On a rainy night at Hunter Stadium, the men’s soccer team looked to follow up the women’s 4-0 victory over Drury University with a win of their own, but as the rain fell, so did the Lions. The Maryville Saints cruised over them by a score of 3-0. […]
Brayden Parker | Staff Reporter February 11, 2015; 3:00 p.m. With two overtime losses in the final two matches, the No. 9 Lindenwood wrestling team lost its final regular season dual, 18-17, to No. 1 […]
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Posted April 8, 2014; 1:45 p.m.
President James Evans for Lindenwood University said that while there are no immediate plans to create a sustainability center on campus, they are working with the LSGA and LU Sustainability Alliance to reduce the campus’ carbon foot print.
“We are working with both the LSGA and the LU Sustainability Alliance to review our present recycling program, with an eye towards expanding it somewhat,” said President Evans.