Lindenwood University will hold its annual Christmas walk on its St. Charles campus from 4 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 27. Featuring a variety of holiday sights, sounds, and activities, the event is free and open to the public.
Lindenwood University and SSM Health will expand an exclusive agreement that not only provides medical care to the largest Division II athletics program in the country, but also allows students access to educational programs within the Catholic, non-profit health system.
The redesigned Lindenwood University website, which launched Sept. 13, 2016, earned silver in the Website Features – Home Page category in the 11th annual W3 Awards.
Lindenwood University’s beloved mascot Leo the Lion won a mascot competition at Mid Rivers Mall on Oct. 29. The community event, called The Mascot Dance-Off, featured a competitive field of local mascots that included the St. Louis Cardinals mascot, Fredbird…
Every two years, Lindenwood’s Archaeology Department holds a summer field school so that its students can experience work in a real archaeology dig. The school two years ago was notable in that it succeeded in locating the site of a cabin that had been built and used by Louis Blanchette, the founder of St. Charles, Mo. This year, the group, headed by Anthropology Department Chair Steve Dasovich, sought to locate the site of St. Charles’ first church, which dates back to 1791.
Lindenwood University’s sixth annual Dark Carnival on Wednesday, Oct. 26, was the largest in the event’s history with more than 8,400 people in attendance.
Three of Lindenwood University’s senior anthropology majors have been selected for internships at local history attractions.
Playing in the first conference weekend of the Great Plains Collegiate Inline Hockey League (GPCIHL), roller hockey swept two games played October 22-23 at Midwest Sport Hockey in Ballwin, Missouri.
Five women's wrestlers placed in the top eight at the Blue Chip OCU Open October 21-22 at the Freede Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Lindenwood University alumnus Julius Damenz has won a College Emmy Award for his short film Infinite. Damenz, a native of Verden, Germany, wrote, directed, edited, and produced Infinite as his capstone film project as a digital cinema arts major in the spring of 2016.