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President Dennis Spellmann and seven Lindenwood University board members will be honored December 14 with the community's first 50 over Fifty Community Shapers awards.

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(Defiance, Mo.) On Saturday, November 19 and Sunday, November 20, The Daniel Boone Home and Boonesfield Village will host a Civil War Weekend. This will be a two day demonstration of life in Missouri in 1865, and will take a look at the issues that faced us at the end of the Civil War. Costumed volunteers will be available to discuss daily life in Missouri and the new struggle to re-build the nation.

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Lindenwood University has announced a plan for its newest site -- Our Lady of Fatima in Florissant. The University has purchased the site from Johnny Londoff Chevrolet with the intent of turning it into a major satellite facility serving all of North St. Louis County.

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Lindenwood University has announced a plan for its newest site -- Our Lady of Fatima in Florissant. The University has purchased the site from Johnny Londoff Chevrolet with the intent of turning it into a major satellite facility serving all of North St. Louis County.

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Lindenwood University has announced that Dr. Tom Stephens, assistant dean of education, has been appointed to direct the Professional and School Counseling Program.

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Lindenwood University is offering 32 courses as part of its Jump Start program, which allows transfer students and those registering late to get a semester of coursework without having to wait until spring.

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Joel Schwartz, one of America’s foremost experts on air pollution, will present "Why America’s Air Quality is Better than you Think” on Thursday, Sept. 29 as part of the Lindenwood Economic Policy Lecture Series.

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On Thursday, September 29th, Mr. Joel Schwartz, one of America’s foremost experts on air pollution, will be presenting “Why America’s Air Quality is Better than you Think” as part of the Lindenwood Economic Policy Lecture Series. Joel Schwartz is a Visiting Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, DC and previously directed the Air Quality Project for Reason Public Policy Institute. Mr. Schwartz has also been a public servant -- executive officer for the California Inspection and Maintenance Review Committee and a senior policy analyst in the Legislative Analyst’s Office in Sacramento. His most recent book is No Way Back (AEI Press). Schwartz writes, “It would be virtually impossible for anyone, no mater how tenacious or determined, to prevent continued and substantial reductions in air pollution.”

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