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Tuesday, Sep 14, 2021
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Lincoln University partners with Scholly

Lincoln University is teaming up with Scholly to offer undergraduate students access to Scholly’s top-ranked scholarship matching app.

Thursday, Sep 09, 2021
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Beyoncé and JAY-Z Partner with Tiffany & Co. to Donate $2 Million to HBCUs

Lincoln University is among the five HBCUs selected to be a part of the About Love scholarship

Wednesday, Sep 08, 2021
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Lincoln scholars honored by White House HBCU Initiative

Local HBCU scholars including two Lincoln University students were named 2021 HBCU Competitiveness Scholars by the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities. 

Monday, Aug 16, 2021
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Xavier now principal of the UrbanPromise School in Wilmington

Dionne Xavier ’99 has been appointed principal of the UrbanPromise School in Wilmington, Delaware.

Monday, Jul 26, 2021
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Lincoln University to Co-host Inaugural Mid-Atlantic Underground Railroad Conference

The University's Center for the Study of the Underground Railroad and Voices Underground to host the inaugural Seeking Freedom: The Underground Railroad in the Mid-Atlantic Conference.

Monday, Jul 12, 2021
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Fall 2021 Return to Campus

Please see the latest update from President Allen and Fall 2021 Frequently Asked Questions.

Tuesday, Jun 22, 2021
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Alumnus selected for the Cleveland Institute of Music’s Future of Music Faculty Fellowship

Khyle Wooten '12 has been selected for the Cleveland Institute of Music’s Future of Music Faculty Fellowship, a career development initiative that will engage 35 Black and Latinx music professionals who are pursuing or considering academic careers. 

Monday, Jun 21, 2021
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The history of Juneteenth

Dr. Nafeesa Muhammad, Professor of History at Lincoln University of Pennsylvania tells the story of Juneteenth, why it's celebrated in the United States and why it's taken so long to be recognized as a national holiday.

Monday, Jun 07, 2021
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HBCU Community Development Action Coalition Awarded $5.6 Million from  the Wells Fargo Foundation to Address Racial Wealth Disparities at Lincoln University 

Over the next three years, OMM will expand to 25 HBCU and Minority Serving Institution campuses across the U.S.

Monday, Jun 07, 2021
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Michael Eric Dyson gives keynote address at Lincoln's 2021 commencement
"In Dyson’s lyrical style, he recited lines from songs ranging from Barbra Streisand to Christopher “Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace and from The Temptations to fellow Lincoln honoree Percy “Master P” Miller."
 

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