Local activist talks about media, police brutality

February 28, 2018 Matt Hampton 0

MATT HAMPTON | Reporter Activist and freelance videographer LaShell Eikerenkoetter spoke during an event sponsored by the Black Student Union and the Gender Sexualities Alliance Tuesday afternoon.   Eikerenkoetter, who is from the North County suburb of Jennings, […]


Opinion: Media abroad distorts Ferguson as ‘complete chaos’

September 15, 2015 Tyler Tousley 0

Viktoria Muench | News Editor
From Print [August 25, 2015] | Legacy

It is always interesting to see how news outlets can portray certain events that are happening in the world in very different ways. It is no secret that media has always been biased. However, while I spent my summer break back home in Germany, I especially noticed the effects it can have on people when news is blown out of proportion.


Ferguson elects 3 black city councilmen

April 15, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Jessica Hartman | Contributing Writer
Published April 15, 2015; 1:30 p.m.

This year’s annual elections were historic for one city. Tuesday’s polls marked the first elections since the unrest in Ferguson began in August of last year. […]


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. […]


Evans, Knowles discuss Ferguson at LU on Sibley Day

February 18, 2015 Jason Wiese 0

Aaron Vento | Staff Reporter
Published February 18, 2015; 4:40 p.m

LU held a press conference at 2 p.m. on Sibley Day in regards to the recent events in Ferguson including some plans to help improve its image and give Ferguson high school students some great new opportunities. […]


Ferguson: Where walls and windows speak

February 10, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Sergio Poveda | Staff Reporter Published February 10, 2015; 10 a.m. In Ferguson, Missouri, colorful lines split Clanfield Drive in half. The glowing concrete serves as a silent memorial; large teddy bears lay in the very […]


Unrest in North St. Louis addressed

November 20, 2014 Lindenlink Staff 0

Gabrielle Christensen | Staff Reporter
Nov. 20, 2014; 1:35 p.m.

Despite that Rice just had had surgery, he made his way to the podium and opened the speaker with an anecdote that made everybody laugh. “I am going to say to you, just as Marilyn Monroe said to her fifth husband, I’m not going to keep you long.” […]


LU officials prepare for outcome of Michael Brown case

November 13, 2014 Emily Adair 0

Emily AdairEditor-in-Chief
November 13, 2014; 7:30 p.m.

With a grand jury’s upcoming decision on whether or not to indict Darren Wilson, the police officer who fatally shot teenager Michael Brown, Lindenwood officials do not expect to see violent reaction on campus but are prepared for it. […]