Lions pitcher Geoff Hartlieb, who graduated Lindenwood in 2016 and drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates that same year, was the subject of a feature in MLB.com. Hartlieb, who pitched in AA last year and posted impressive numbers, is expected to pitch for the Pirates AAA organization this year.
Last week 18 students from Lindenwood’s very own dance program returned from Whittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio, where they participated in the American College Dance Association’s four-day East Central Conference.
Lindenwood fashion students Anna Heinold and Natalia Soares da Silva were the subject of a cover story in Mid Rivers Newsmagazine on March 4 for their participation in a fashion show and exhibit at the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis’ Forest Park.
Two Lindenwood fashion design students are participating in the runway show, Threads: History Never Looked So Haute, starting on April 13, 2019, at the Missouri History Museum, 5700 Lindell Blvd. in St. Louis.
OnlineMasters.com has ranked the online MBA with supply chain management emphasis at Lindenwood University among the best across the United States, ranking 22nd.
The story of former Pepsi employee Allen McKellar, Jr. will be told from 2:30 to 3 p.m. on Feb. 26 at the Library and Academic Resources Center Theatre. In 1940, McKellar broke the color barrier at Pepsi by becoming an intern and, later, an employee. In doing so, he helped diversify Pepsi and corporate America.
Clifton Taulbert, author and president/CEO of Roots Java Coffee, the only wholly owned African-American coffee company in the U.S., spoke Feb. 4 at Lindenwood University as part of its Black History Month festivities. The talk was covered by KPLR-TV.
Nearly 900 Lindenwood students packed the J. Scheidegger Center to see hip-hop artist Waka Flocka Flame perform on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson was on campus in late January to record an interview on the public policy show Missouri Viewpoints with host Mike Ferguson. The show is recorded at the LUTV facilities in the J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts and airs on stations throughout the state, including Lindenwood radio station KCLC 89.1 FM. After the interview, Pason met briefly with Lindenwood University President Michael Shonrock, Ph.D.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch produced an article and photo package on the new stunt program at Lindenwood University-Belleville. The new and growing sport is focused on the aerial and acrobatic aspects of cheerleading.