The only child of President James Evans has died, according to an email issued by Provost Jann Weitzel. Laura Luebbert died April 28 of natural causes, according to Weitzel. She is […]

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Historical society celebrates 150 years since the Civil War

April 23, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Anastasia Talalaeva | Contributing Writer
Published April 23, 2015; 11:50 a.m.

The Saint Charles Historical Society is celebrating a historical event. The 150th anniversary since the end of the civil war. The event included a parade on a main street and the event was hosted at the grand opera house banquet center. […]

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Area workers unite for rights

April 21, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Emily Adair | Editor-in-Chief
Published April 21, 2015; 1:20 p.m.

Hundreds of adjunct instructors, students and other workers gathered at Washington University in St. Louis to rally for workers’ rights on Wednesday, April 15. The rally was one of countless demonstrations held across the nation. […]

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Student up for Miss Missouri

April 21, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Viki Muench | Staff Reporter
Published April 21, 2015; 1:10 p.m.

Mikaela Carson seems to be a normal college senior trying to keep up with a busy schedule. However, there is something that sets her apart from her fellow classmates and friends. Something that gives her opportunities outside of her academic career that only few are able to experience. […]

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Student housing lacking reliable maintenance

April 21, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Christie Sielfleisch | Design Chief
Published April 21, 2015; 1 p.m.

As a student, have you ever had your basement flood with sewage, forcing you to wait days before maintenance could come and clean up the stench? Have you ever dealt with a broken vent and were forced to live in conditions comparable to an arctic tundra until LU sent someone to fix the problem? If not, then you are the exception. […]

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Sigma-Aldrich Donation

April 21, 2015 Lindenlink Staff 0

Ashley Higganbotham | Staff Reporter April 21, 2015; 11 a.m. Lindenwood’s School of Sciences will be renaming of the biology research lab in Young Hall after the Sigma- Aldrich Corporation donated $576,000 in consumables and equipment. Department […]

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Area adjuncts rally for workers’ rights

April 16, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Emily Adair | Editor-in-Chief
Published April 16, 2015; 11:35 a.m.

Hundreds of adjunct instructors, students and other workers gathered at Washington University in St. Louis to rally for workers’ rights on Wednesday, April 15. The rally was one of countless demonstrations across the nation. […]

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Ferguson elects 3 black city councilmen

April 15, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Jessica Hartman | Contributing Writer
Published April 15, 2015; 1:30 p.m.

This year’s annual elections were historic for one city. Tuesday’s polls marked the first elections since the unrest in Ferguson began in August of last year. […]