Culture

Food, fun, faith collide at World Buffet

April 20, 2018 Matt Hampton 0

MATT HAMPTON | Reporter The InterVarsity Christian Fellowship held an event with international food and games on Thursday in Spellmann 3020.  Many students and alumni stopped by World Buffet to taste food from Mexico, Japan […]

News

Uber, Lyft now picking up from airport

August 23, 2017 Michelle Sproat 0

BY MICHELLE SPROAT|VIDEO CONTENT MANAGER With the start of fall semester less than a week away, students will have new options for getting to campus from St. Louis Lambert International Airport. Traditional taxi and car services […]

Opinions

Opinion: Media abroad distorts Ferguson as ‘complete chaos’

September 15, 2015 Tyler Tousley 0

Viktoria Muench | News Editor
From Print [August 25, 2015] | Legacy

It is always interesting to see how news outlets can portray certain events that are happening in the world in very different ways. It is no secret that media has always been biased. However, while I spent my summer break back home in Germany, I especially noticed the effects it can have on people when news is blown out of proportion.
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Crimean crisis affects international students

March 11, 2014 Lindenlink Staff 0

Benjamin Bathke | Staff Reporter
Posted March 11, 2014; 1:42 p.m.

The crisis between Russia and the Ukraine over the Crimean peninsula may seem far away to many of us, but some Lindenwood students call the two nations home. According to the international office, 10 students from Russia and six from neighboring Ukraine currently attend LU, and the incident has implications for them. […]