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Lincoln University’s President Talks Trump Meeting and “The Quad”
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Lincoln University’s President Talks Trump Meeting and “The Quad”

By Makeda White Lincoln University’s Interim President, Richard Green, will attend the upcoming meeting with the Trump Administration, congressional members and GOP lawmakers to discuss issues challenging the stability of HBCUs. The meeting will be held in the Library of Congress on Feb. 28, hosted by Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C) and Rep. Mark Walker (R-N.C) in attendance will be more than 100 HBCU leaders as well as various Republican Officials, according to the Charlotte Post. Green was convinced to attend the event after receiving an invitation from the Thurgood Marshall Foundation. “The Thurgood Marshall Foundation felt that it was important to have an opportunity to meet with the new republican administration” Green says, “…to understand what his plans are and what his legi...
Introducing The Students First Campaign
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Introducing The Students First Campaign

By: Alexandra E. Rainey The Lincoln University has created a movement called the “Students First Campaign.” “The Student’s First Campaign” was set in place to create funds for The Lincoln University to be able to provide prospective and current students with endowed scholarships, whether it be merit based or based on financial need of the students. The campaign was established to help any Lincoln lion or prospective Lincoln lion continue or began advancing their legacy at this institution. The goal is to make over $10 million dollars in proceeds so that scholarship money can be granted to various students in the next academic years. President Robert R. Jennings came up with the idea. In mid- December, he introduced his idea to the Board of Trustees and the Lincoln University fa...
Lincoln Honors Student Achievers
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Lincoln Honors Student Achievers

Asia A. Black The Lincoln University celebrated and acknowledged over 150 leaders within the Lincoln community at the Student Recognition Awards Convocation. This convocation took place on March 20 at 11 a.m. in the international cultural center’s auditorium. Students who were honored included student athletes, student leaders, endowed scholarship winners, resident advisors, students scholars and dean’s award winners. In order to be eligible for a dean’s award the student recipient had to be a graduating senior, and hold one of the five highest grade point averages in his or her respective college. The ceremony opened with an academic processional, a welcome to students, family, friends, professors, and others by The Lincoln University’s Vice President for Academic Affai...