The Lindenwood University Collegiate Leadership competition team recently captured first place in regional competition and second internationally in the Collegiate Leadership Competition in Ohio.
Spaces in Butler Loft and McCluer Hall are undergoing renovation in an effort to create dedicated areas to foster creativity in Lindenwood’s communications and arts students, including a converged media lab and a “makerspace.”
BestColleges.com has ranked several programs at Lindenwood University as some of the best programs in the country in their respective areas: the online Bachelor of Arts in game design, online Bachelor of Arts in art history, online Bachelor of Arts in supply chain management, online Master of Fine Arts in creative writing, online Master of Arts in leadership, online Master of Arts in leadership, and online Master of Arts in public administration.
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.
Lindenwood University’s Department of Anthropology and Archaeological Research Program is conducting an archaeological survey of select areas of the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site June 4 through 14. The survey will be conducted by students and faculty as part of Lindenwood’s 2018 Archaeological Field School. The program received a permit from the National Park Service’s Midwest Archeological Center to conduct the survey.
The Lindenwood University Men’s and Women’s rugby teams came home champions from the Penn Mutual Collegiate Rugby Sevens Championships on June 3. The men defeated UCLA and the women defeated Penn State in their respective championship games.
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.