Lindenwood University economics professor Rik Hafer, from the Plaster School of Business & Entrepreneurship, was quoted in a Sept. 18 Post-Dispatch business column by David Nicklaus about a proposed tax on employers whose workers require federal assistance for food, housing, or insurance.
Lindenwood Alumnus Chris Stanfield (’11) was recently featured in a St. Louis Riverfront Times article for his podcast, Killer Jobs, which examines the day jobs of infamous serial killers. Stanfield, whose own day job is neurophysiologist, has a Master of Arts from Lindenwood and lives in St. Charles, Mo.
Jennifer Doermer (’11), Lindenwood graduate and music teacher at Mullanphy Elementary in St. Louis’ Shaw neighborhood, was featured in a segment on KSDK-TV’s Today in St. Louis show. Doermer, who admits in the segment to spending her own money on supplies for her classroom, was surprised when the show donated a variety of musical instruments for use by her students in class.
Lindenwood University’s Chad Kerksick, director of the Exercise and Performance Nutrition Laboratory, was among a group of experts quoted in a U.S. News and World Report article on sports nutrition, specifically, the importance of protein intake.
Lindenwood University music education major Jerod Broadbooks won a contest to play guitar for the song “This Is War” during a concert by Jared Leto and Thirty Seconds to Mars on Monday, July 9, at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater in Maryland Heights. Broadbooks’ performance garnered a piece on St. Louis Public Radio and mention in concert coverage by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and St. Louis Magazine.
Women’s rugby player Nika Paogofie-Buyten was featured in the Hawaii Tribune Herald in her home state in connection with the women’s rugby victory in three national championship contests over the past year.
Two Lindenwood theatre students, Camden Scifres and Zoe Gudehus, are featured in an article in the Herald-Whig in Quincy, Ill., for their work at the Lewis Street Playhouse in Canton, Mo., at which they have taken on revitalizing a dormant community theatre company.
Lindenwood University’s DECA team received coverage in the Suburban Journals and other publications for its performance in the recent international competition in Washington, D.C.
Women’s rugby player Natalie Gray was featured in the Summit Daily News, in Summit County, Colo., for her role in the recent national championship by the Lions in women’s rugby.
Lindenwood alumnus Montel Moore, who has been in the news for his national anthem singing at St. Louis Blues games, was featured in the St. Louis American newspaper for his recently released debut album.