Culture

LU’s first drag show was a huge success

March 27, 2015 Jason Wiese 0

Essi Virtanen | Staff Reporter Published March 27, 2015; 1:31 p.m. A full house at Jelkyl Theatre experienced two hours of “sexualness” at Lindenwood University’s very first Drag Show. The Gay Straight Alliance hosted the event, […]

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A conversation with Giancarlo Esposito

March 23, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Abigail Fallon | Staff Reporter
Published March 20, 2015; 5 p.m.

Giancarlo Esposito, perhaps best known for his work as Gus Fring on Breaking Bad, addressed Lindenwood University students on March 17. After his discussion in the Scheidegger Center’s Lindenwood Theater, Esposito sat down with Legacy/Lindenlink reporter Abigail Fallon to talk about his career in theater and film, what he would probably be doing if he weren’t acting, and his biracial upbringing. […]

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3D printing gains prominence in the U.S.

March 20, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Anastasia Talalaeva | Contributing Report
Published March 20, 2015; 1 p.m.

Although 3-dimensional printers are not a new technology, they have become popular in recent years. Today people use these printers as a source for business, with some companies using 3D printing for advertisement. Scientists are even trying to use these printers for transplants, and some tests have been successful. […]

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ALIVE provides sanctuary for abuse victims

March 20, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Jessica Hartman | Contributing Writer
Published March 16, 2015; 1:40 p.m.

Social media users have recently seen “No More Week” popping up  over and over. The hashtag “No More” and the associated color teal have taken over the social media world. “No More Week” is an international campaign focused on ending domestic violence and sexual assault. […]

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Shaving heads to help kids

March 19, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Amanda DeBerry | Contributing Writer
Published March 19, 2015; 10:25 a.m.

Nearly 500 people from the St. Louis area are doing their part to fight childhood cancer. They said farewell to their hair and shaved their heads—and they couldn’t be more proud. […]