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 […]
New Oculus VR headsets and other equipment will be coming to campus after new virtual reality studios were recently approved for locations in both Spellmann and the LARC.
Chris Pusczak an adjunct professor at Lindenwood, who also owns a company called SymbioVR, was one of the fundamental people in starting a VR studio here. Pusczak said that virtual reality has the potential to benefit all majors. […]
Cayla Brown | News Editor
From Print [Sept. 8, 2015] | Legacy
A committee formed to shape the future of LU’s dining halls is starting to have an impact, said Nancy Tinker, director of Dining Services. […]
Romain Polge | Staff Reporter
Posted April 8, 2014; 1:18 p.m.
In spring 2013, Lindenwood University opened a prayer room for the Muslim students. “Providing a designated place for Muslims to pray was a big step but there is undoubtedly much that can still be done,” said Matthew J. Aragon Bruce, assistant professor of religion. […]
Megumi Mase and Connor Johnson | Staff Reporters
Posted March 25, 2014; 12:50 p.m.
The crumbling stairs of the Spellmann Center, blocked off on Feb. 21, could remain off-limits until the end of summer.
“The money decides,” said Greg Scaturro, maintenance for the Spellmann Center. […]