Lindenwood Then and Now: Men first shook up campus 50 years ago

September 18, 2018 Matt Hampton 0

When students came back to Lindenwood in the fall of 1968, a group of men called the “Fabulous 15” had been admitted.  This decision outraged some women, who protested and burned a straw effigy outside of Ayres Hall, the only men’s dorm.  Huffman said the effigy either represented President Brown or the male students. […]


Students use art in public demonstrations

October 29, 2017 Kayla Drake 0

ABBY STONE | Reporter Studio art students are creating sculpture demonstrations for problems they find on campus as projects for the class. The professor of the class, Jacob Stanley, said he encourages his students to work […]


Opinion: Mizzou protests send mixed message

November 11, 2015 Lindenlink Staff 0

Tyler Tousley | Opinions Editor
Nov. 11, 2015; 3:00 pm

There is a revolution happening in America; a revolution that started with Michael Brown’s death in late 2014. Across the country we are seeing minority groups fighting for equality and a feeling of safety. One of the most recent installments is happening close to home for many of us. The University of Missouri (Mizzou), in Columbia, MO has exploded with racial tensions recently, and there is so much to cover. […]


Area adjuncts rally for workers’ rights

April 16, 2015 Emily Adair 0

Emily Adair | Editor-in-Chief
Published April 16, 2015; 11:35 a.m.

Hundreds of adjunct instructors, students and other workers gathered at Washington University in St. Louis to rally for workers’ rights on Wednesday, April 15. The rally was one of countless demonstrations across the nation. […]


Westboro faces animosity, protest

February 23, 2012 Lindenlink Staff 1

Westboro Baptist Church is based out of Topeka, Kan., and has been making national headlines for quite some time. They are known for protesting at deceased soldiers’ funerals and other events… Rachel Harrison reports on what went recently went down. […]