Tuesday, January 18

Campus News

A Campus in Crisis: Let’s Talk About Mental Health
Campus News, The LU-411, Views from the U, Words from Students

A Campus in Crisis: Let’s Talk About Mental Health

By Takyah Rivers Across the campus and throughout the entire student body, there has been a distinctive lackadaisical energy, and even professors are starting to notice. This is not just a case of “senioritis." From students who excel academically to those who struggle are finding it hard to find their motivation. A great number of students are currently experiencing burnout midway through the semester. Usually when student burnout occurs it is because of outstandingly high physical, mental, and or emotional demands. It is common for this to appear during the end of the semester when finals are coming up. The issue is this has been happening for the majority of the semester. The leading factors besides the regular going to classes and completing assignments could be COV...
Mold Infestation In Apartment Style Living Residence Hall
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Mold Infestation In Apartment Style Living Residence Hall

By: Nina Clinton In early September more and more people who live in the Apartment Style Living often referred to as “The New” started noticing the infestation of mold in the ceiling and air vents. As more residents started to look in their vents more people started to see mold.  Within buildings, multiple group chats raised the concern about the mold, and seeing as how Community Advisors couldn’t do much they just directed all students to physical plant. Some rooms were worse than others but almost every single room in the building had mold.  Brian Dubenion who is the Dean of Students entered the residence hall group chats to ensure all the residents that the matter is being taken seriously and that it would be handled. An outside company, Serve Pro, contracted by Linc...
DOPE FEST – Artist Reveal
Campus News, Pop Culture/Lifestyle

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 Fest” SGA plans to incorporate a California vibe and culture to the campus. SGA is looking forward to having Hip-Hop artist City Girls, and G herbo. Headline this years concert with support from rising African artist Burna boy, as well as R&B sensation Lucky Daye to take part in a campus concert and after party. There is plenty more to expect, but for now mark your calendars for April 1-7, 2019.
For Lincoln By Lincoln Curl Fest
Campus News, Pop Culture/Lifestyle

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 Hair break out session, there will be hair care tips, free samples and salon styles giving out there tips about taking care of natural hair. This event is scheduled to take place in the Wellness cafeteria doors will open at at 5:00pm EST on Friday, February 15, 2019.
The Road to Miss CIAA
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The Road to Miss CIAA

The Road to Miss CIAA Every year our Miss Lincoln University is granted the opportunity to run for Miss CIAA. This annual competition allow our campus royalty to compete for a crown against 45 other HBCU Queens. For the past 3 years Lincoln’s queen has been 2nd runner up, this year our Miss Lincoln Tamia Casey feels that she can break that mold and bring us home the title as Miss CIAA. Miss CIAA Food Lion Feeds Ft. Tamia Casey Miss Lincoln University PA 2018-2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsm30q_O6Vk&t=8s This competition is comprised of several applications, essays, and interviews before even being considered for the position. Once given the greenlight campus queens have 30 days to accumulate the most amount of votes. Throughout various social media platforms, t...
Why Do Students Not Want to be Bothered by Public Safety
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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 University’s website, its main campus is patrolled by armed, sworn Police Officers commissioned by the Pennsylvania Municipal Police Officers Education & Training Commission. The Department of Public Safety provides services of prevention, detection, and investigation of criminal and non-criminal incidents. As a historically black institution, we must acknowledge the social justice issue that black millennials have with police presence as it relates to our university. Due to thei...
Lincoln Athletics: Activities for The Week
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Lincoln Athletics: Activities for The Week

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, North Carolina                         Men:   9:30 a.m.         Women:  10:05 a.m.   FOOTBALL:              at Virginia Union Univ...
LU alumnus featured on “The HBCU Podcast”
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LU alumnus featured on “The HBCU Podcast”

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 "Build Brunch"-just to name a few! As an alumnus, Jameer was a participant and one of the curators of the Mass Communications Alumni Panel during the 2017 Lincoln University Homecoming season. Let's celebrate our amazing alumus, Jameer Pond!   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnFrR57GFe0 To check out the podcast ,please visit Itunes and Google Play stores and download The HBCU Podcast.​...
LU student interns in Regional Planning office
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LU student interns in Regional Planning office

  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 took on the opportunity of a lifetime. He was an intern in the office of Contracts and Purchasing at the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission in Philadelphia! We decided to reach out to Jalen to get some insight on his experience by asking him a few questions…   What was your duty during your involvement with this company? It was my job to prepare contract and purchasi...