Lindenwood needs to get up to speed with technology and dump its carbon paper system. Carbon papers, also known as multi-copy forms, are used at Lindenwood for enrollment, adding or dropping a class or policy exemptions and are completely obsolete and inefficient. The time taken to use these papers is unfathomably high, and is a nuisance for college students and faculty alike.
There’s a blurry line before the importance of an election year, and the moment you become aware of politics. It is becoming staunchly clear that this is an important election year. If you haven’t been paying attention it’s time. […]
Lindenwood seems to be open to make many changes to improve our campus culture. However, when it comes to a potential ban of cigarettes on campus, it’s the students who have differing opinions about it. […]
Recently the St. Louis Post-Dispatch covered a potential change in legislation that requires police officers to not only record the ethnicity of whomever they pull over, which they have been doing for years, but also the perceived sexual orientation, religion, disability, and English language proficiency. Recording ethnicities began to gather information on who exactly the cops are pulling over.