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Saturday, April 20, 2019

Pull Up to the First: A Recap of Mass Communications Week

Aisja Cunningham Last week marked this year Mass Communications Week, an annual week dedicated to enhancing Lincoln University students knowledge on the field of Mass Communications. This year’s Mass Communications week consisted of LUCommuCon, a two-day event open to all majors that incorporated a variety of guest speakers, and two days dedicated to field...

DOPE FEST – Artist Reveal

https://youtu.be/0JDu3LbG-Mw The 2018-2019 Golden Age Student Government Association has been planning Spring Fling since the late weeks of December 2018. Spring fling is just another opportunity for students to engage with outside organizations, celebrities and a week of events to enjoy on campus. This years theme is “Dope...

For Lincoln By Lincoln Curl Fest

The 2018-2019 Student Government Association will be planning the first ever Curlfest for Students. This festival is is geared to individuals with Natural hair, there will be barbers, hair stylist, natural hair products and other vendors providing goods or services. During the event be sure to attend the Natural...

The Road to Miss CIAA

Miss CIAA Food Lion Feeds Ft. Tamia Casey Miss Lincoln University PA 2018-2019

“If You are Not Black Do Not Say It”

Black people’s use of the word “nigga” is controversial due to its derivation from the word “nigger,” which is a racial slur directed at black people. On one hand the word “nigger” is utilized as the ultimate insult that has oppressed African Americans for generations, and on the...

Why Do Students Not Want to be Bothered by Public Safety

Aisja Cunningham LINCOLN UNIVERSITY- Public Safety is present to ensure the safety and protection of Lincoln University’s campus. However, black students do not view police officers in general as their protectors; they view them as someone who harasses and criminalizes them. According to Lincoln...

Lincoln Lions living Longer

By: Gabrielle Powell Photographed by Gabrielle Powell How healthy are you? Yeah, that walk from The New to the cafe is a bit of a stretch but are you really living healthy? You’re probably thinking What does being healthy really even mean? To be in “good health” refers to being...

Lincoln Athletics: Activities for The Week

Lincoln University athletics, LU lions
This Week in Lincoln Athletics Week ending October 7, 2018     home events in bold    Monday, October 1, 2018   VOLLEYBALL:        Home vs. Virginia State University              6:00 p.m.                                                 MANUEL RIVERO HALL   Thursday, October 4, 2018   SOCCER:                  Home vs. University of Bridgeport              7:00 p.m.                                                 LIONS STADIUM      Saturday, October 6, 2018 CROSS COUNTRY:   at Cedric Walker HBCU Challenge                                          Great American Cross Country Festival                                                 Cary,...

LU alumnus featured on “The HBCU Podcast”

Jameer Pond, Lincoln University alumni, Lincoln University
Jameer Pond, a Lincoln University Mass Commuincations graduate was recently featured on Episode 36 of "The HBCU Podcast" discussing his HBCU experience at Lincoln University.  Jameer is a successful Media Personality, Content Creator, and a member of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.. Jameer's commentary has been featured on a number of great shows such as "The Grapevine, "Black Boy Joy", AOL's...

LU student interns in Regional Planning office

Jalen Scott Davis, Lincoln University
  by Tamia Coleman Lincoln University is an institution that is known for being the first historically black university, but it is also known for molding individuals into strong, well rounded, men and women. Jalen Scott-Davis is a rising sophomore at Lincoln University, hailing from the city of Philadelphia, with a dual major in business and economics. This past summer break, Jalen...
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