ABBY STONE | Reporter Studio art students are creating sculpture demonstrations for problems they find on campus as projects for the class. The professor of the class, Jacob Stanley, said he encourages his students to work […]
BY WESLEY THOMAS| Reporter Halloween came early to Lindenwood Oct. 27 with the Campus Activity Board’s special edition of Friday Night Live. The event, called “Something Spooky,” featured free stuff like coupons, keychains and […]
CIARA GRIFFIN | Reporter October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Delta Zeta and Delta Tau Delta partnered up to raise funds for breast cancer research with the game bra pong in Spellmann Center on Oct. 25-27. […]
MATT HAMPTON | Reporter A sophomore at Washington University has started a company he hopes will make up for the lack of nightlife options for college students under the drinking age. Zach Moskow founded Premier STL in […]
Video by Michelle Sproat ARIN FROIDL | Reporter More than 12,000 people showed up to Lindenwood’s seventh annual Dark Carnival Wednesday, the largest crowd in the festival’s history. From goofy magicians to haunted hayrides, there was something […]
Lindenwood Lions hockey looks forward to the third of five weekends at home against the University of Illinois at the Wentzville Ice Arena.
This weekend’s series will be the first time these teams will meet this season, and they will meet again for the Lions final games of 2017 at the Illinois Ice Arena in Urbana-Champaign the weekend of Dec. 1 and 2. […]
KEARSTIN CANTRELL | Opinions Editor I love weightlifting with every fiber of my being. I have ever since my freshman year of high school. For that reason, the gym has become my safe haven over the […]