2018 Christmas Walk welcomes community to Old Campus

Luminaries along the main avenue towards alumni gate during Christmas Walk.
Photo by Matt Hampton.

MATT HAMPTON | Sports Editor

With the heritage side of campus decorated with Christmas lights and luminaries lining the streets, Lindenwood welcomed students and the public to celebrate the annual Christmas Walk Sunday from 4-7 p.m.

The McCluer lounge, where visitors could bring a toy to be donated to charity.
Photo by Matt Hampton

The Christmas Walk has been held for over three decades, but this year’s event was the first to be coordinated by Student Involvement.

In the McCluer Hall lounge, children could meet a Santa Claus, and outside, people could take pictures with a reindeer. Visitors could also bring a toy to the gift wrap station in McCluer to be donated to charity.  

The gazebo was the site of Christmas karaoke, and the Pavilion contained a Kwanzaa booth hosted by the Black Student Union and a giving tree from Student Involvement.  More crafts and activities were located in the buildings surrounding the quad.  

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Matt is our sports editor and a general assignment reporter. Outside of Lindenlink, Matt is the treasurer of the Advertisers Desiring Success and Public Relations Club. In his free time, he likes to read, watch Netflix, and hang out with his friends. Matt graduated from McCluer North High School in Florissant, Missouri, and he has interned with the St. Louis Press Club and competed in the National Student Advertising Competition.