One of the oldest competitive sports has become the newest sport at Lindenwood University—trap and skeet shooting.
The Lindenwood University show choir presents "The Joint is Jumpin'" Friday, April 26 and Saturday April 27 at Jelkyl Theatre on the LU campus.
The fifth annual Lindenwood University student designer fashion exhibition, A Nigh of Elegance, will be Friday, May 10 at the Cultural Center. There will be a matinee at 10 a.m. and an evening show at 8 p.m.
Lindenwood University Dean of Education Rick Boyle has received the Missouri Association of School Librarians Friend of School Library award.
19th century music, dance, lifestyle featured.
The dance “Many Feet Brings Houses,” a nationally recognized number choreographed by Lindenwood Dance Program Director Rob Scoggins, was selected for inclusion in the American College Dance Festival National Gala.
Nearly 200 people braved cold weather and high winds Saturday to get a “sneak peek” of Lindenwood University’s $18 million Spellmann Campus Center, which should open in the fall.
Lindenwood University and UM-St. Louis have formalized a partnership to benefit area school administrators. The partnership allows qualified Lindenwood Specialist in Education Degree program graduates to move efficiently into doctoral studies at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has awarded a $2.2 million contract for the realignment of First Capitol Drive along the front of the Lindenwood University campus.
Kenneth Chilton has joined the management division faculty at Lindenwood University. Chilton, a longtime researcher and administrator for the Center for the Study of American Business at Washington University, will direct a new institute for the Study of Economics and the Environment (ISEE) at Lindenwood.