It’s been an eventful April for Lindenwood University Athletics, with five team national championships recorded since the beginning of the month, including shotgun sports, competitive cheerleading, the Lionettes dance team, synchronized swimming, and D3 roller hockey. Another, for Olympic weightlifting, was still awaiting verification as of Tuesday afternoon, April 11.
Lindenwood University’s online bachelor’s and master’s in public administration were ranked 18th in the country as a best value in the Guide to Online Schools, which is assembled and distributed by the SR Education Group. The site indicates it identified…
For the second time in four years, a Lindenwood football player is going down the path towards the National Football League. Connor Harris hopes to join Pierre Desir as the second Lion selected in the NFL’s annual draft late this April.
Lindenwood University’s 2016-17 American Culture Speaker Series will conclude at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 30, in Harmon Hall’s Dunseth Auditorium with a presentation by author and professor Mark Boulton on the United States’ political responsibility to members of its armed forces.
The Lindenwood University Career Center has added a powerful web-based tool for use by the university’s students and alumni in their search for employment and internships.
A team of advertising students from Lindenwood University recently won the top prize at the St. Louis ADDY Awards, presented by the American Advertising Federation. For the competition, the group assembled a multi-faceted advertising campaign for Snapple, which all student teams worked with for the competition.
Lindenwood University’s Shotgun Sports Program will hold its Clay Target Classic event on April 13, at which supporters will have the opportunity to compete with each other and shoot with members of Lindenwood’s national champion Shotgun Sports team.
Lindenwood University’s DECA team recently won four first-place awards at the Missouri state competition at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Lindenwood University’s high-definition student-run television station, LUTV, is launching a new program, Millennial Media, designed to spotlight the creative works of area high school and college students. The show debuts the week of March 13 with a new episode airing each week after.
Lindenwood University’s School of Arts, Media, and Communications will attend this year’s Wizard World Comic Con in St. Louis on April 7, 8, and 9, operating a booth with information on Lindenwood’s arts, media, and communications programs. Attendees will also have opportunities to win some fun Lindenwood gear.