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News Media Must Re-Examine Role in Shooting Coverage

April 25, 2013 Lindenlink Staff 0

The media’s 24 hour extensive coverage of mass shootings exposes the public to an overdrive of information that potentially changes their ideas about these circumstances. Lindenwood University senior Hazal Celik said “It is so graphic in nature I sometimes find it difficult to watch.” If mentally healthy people find it difficult to digest the media’s information frenzy then what influence will it hold on those who desire to commit such atrocities? […]

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Stop and frisk

February 25, 2013 Lindenlink Staff 0

I had read on twitter a couple weeks ago about a judge ruling New York City’s “Stop and Frisk” practice unconstitutional. As unfathomable and ridiculous as that sounds; yes it was actually happening. […]

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I Believe “God Made a Farmer”

February 6, 2013 Lindenlink Staff 0

Kelli Reichert | Lindenlink Reporter *Photo courtesy of www.channels.com* Everyone knows that the Super Bowl was this last Sunday. But why were you watching? Was it the rivalry between the Baltimore Ravens and the San […]

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Movie review: Flight

November 19, 2012 Lindenlink Staff 0

Genell Jeffries
This week, I went to the theater to see “Flight”. I enjoyed that this movie was not predictable. It was full of ironic twists and turns. I never knew what the main character, Captain Whip Whitaker, was going to do next. […]

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Movie Review: Cloud Atlas

November 19, 2012 Lindenlink Staff 0

Genell Jeffries | Lindenlink Fashion Editor This week, I went to see “Cloud Atlas” and from the beginning to end, I was confused on what the central theme was. The movie seemed all over the […]

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Finding My Way

November 2, 2012 Lindenlink Staff 0

Genell Jeffries | Fashion Editor      I almost lost it, but then I remembered where I was. I remembered how I became who I was. I recalled who made me who I was.   Self […]