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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...
From An Emmy-winning Alumna: Nicole E. Webb
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From An Emmy-winning Alumna: Nicole E. Webb

Addressing the LINCOLN EXPERIENCE AND WHAT IT MEANS TO “GET WHAT YOU PUT IN” TO YOUR TIME AT LU by Nia A. Lassiter “I was 21, and I told my mom I’m going to DC for grad-school… I was told they were recruiting, I took a chance on myself… I interviewed, they hired me.”  – Nicole E. Webb ‘15   Many students begin to question the value of a Lincoln experience when they choose to listen to subjective ideas such as, “The Lincoln University does not put individuals in a position to thrive” or “going to an HBCU does not prepare you for the real world.” Ladies, and gentlemen, these are alternative facts; you get what you put in!        Living proof of pouring into your HBCU experience is Nicole E. Webb, a Lincoln Alumna ’15 who is an Emmy award- winning executive producer fo...
SACNAS REACHES LU CAMPUS
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SACNAS REACHES LU CAMPUS

by Jamila Jacob   One of the greatest elements of college and campus life is the opportunity for holistic student development within all programs and fields across an institution. This academic year, the Lincoln University campus has seen the formation of a new organization, the SACNAS chapter. The chapter, whose acronym stands for Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), has been introduced to the campus to give underrepresented STEM students the chance to maximize their college careers through various activities.    These include leadership programs, and the annual National Diversity in STEM Conference. In fact, it was through this conference in October of 2017, that Lincoln STEM student Bria Garcia was encoura...
Study Abroad: Attaining a wider perspective
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Study Abroad: Attaining a wider perspective

by Jamila Jacob   The ability to travel, both domestically and internationally, is one of the greatest privileges a human could have. Traveling, especially internationally is one of the most sought after and costliest leisure activities to exist. A great benefit to attending college, apart from having access to higher education, is having study abroad opportunities at one’s disposal. In fact, many students’ first travel experience might have been through a study abroad program at their institution. At Lincoln University of Pennsylvania, though a relatively small institution, there are countless opportunities to travel abroad to pursue college courses. Students have been to a variety of continents where they have visited countries like South Africa, Kenya, Spain, China, Ir...
First Male Initiative Session Held At LU
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First Male Initiative Session Held At LU

Tamia Coleman The weekend of March 23rd to March 25th, Jonathan Harris of Residence Life hosted the first annual “Lincoln University: Male Initiative.” The purpose of this initiative was to bring African American males together from the cities surrounding our campus that are either juniors or seniors in high school. They were assigned a host that resides in the all-freshman male dorm, McRary Hall. Their weekend consisted of different activities that aimed to mold them into college students and great men that are prepared to take on the real world. The students were even given the opportunity to learn many basic but practical skills, including how to change car tires. They also dined in the cafeteria with current students of the university, attended a party hosted by “People Standing Uni...
Jamila Jacob
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Jamila Jacob

Myself at Plaza de España, Sevilla, Spain My name is Jamila Jacob. I am 22 years old and I am currently a junior at Lincoln University of Pennsylvania where I major in Mass Communication, Spanish and French. I am also the current senior editor of the Lincolnian newspaper, and the current president of the Lincoln University Association of Black Journalists chapter (an NABJ affiliate). I hail from Trinidad and Tobago, a twin island state sandwiched between the English-speaking Caribbean and Latin America. My country is often referred to as “the land of oil and music” as we are a musical people fed by an oil-based economy. I consider myself a cultural enthusiast as I do love to learn new things about culture and customs, especially elements of language, arts and cuisine. Being at Lincoln Un...
Kinoia Fredericksen
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Kinoia Fredericksen

  My name is Kinoia Fredericksen and I am a current junior at Lincoln University double majoring in Strategic Mass Communications and Political Science. I was gracious enough this year to be a part of a study abroad program that will allow me and several classmates to immerse in Jamaican life and culture. I have spent my entire life in the St. Croix, United States Virgin Islands where I was able to be exposed to travel at an early age. This fueled my dreams of traveling to European countries such as Germany, Denmark, and Greece. Ever since I had the ability to board an airplane I have been able to leave my island and explore other states and Caribbean islands. As a child, I would often take family vacations to Orlando, FL or Tampa, FL where I was able to experience water parks and ...
Destiny Williams
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Destiny Williams

Hello, My name is Destiny Williams, I am a freshman here at Lincoln University, pursuing a degree in Mass Communications and Business Management and here is my travel biography. To begin, I would like to call myself an inexperienced traveler. The idea of traveling to different places excites me. However, I am yet to travel outside of the country or to many other regions of the country besides the south. So far, I have explored Florida, Louisiana, Tennessee, Michigan, Alabama, Georgia, and Pennsylvania. Although I have only traveled to these locations so far, I plan to explore more of the world and to become more culturally diverse in the years to come.  I have goals set to travel to New York, California, Puerto Rico, Dubai, France, London, the Dominican Republic, and Jamaica. I am...
Avyanna King
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Avyanna King

Avyanna King Places I’ve been: I have a very short “previously traveled” list but to name a few I have been to Houston,TX, Charlotte, North Carolina, and Orlando, Florida. Places I would like to go to: Honestly, with such little travel experience under my belt, I would love to go just about ANYWHERE, but for the sake of this article I would name Australia, Barcelona, and Jamaica as my top three travel destinations that I hope to visit in my near future. Why Jamaica for study Abroad? Jamaica is somewhere I have wanted to visit since I was little girl. I would hear stories from friends and family who have actually been there. They would always tell me about how beautiful it is, not only visual imagery, but about the beauty in the culture and the people as well. The experience of getti...
Brianna Williams
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Brianna Williams

My name is Brianna Williams and I am a 21 year old Philadelphia native. Unlike many people where I come from, I have done a lot of traveling. As a child, my parents made it their priority to make sure that I was exposed to places other than Philadelphia. Starting from when I was 6, we traveled up and down the east coast every year. My first trip was to Disney world in Orlando, Florida. We drove 15 hours there and of course we took a few tourists stops along the way. We stayed at this amazing condo for about a week while we visited various amusement parks and landmarks. The next year my mother decided to take us back so that I could finally experience the “big kid” rides and I was so excited! This time we only stayed there for 4 days. My next trip was to Virginia, where we visited Busch Gar...