Sidewalks and crosswalks are sometimes in short supply on campus, but it becomes a dangerous game of “Frogger” to get from building to building when both students and drivers are not attentive to the rules of road. […]
Niklas Dehlwes | Reporter
From Print [Sept. 29, 2015] | Legacy
They’re furry and cute, but they also can be destructive, said a member of Lindenwood’s maintenance department. For some of the groundhogs, their time on campus is coming to an end. […]
Lontreal Farmer | Staff Reporter
Published Aug. 26, 2015; 1:30 p.m.
Petting zoos are usually associated with small children and middle school, but who says college students can’t have fun too? Many students showed up for the petting zoo on the Evans Common lawn. […]
Susie Evans | Contributing Writer
Published March 18, 2015; 4:45 p.m.
All Paws Rescue is a 501 C all volunteer-based animal rescue group. The organization is made entirely of foster-home volunteers and currently fosters about 30 animals. […]
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Abigail Fallon | Staff Reporter
Posted March 12, 2014; 1:43 p.m.
When we eat together in the dining hall most of us kind of pretend not to be checking out each other’s selections, yet it has to be at least once a week that someone sees my bowl full of spinach and rice and asks if I am a vegetarian. When I tell them I haven’t eaten meat (knowingly) in two years, they say, “What, are you religious?” or “Oh, you must be super healthy.”