Lindenwood University-Belleville’s head basketball coach Scott Spinner announces the inaugural season of summer basketball camps to be held on the Belleville campus, 2600 W. Main St.
Students in Derek Dadian-Smith’s Game Theory and Design class recently stepped out of the classroom to explore career options at area game development studios in order to give them a glimpse of life after college.
Lindenwood’s new Barnes and Noble College bookstore is now open on the St. Charles campus.
The Historic Daniel Boone Home and surrounding property in Defiance is on the verge of becoming a St. Charles County park with a donation from Lindenwood University. Lindenwood, which has owned the home and property since 1998, is gifting nearly 300 acres to the people of St. Charles County.
Lindenwood University-Belleville President Brett Barger today revealed a new lynx logo to the campus community at a celebration hosted in the Lindenwood Auditorium.
Lindenwood University will host its inaugural SCORE Small Business Day at the Collinsville Extension Center, 1101 Eastport Plaza Dr., Tuesday, May 3 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The Lindenwood University-Belleville Criminal Justice Department will host the 2016 Mind, Body and Soul Symposium Friday, April 29, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on campus, 2600 W. Main St., Belleville.
Lindenwood University named Jennifer Johnson the Easton Award winner and Adam Peth the Sibley Award winner at the 2016 Honors Convocation on April 24 in the J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts.
Mrs. Rauch’s impact was even broader. She was involved in a critical decision to save the institution from ruin. That decision was the foundation for the flourishing Lindenwood of today.
Dimon Paige, a senior majoring in public relations and corporate communications, is one of just 50 in the country named a Most Promising Multicultural Student for 2016 by the American Advertising Federation. Paige, 21, of Kansas City, was the only student from Missouri named to the group.