Posts Tagged ‘Lindenwood’
With paper-and-binder books taking up shelves and collecting dust, it’s time for them to go — these days students learn in more collaborative ways and through systems involving modern technology. Are books gone forever? No, they’re just online.
Photo by Madelyn Shotton
These paperback books are slowly exiting the library. More than 30,000 volumes are being removed. Today, the library faculty and staff members work each day cycling through each book to determine what to keep and what to say goodbye to.
Summers have become busier and busier as students apply for jobs and internships that compete for their leisure time. Those jobs have much more meaning than what meets the eye. They also help students know what they want to do in the future.
The staff at Lindenwood University get together to form an old school pyramid to share with corporate during summer 2018. The staff at this camp was the largest in the Midwest region, reaching a total of 500 campers during that week.