Changes for the Legacy

Changes for the Legacy

Lindsey Rae Vaughn | Lindenlink Contributor

The Legacy tries its best every issue to bring the most relevant news, opinions, entertainment and sports to Lindenwood students. Seeing the high demand for more news more frequently, The Legacy has some changes that will be happening in the next couple of weeks.

Starting after Spring Break, The Legacy will be moving from a bi-weekly newspaper to a weekly newspaper. The plan is to publish an eight-page paper every Wednesday instead of a bi-weekly 12 page paper. This will begin April 17.

The April 24 issue will be a special edition where the Investigative Reporting class will be providing all the stories and the editor-in-chief will be Music Editor Annette Schafer.

The Legacy has also launched brand new social media sites on Twitter and Facebook. Legacy has different accounts on Twitter personalized for the type of Lindenwood news you want to hear.

For late-breaking news, follow @LULegacyNews; for the opinions of students and our staff, follow @LULegacyOpinion; for entertainment in the area, follow @LULegacyEnt; for all the scores of LU’s teams, follow @LULegacySports; or if you want a general feel for the newspaper, follow @LULegacy.

If Twitter isn’t enough, you can like our page on Facebook at facebook.com/LULegacyNewspaper.

We hope students support and embrace these changes as we try to make this a better newspaper for our university and surrounding community. This is a trial run for The Legacy staff, so please send us your comments and opinions via Twitter, Facebook or [email protected]