The Hammond Institute’s Liberty & Ethics Center at Lindenwood University will present on Nov. 2 a forum aimed at reforming Missouri’s criminal justice system. Fittingly titled Left, Right, & Center, the forum will include local and state government office holders from both sides of the political spectrum, police officials, and representatives from organizations like the ACLU, the NAACP, and the Charles Koch Foundation.
The Lindenwood University Department of Dance will present its annual fall production on the main stage of the Lindenwood Theater in the J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts on Nov. 5-7 at 7:30 p.m. General admission is $10.
The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) will hold its Midwest Regional Conference at Lindenwood University Nov. 13-14. T.C. Cummings, a motivational speaker and former Navy SEAL, will be the keynote speaker on Saturday, Nov. 14, and will speak about participants’ “mental game.” Don Melrose, PhD and CSCS, will host the conference at the Spellmann Campus Center.
The Natalie Cole Concert, Holiday & Hits, scheduled for Dec. 12, has been cancelled due to a medical procedure and subsequent hospital stay by Cole. Starting Oct. 19, the J. Scheidegger Center’s box office staff will begin contacting ticket holders to arrange for refunds or exchanges as requested.
Lindenwood University’s Theatre Department will present a production of Legally Blonde: The Musical at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 29-31 in the Broadway-style Lindenwood Theater.
Lindenwood University System President Michael D. Shonrock removed the interim title Wednesday from Dr. Brett Barger and appointed Barger president of the Lindenwood University-Belleville campus. Barger had been serving as interim president since August 1.
The Dark Carnival – a Lindenwood University Resident Director Association (LURDA)-led, Halloween-themed party – will return for its sixth year on campus Oct. 28 from 7-11 p.m. The event is free to University students and members of the St. Charles community.
Fall 2015 marked a season of new beginnings for Lindenwood Belleville as a Lindenwood alumnus, Dr. Brett Barger (’93, ’98, and ’14), became the second president in campus history.
Peter Carlos, professor of digital cinema arts, will soon join the prestigious ranks of Lindenwood University’s Fulbright scholars: Ray Scupin, Michael Castro, Sue Tretter, and Ryan Guffey.
Lindenwood Belleville former head athletic trainer, Bill Dill, has been named the NAIA Athletic Trainer of the Year, as announced on Tuesday by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Dill was at the helm of the athletic training staff since the inception of the athletic program in 2009, and was given the task of building his own department. In just six years, Dill has taken this athletic training department and staff to heights unparalleled.