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The Hut
Campus News, Pop Culture/Lifestyle

The Hut

By: Tasha Saint- Louis Here at Lincoln University, students are encouraged to push envelopes and create their own legacies. Students have been able to create organizations, organize forums or political discussions, build traditions, and even develop businesses. One of the growing businesses on campus is a thrift store named “The HUT.” Owned and managed by graduating senior Tyler Murray, the store holds a variety of trendy clothing and accessories for students to sift through and ‘thrift.’ The HUT began getting notoriety after it opened last semester after being in the works for years. When Murray first arrived to Lincoln as a freshman, she believed that the campus would have more options for students to enjoy themselves and found herself disappointed. In thinking of how to bring s...
Mass Comm Week 2017 Recap
Campus News

Mass Comm Week 2017 Recap

By Tasha Saint-Louis The week of March 20th to March 24th was the 4th Annual Mass Communications Week at Lincoln University’s Mass Communications Department. Filled with events and networking opportunities, students were able to come together and experience the many avenues they can take with a Mass Communications degree. The eventful week opened Monday with an inside look into the major on its first day. There was a ‘Mass Comm Minors Fair’ that allowed students interested in minoring in Mass Communications to gather intel and information about how to do so. Following the fair, there was a gathering hosted by Dr. Nicole Files-Thompson, Interim Chair of the department, held for all current and prospective Mass Communications students to discuss changes in the program and the requirement...
4th Annual Mass Comm Week
Campus Academic Affairs, Campus News

4th Annual Mass Comm Week

"Positioning For Power" By: Alana Hudson Midterms are over and it’s about that time we start recognizing our majors in a different light. Brace yourselves mass comm gang this is the week for you to go out with a bang. Mar 20th- 24th will be filled of guest speakers that have succeeded in our field of study. So here are some footnotes to prepare you on what to expect from this week and whom you should be expecting. Monday will be a few things to expect but you can’t miss the “Views from the View”, hosted by our very own Nicole Webb. This event is a panel discussion from a various amount of Lincoln alumni; they’ll keep it real with how Lincoln has prepared them and how their success came about after graduation. Tuesday, Ron Martin an anchorman at WGAL will bless your presence...
Guess Who’s Coming To…
Campus Academic Affairs, Campus News

Guess Who’s Coming To…

Just a quick heads up of who is coming to Lincoln for Mass Comm week. The following bios are in chronological order of who are guest speakers are! Use this as your saving grace to educate yourself before attending these events. Ron Martin  Ron Martin has been vital member of the News 8 team since 1983. He rose through the ranks to become its main weeknight news anchor in 2000, now anchoring News 8 at 5, the Emmy award winning News 8 at 6, News 8 at 10 on This TV, WGAL 8.2, and News 8 at 11. Ron is a York native who began his career in broadcast journalism as a desk assistant at NBC News in Washington, DC. After graduating from Howard University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications, he returned home to the Susquehanna Valley to work as a reporter and news announcer ...
LU African Students Association: The Relevance Of A Regional Organization
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LU African Students Association: The Relevance Of A Regional Organization

By: Constance Ebienfa When students attend college in a foreign location; a home affiliated association is always necessary, whether regional, national or as specific as it can be. Lincoln University has been no stranger to this tradition. Over the years, the university has been home to associations like the Caribbean students association, African students association, the DMV (District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia) association and more. While some of these associations have lasted since they were founded, others have existed multiple times independent of the previous. The African Student Association (ASA) is a new regional organization that was started in the fall of 2016 and is still growing. While this is not the first ASA that has existed on the LU campus, all the vario...
The 6th Man Has Spirit, What About You?
Campus News, Sports, Views from the U

The 6th Man Has Spirit, What About You?

By: Tasha Saint-Louis If you have attended any recent sports events on Lincoln’s campus, you’ll notice that there is a new dynamic to the student section. Next to the band, you will see a sea of orange and blue chanting, jumping, and cheering more than the rest. What sets them apart from the rest of the students? A little something called school spirit. A newly formed organization on campus, The 6th Man is more than just a section; it represents a change in the game experience on campus. Per the organization’s adviser, Tiffani Brown, “The 6th Man is [essentially] a spirit campaign designed to shift the overall culture here at Lincoln.” The organization’s president Kenneth Faulcon, knew that the organization’s introduction to the campus would work best during basketball se...
Malcolm X’s top Aide Visits Lincoln; speaks on Life with Malcolm
Campus News, Notable LU Alumni

Malcolm X’s top Aide Visits Lincoln; speaks on Life with Malcolm

By: Lorel Durant and Alex Oates Abdullah H. Razzaq Malcolm X’s top aide, formerly known as James Warden or James 67X returned to his alma matter Lincoln University Monday for a two day visit. Students and faculty were invited to the forum toask questions and listen to his historical experences. On March 8 Doctor Melvin Leaman of the Philosophy and Religion Department held a forum for Razzaq offering background information of his past experiences with Malcolm X, Lincoln University, and his religious beliefs. On March 9th Doctor Zizwe Poe held another forum entitled “Brothers Perspectives on Malcolm X”. Poe questioned Razzaq on the mood of the community after Malcolm’s assassination and Razzaq also mentioned white supremacy in American culture. “He was a very inspiring man and...
Fredrick Douglas Hall wins 2nd Annual Non-Greek Step Show
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Fredrick Douglas Hall wins 2nd Annual Non-Greek Step Show

By Nicole Webb In Student Life & Development’s 2nd Annual Non-Greek Step Show, entitled “Wild & Crazy Kids,” all male freshman dorm Fredrick Douglass Hall took home the winning title. The freshman boys of Fredrick Douglas Hall were led by step coach Maalik Murphy of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc., Epsilon Epsilon Chapter. “It’s an amazing feeling that the judges finally saw the hard work that our team put in. Last year, we weren’t so lucky…but this year they did and…it’s an amazing feeling,” said Murphy. The step show, hosted by senior Marshayla Kinsel and sophomore Kyle Kelly, also included all female freshman dorm Lorraine Hansberry Hall lead by Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship Inc., all female freshman dorm Ashmun Hall lead by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., and upper...
Cleared Graduation List a Shocker
Campus Academic Affairs, Campus News

Cleared Graduation List a Shocker

By: Rickea Cohen   With graduation slowly approaching, scheduled for May 10, 2013, seniors should be aware of all the requirements they must fill to properly be ready to walk across the stage. Recently a list from the office of the registrar was sent to seniors to inform them if they were cleared. The list had over 150 No’s and under 100 Yes’s and students must get clearance if they expect to graduate on May 10th or even in December. On April 10 senior salute was scheduled to help seniors know if they were cleared to receive their cap and gown. Seniors must report to the office of financial aid, the bursar’s office, the dean of their department and the office of the registrar to know if they have filled all their necessary requirements and paperwork. An unpaid balan...
Summer Classes to be held in Philly
Campus Academic Affairs

Summer Classes to be held in Philly

By: Rickiea Cohen Information regarding summer undergraduate and grad courses was recently sent to students through the Office of the Registrar to allow students to choose if they will enroll in these courses that will be at Lincoln University and/or in Philadelphia at the Graduate center. Summer courses will begin on Monday, May 20 with the last day to withdraw which will be Fri, May 24. Harren Holmes, Junior will be taking summer undergraduate courses this year and stated “ I currently live in Jersey city which is not too far from Philadelphia, It will save me a lot of money just to stay home and commute to the summer courses, so that is way better for me.” Catherine Rutledge the University Registrar and Interim director of Institutional research recently informed student...