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Opinion: Coming soon: ‘Driving while gay’ in Missouri

January 26, 2016 Tyler Tousley 0

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.
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Ferguson: Where walls and windows speak

February 10, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Sergio Poveda | Staff Reporter Published February 10, 2015; 10 a.m. In Ferguson, Missouri, colorful lines split Clanfield Drive in half. The glowing concrete serves as a silent memorial; large teddy bears lay in the very […]

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LU officials prepare for outcome of Michael Brown case

November 13, 2014 Emily Adair 0

Emily AdairEditor-in-Chief
November 13, 2014; 7:30 p.m.

With a grand jury’s upcoming decision on whether or not to indict Darren Wilson, the police officer who fatally shot teenager Michael Brown, Lindenwood officials do not expect to see violent reaction on campus but are prepared for it. […]

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Security concerns intensify

April 15, 2014 Lindenlink Staff 0

Genell Jefferies and Denise Rivers | Staff reporters
Posted April 15, 2014; 2:30p.m.

Security on school campuses has become one of the most talked about issues amongst students, law enforcement and the general public. This is largely due to several shootings, stabbings and other incidents that have plagued school grounds. […]