With the midterm elections rapidly approaching, election officials recommend studying up on the positions and issues being voted on this coming Tuesday before you go. In an interview with Lindenlink reporter Kayla Drake, elections director Rich Chrismer said that this is the largest ballot he has seen in his 16 years as the elections director. He said he recommends people look the issues up online before coming because a fresh pair of eyes can take about 35 minutes to vote.
Parking this semester has also been affected by construction and the reshuffling of offices and classrooms, it seems as if the traffic cones are slowly invading campus, conquering ground over weekends and in late night scrimmages. […]
MATT HAMPTON | Sports Editor Beginning this semester, Lindenwood student-athletes are only allowed to choose the “Traditional 19” meal plan. The traditional plan includes 19 meals per week, which can only be redeemed during certain […]
MADELINE RAINERI | News Editor Pedestal Foods moved one step closer to selling alcohol at professional shows on campus after it was approved for a liquor license by the St. Charles City Council Tuesday night. The license […]