Lindenwood University staff members raised $2,247.01 for charity through “Penny Wars,” a competitive fundraiser pitting different departments around the school against each other.
Lindenwood University has recently been featured as one of the Best Online Bachelor’s Degrees in Game Design by OnlineSchoolsReport.com. Lindenwood ranked number five nationwide.
Lindenwood University has recently been featured as one of the Best Online Master’s Degrees in Art and Art History by OnlineSchoolsReport.com. Lindenwood ranked second, nationwide.
The Lindenwood University Lions have placed 11th for 2018-19 among 308 NCAA Division II programs in the Learfield Director’s Cup, which uses a point system based on post-season appearances to rank the most successful athletic programs in the country. The ranking is the second highest that Lindenwood has achieved since joining the NCAA Division II.
Presidential Scholarship recipient Guadalupe Medina was included in an article in YR, a national publication produced by young journalists, regarding the difficulties faced by DACA recipients seeking to attend college. Medina was presented as an exception to the rule in that her scholarship afforded her the opportunity to attend at Lindenwood.
Lindenwood University and the city of Wentzville, Mo., announce the sale of the Lindenwood Ice Arena by the university to the city. The purchase was approved by the Wentzville Board of Aldermen at its meeting on June 12. The sale price of $2 million will be paid in annual increments of $100,000 over the next 20 years.
During the 2018-19 academic year, 50 Lindenwood University sport management students took internships and practica with organizations like the PGA, the St. Louis Cardinals, the St. Louis Sports Commission, the Kansas City Chiefs, and many others. Five of those students had internships at the St. Louis Blues and had a rare perspective on a team in the midst of a historic playoff run.
Nearly 4,500 soccer fans came to Lindenwood University’s Harlen Hunter Stadium for a professional soccer match between Saint Louis FC and the MLS’ Chicago Fire. Lindenwood stepped in when the original venue became unavailable due to minor flooding. Saint Louis FC won in an upset by a score of 2-1.
Lindenwood theatre student Anthony Elliott, who did the sound design for the Theatre Department’s recent production of Our Town, was at the center of a May 22 article in a national trade publication, Stage Directions, for the work he did for the production. It’s a great example of how Lindenwood programs provide real experience for students.
Lindenwood University’s Harlen Hunter Stadium on its St. Charles campus will host the U.S. Open Cup Fourth Round soccer match between the Saint Louis FC and Major League Soccer’s (MLS) Chicago Fire at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11, due to minor flooding at World Wide Technology Soccer Park.