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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Fashion show supports LGBT awareness

By Chanel Watson The Lincolnian The third annual Walk for Awareness fashion show featured performances to support LGBT History Month. The "We Are 1" student group organized the...

Change Starts Now

Marvin Gregg They always say,  “Be the change that you wish to see in the world”.       The coordinator of Student life and Development Tiffani Brown...

LU Football Player Prepares for His Future

By Cerella Ferebee Twenty- two year old Daron Jones expects winning a respectable season. During last Saturday’s game The Battle of the First, against Cheyney...

Lincoln Hosts Prospective Students During Open House

By Alexandria Rainey The Lincoln University held it’s annual spring open house. The admissions office and other Lincoln students hosted the event. Spring open house included...

What’s Next for Lions Athletics?

By: Michael Howard The Lincoln University athletics department has gone through some new changes, especially pertaining to their athletic building and even some administrative changes....

Walk, forum raise awareness of AIDS risk at Lincoln

By Bryana Byrd The Lincolnian Zeta Omega Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta raised awareness of AIDS and HIV through the “AIDS Walk for Awareness” at The...

Wellness Center Hours, Inconvenient?

By Frantasia Walden Gerald Garlic, Director of the Health and Wellness Center, works from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., which is also the hours of...

Breaking: Winter Storm Nemo may hit Lincoln University area

By Bilal Key A major snowstorm is schedule to hit the area -- in time for Founder's weekend. Beginning Friday, Lincoln University could be hit with...

Students encouraged to ‘go green,’ plant gardens on campus

By Chanel Watson The Lincolnian Students were encouraged in this week's convocation to make The Lincoln University campus a more eco-friendly community by conserving energy and...

Board of Trustees Meeting Addresses Campus Concerns

 By Khendall Beale    This past Saturday, 20 trustee members and a group of over 20 students, alumni, and faculty members packed the state-of-the-art board...
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