On May 25th Lindenwood University will be hosting a registration event at their Dunseth Auditorium.
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Friday, May 3, 2013
Lori Knight called Lindenwood University Wednesday and told an operator her brother planned to bomb the campus that evening, but did not give her name or her brother's name, St. Charles Police said.
A Lindenwood University student phoned in a bomb threat because she wasn’t ready for class that evening, St. Charles Police said. Lori Knight, 38, of the 5500 block of Lansdowne Avenue in South St. Louis, was charged Thursday with making a terrorist threat. St. Charles Police said Knight called Lindenwood University’s St. Charles campus Wednesday with a blocked telephone number and told an operator that her brother planned to bomb the university that evening. St. Charles Police determined there was no credible threat to students. The university’s telecommunications department contacted Charter Phone Company and retrieved the blocked telephone number, according to court records. The number matched Knight’s telephone number on her student …
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The alleged assault occurred in student housing in the 1000 block of Powell Street.
A Lindenwood student reported a sexual assault in a university-owned home in the 1000 block of Powell Street, Fox 2 News reports. The alleged assault was reported at 2:46 a.m. on Sunday morning. The age of the victim, a woman, was unknown. No suspects are in custody at this time. Calls to Lindenwood University's public relations office for further information were referred to St. Charles Police Department.
Monday, April 29, 2013
St. Charles County Sheriff's Department officials said Timothy Sean McDonough found the unlocked vehicle with the keys in the ignition and a debit card inside.
A Lindenwood University student stole a car while walking back to campus after a night of drinking with friends on Main Street, St. Charles County Sheriff’s Department officials said. Timothy Sean McDonough, 19, of Belton, was charged Friday with tampering with a motor vehicle and fraudulent use of a credit device. A St. Charles County Sheriff's deputy reported McDonough was walking back to campus from a bar on Main Street at about 1:30 a.m. on Feb. 20 when he realized he was lost. McDonough told police he panicked because it was getting cold, so he checked a 2009 GMC Yukon to see if it was unlocked. The vehicle was unlocked and the keys were in the ignition. He also found a debit card in the car, so he drove to Steak ‘n Shake at 5534 St. …
Friday, April 12, 2013
Famous St. Louis rapper Nelly will present this year's Black and White Ball scholarships at Lindenwood University today on the college's St. Charles campus.
Nelly, one of St. Louis' most famous personalities and Grammy Award-winning rapper, will be at Lindenwood University today to hand out a pair of scholarships to local students. According to a Lindenwood release, Nelly is presenting local high school students Charles Fraction and Naa'na Wilson with this year's Black and White Ball scholarships. The scholarship is a four-year, full-tuition award and is open to all incoming first-year student who meet Lindenwood admission requirements and demonstrate academic success, leadership and financial need, the release said. More from the release: Fraction currently attends Elsberry High School in Elsberry, and plans to major in graphic design at Lindenwood. Wilson attends Jennings High School in …
Friday, March 22, 2013
Colleges partner to open a Center for Nursing and Allied Health Sciences at the former Barat Academy building in Dardenne Prairie. Lindenwood will offer an RN to BSN completion degree starting in the fall.
Students seeking to complete their bachelor's degree in nursing will have another option for school in St. Charles County starting this August. Lindenwood University and St. Charles Community College have partnered to open the Center for Nursing and Allied Health Sciences at the former Barat Academy building in Dardenne Prairie. Lindenwood University will offer an RN (Registered Nurse) to BSN (Bachelors of Science in Nursing) degree program at the Center. Students enrolled in the Associates Degree in Nursing program at St. Charles Community College will be able to apply for early admission to Lindenwood University and take a few bachelors degree courses before officially getting their license. From there, students can transfer to …
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Event is being held in honor of student Sean Murray and his family members who have a rare blood disorder.
For a second year, Lindenwood University will host a bone marrow donor drive in honor of student Sean Murray, who has a rare blood disorder. Murray and his three brothers have Diamond-Blackfan Anemia, in which the bone marrow does not make red blood cells, and need to find matching bone marrow donors. Last year, the university's event registered 568 people at Lindenwood and 11 were contacted as possible matches for other people on the national waiting list, said David Mathias, president of the Lindenwood Student Government Association in a press release. This year, the donor drive will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 14 at the Spellmann Campus Center. Donors will complete paperwork and the inside of their cheek will be swabbed. …
Monday, March 11, 2013
Brett McMillan will host a program on the all sports talk station.
Brett McMillan, a student at Lindenwood University, won a 101 ESPN Radio contest to find a new weekend host, beating out more than 170 competitors who auditioned over the past few weeks in events held at SIUE-Edwardsville. “When this started, we would have been really happy with any of the final eight– and most of the rest of the sixteen finalists," Sterlng said in a station press release. "In Brett, we think we have found exactly what this competition was designed to find – a host that is really good today, will be better down the road, and someone we would not have found otherwise.” According to the station, McMillan's program will begin in April.
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Undergraduate students will pay $22,940 a year.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Undergraduate students will pay $22,940 a year.
Traditional undergraduate students will see tuition, room and board and fees raise by $760 at Lindenwood University in the fall. Students will pay $22,940 a year, a 3.4 percent increase over last year's rate for tuition, room and board and fees $22,180, according to a press release. The increase was approved at Friday's Board of Directors meeting. The increase is due to rising operating costs, In addition, students in other programs will see cost increases. Undergraduate students in the accelerated evening program will pay $3,186 a quarter and graduate students in the program will pay $3,852 a quarter. The average increase for private nonprofit colleges and universities that publish their tuition rates was 3.9 percent for the 2012-13 …