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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Students Compete For ‘Number One Spot’

By Tiffaney Knight Lincoln University’s Student Government Association searched high and low for contestants to take part in the “Number One Spot” contest. The main requirement...

Lincoln Students Urged to ‘Hustle Hard’

By Alyson Robinson Reese Blair, president of the National Association of Black Accountants, NABA Philadelphia Chapter, urged Lincoln University students to stay focused during a special...

SGA Hosts Outrageous Orange and Blue Fridays

By Nandi Marshall With the new school year in full swing, the Student Government Association (SGA) has implemented a new idea to enhance the...

Rags to Riches A Cinderella Story

By. Regan Farley Homecoming 2011 kicks off tomorrow during the Mr & Miss Lincoln Coronation at 6pm in the International Cultural Center. The theme a Rags...

Social Fellowships Raise Awarness for Breast Cancer

By Lynn Shirley Lincoln University social fellowships Swing Phi Swing and Groove Phi Groove hosted a Breast Cancer Awareness fundraiser and walk, September 24, 2011...

Lincoln University Introduces Sisters Attempting Strong Success

By Alston Johnson There are over 50 clubs and organizations on Lincoln University’s campus, if students do not feel that they can comfortable with...

Lincoln Students Volunteer with GAIN

By Cerella Ferebee  On Saturday September 24th, a group of students visited the Global Aid Network center in Lancaster County Pa. for a day of...

Lincoln University Remembers Troy Davis

 By Ashley Broadbelt                          Lincoln University students joined together at the Mary Dodd Brown Memorial Chapel, last Wednesday, for a Vigilance of Justice in lieu...

NAACP Host Troy Davis Vigil

 By: Regan Farley  Troy Davis, 42, of Savannah, Ga. was convicted in 1989 for the murder of a Georgia Police Official.  Davis'  case  attracted national attention when seven out of...

Students React to Bowie State Stabbing

ByAlyson Robinson Classrooms, dormitories, and even dining halls were filled with anecdotes and intense conversation as students expressed disbelief and shock in response to the...
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