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The Spellmann Era, Episode 4: Spellmann left behind a legacy on LU

The Spellmann Era, Episode 4: Spellmann left behind a legacy on LU

May 10, 2019
Filed under History, Podcasts, The Spellmann Era

KAYLA DRAKE | Host MATT HAMPTON | Producer https://soundcloud.com/spellmannera/the-spellmann-era-episode-4?in=spellmannera/sets/the-spellmann-era This is the last episode in a documentary podcast series about Dennis C. Spellmann, president of Lindenwood from 1989-2006. Click here for the previous installment. Below is a transcript of the episode. A list of sources is here. Matt Hampton:  Were ...

The Spellmann Era, Episode 3: Spellmann’s tough leadership was controversial with students, faculty

The Spellmann Era, Episode 3: Spellmann's tough leadership was controversial with students, faculty

May 10, 2019
Filed under History, Podcasts, The Spellmann Era

KAYLA DRAKE | Host MATT HAMPTON | Producer https://soundcloud.com/spellmannera/the-spellmann-era-episode-3?in=spellmannera/sets/the-spellmann-era This is the third episode in a four-episode documentary podcast series about Dennis C. Spellmann, president of Lindenwood from 1989-2006. Click here for the previous episode, and here for the final installment. A transcript of the episode is below. A list of so...

The Spellmann Era, Episode 2: Spellmann’s clever business approach brought results and criticism

The Spellmann Era, Episode 2: Spellmann's clever business approach brought results and criticism

May 10, 2019
Filed under History, Podcasts, The Spellmann Era

KAYLA DRAKE | Host MATT HAMPTON | Producer https://soundcloud.com/spellmannera/the-spellmann-era-episode-5?in=spellmannera/sets/the-spellmann-era This is the second episode in a four-episode documentary podcast series about Dennis C. Spellmann, president of Lindenwood from 1989-2006. Click here for the previous episode, and here for the next installment. A transcript of the episode is below. A list of sou...

The Spellmann Era, Episode 1: Meet the unconventional president who saved Lindenwood

The Spellmann Era, Episode 1:  Meet the unconventional president who saved Lindenwood

May 10, 2019
Filed under History, Podcasts, The Spellmann Era

KAYLA DRAKE | Host MATT HAMPTON | Producer https://soundcloud.com/spellmannera/the-spellmann-era-episode-1?in=spellmannera/sets/the-spellmann-era This is the first episode in a four-episode documentary podcast series about Dennis C. Spellmann, president of Lindenwood from 1989-2006. Click here for the next episode. A transcript of this episode is below. A list of sources is here. CORRECTION: This podc...

Crime Log: one drug violation, one underage alcohol violation

Lindenwood University Public Safety is located on the fourth floor of the Spellmann Center and they can be contacted at (636)949-4911.

Daniel Bell-Nguyen, Reporter
March 5, 2020
Filed under Crime Log, News

The weekly crime log is a list of incidents that reportedly occur on and around Lindenwood’s campus. All of the information is provided by the Public Safety & Security office and the St. Charles Police Department.

History of Lindenwood sports: Part 3 – Spellmann revitalized athletic programs

Leo the Lion at the grand opening of the Spellmann center, one of the nine buildings constructed on campus during the Dennis Spellmann administration.  <br> Photo from the Mary Ambler Archives.

December 5, 2018
Filed under History, Sports

MATT HAMPTON | Sports Editor This is the final part of a series about the evolution of athletics at Lindenwood, from the early years to present day.   Lindenwood became co-ed in 1968, which lead to its first men's teams, and many staples of the Lions were pioneered in the following decades.  In 1989, Lindenwood suffered...

360 degrees of the Spellmann Center renovations

Renovations in the Spellmann Center accommodated space for admissions, the business, financial aid and academic services offices.
<br> Photo by Kayla Drake

October 25, 2018
Filed under News, Visuals

KAYLA DRAKE | Multimedia Producer The angles Enrollment Management, International Admissions, the Business, Financial Aid and Academic Services offices all made their official "exodus" to the Spellmann Center on Monday. Here are views from the space and people that work in the offices: [perfectpullqu...

2018 Renovations Update: Spellmann first floor to host ‘collaboration area’

The space next to the computer lab in Spellmann formerly contained offices for the School of Health Sciences and a lounge.  In the future, it will become a Photo by Matt Hampton." />

September 9, 2018
Filed under News

MATT HAMPTON | Sports Editor Among the extensive changes being made to Lindenwood's campus this year is the creation of a student collaboration area outside of the computer lab in the Spellmann Center.   Students returning in August may have noticed the area inside the doors facin...

Major changes coming to Spellmann, McCluer and Butler Loft

McCluer is just one of many buildings that will undergo changes for fall semester. <br> Photo by Kat Owens

April 26, 2018
Filed under News

KAYLA DRAKE | Reporter Spellmann Center, McCluer Hall and Butler Loft will all be undergoing facelifts this summer and major shifts in purpose. Spellmann, which has been the hub for communications students, will become a one-stop shop for new and returning students. McCluer, now a residence hall, wil...

New virtual-reality studios coming to Spellmann, LARC

Adjunct professor Chris Pusczak tests the new equipment in the test virtual-reality studio in Spellmann 4085. <br> Photo by Lindsey Fiala.

October 10, 2017
Filed under Culture

MEGAN COURTNEY | Reporter New virtual-reality studios have been approved for locations in Spellmann Center and the Library and Academic Resources Center. Chris Pusczak, an adjunct professor at Lindenwood who also owns a company called SymbioVR, said that virtual reality has the potential to ben...

Spellmann and Butler Library host to ladybugs

Photo taken from MaxPixel.com

March 29, 2017
Filed under News

A new group taking over campus isn’t your typical Lindenwood student. Ladybugs have been seen congregating around the Spellmann Center and Butler Library. The spotted beetles have been finding their way inside buildings, and in some instances, they have been seen creeping across windowsills or buzzing ar...

Lindenwood to spend $2 million on Spellmann renovations

The heating, cooling and electrical systems within the Spellmann Center will receive upgrades as part of the renovations. <br> Photo by Lindenlink Staff

March 1, 2017
Filed under News

A $2 million upgrade for Spellmann Center was approved by the Lindenwood Board of Directors on Friday, university officials said. “This gives us the opportunity to start day one with all of the equipment to be very proactive and preventative with what we do,” said Diane Moore, assistant vice president...