Lindenwood University special education major Haley Dix, 21, was featured Sunday evening, April 1, in a segment on KSDK-TV called “Making a Difference.”
Belleville wrestler Niauni Hill was named Athlete of the Week by the St. Louis American newspaper in recognition of her recent national championship.
Andrea Boyles, associate professor of criminal justice at Lindenwood University’s Belleville campus, was interviewed by the St. Louis American newspaper regarding her research and subsequent book on Meacham Park in Kirkwood, Mo.
History Professor Jeff Smith’s upcoming April 19 talk on the rural cemetery movement was included in an article on USAgNet.com. The talk is part of the St. Charles History Talks lecture series, which is put on by the Friends of the First Missouri State Capitol.
Lindenwood’s women’s basketball team was featured in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for its recent MIAA Championship in anticipation of its participation in the NCAA Division II tournament.
Lindenwood University Student and Presidential Ambassador Haley Choate was featured in a national online magazine produced for and by students called Study Breaks. In the article, she discusses her work with athletic apparel company Lululemon, why she chose Lindenwood, and her hopes for after graduation.
Terry Whittum, vice president for enrollment management, was interviewed for a recent St. Louis Business Journal story about Lindenwood’s increase in freshman applications over last year at this time.
MBA student Carlos Quiroz was featured in an article on the website for the sports radio station AM 590 The Fan for his work as a competitive athlete in billiards and weightlifting and as an active participant in the university’s Martial Arts Club.
Rene Knott, of KSDK TV, has done two pieces on Nicole Hensley and her family as part of his coverage from the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Hensley was a standout women’s hockey goalie with Lindenwood before joining the U.S. women’s hockey team, which won a world championship with Hensley before going to the Olympic games.
Rik Hafer, professor of economics in the Robert W. Plaster School of Business & Entrepreneurship, was quoted in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch business column about the significance of the United States’ budget deficit.