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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...
Fowler, Barnes crowned as Mr. and Miss Lincoln
Campus News

Fowler, Barnes crowned as Mr. and Miss Lincoln

By Timothy Alston The Lincolnian The new Mr. and Miss Lincoln thanked their families for helping them achieve success at Sunday's coronation, kicking off Homecoming Week. “Mom, you are it,” said Miss Lincoln Monique Barnes, of Baltimore, through tears, a smile and chuckles from the audience. “And I am it, because you are it.” Mr. Lincoln Dustin Fowler, of Philadelphia, credited his parents who were in the first row of the International Cultural Center theater. “Thank you, mom and dad, for always being the driving force behind me when I was ready to give up,” Fowler said. Coronation was a lively and energetic event with its theme of a 1950s diner. That era was brought to life with an array of music, poems and dance routines. The event opened with a picture collage of B...
The New Miss Lincoln University
Campus News

The New Miss Lincoln University

By Khadeem Hughson   Miss. Lincoln represented the university in the Black Alumni Hall of Fame Competition in Atlanta several weeks ago. For many there, she was simply one of the top 10 ranked Ms. HBCUs out 21 participants that competed in the pageant. But to Lincoln Lions, she may have looked a little bit differently than last you saw. Effective Aug. 30,  Alexis Morgan was elevated from the position of Miss. Legacy to Miss. Lincoln, a change and opportunity the ambitious senior relishes but was initially astonished by. “I was called into a conference with one faculty member and notified August 30th. I was in shock and complete disbelief!” Unfortunately for Morgan, she would have to shake off that feeling of awe, because her first order of business would be compe...