Lincoln Lion

Lincoln Lion Magazine - Spring 2019

The Lincoln University magazine is a biannual publication that highlights interesting stories about alumni, campus events, and programs & services.  It also features recurring sections Lions at Rest and Class Notes.

The spring edition is mailed in March; content is due January 15. The fall edition is mailed in September; content is due July 15.

Take a moment to share your story, update your mailing address, or visit the archives.

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Look for these recurring sections in every issue of the Lion magazine

Lions at Rest

Lincoln University honors our alumni, their immediate family, and current or former employees through Lions at Rest. Please email us at with the deceased’s full name and a link to the online obituary, if available. For alumni, include their graduation year. For employees, include their current or former Lincoln job title. For immediate family of alumni, include the alumni’s full name and graduation year, and the deceased’s relationship to the alumni.  

Class Notes

Send us your news for The Lion. In each edition of the Lion alumni magazine, we have a section called Class Notes. Do you have something exciting to report to your fellow alumni? Have you changed careers, been promoted, attained further education, retired or expanded your family?

Class Notes Publication Policy: Lincoln University accepts submissions of news and professional achievements or personal milestones for inclusion in the Class Notes section of the Lincoln Lion. Digital photos should be 300 dpi, JPG or TIFF format and at least 3x5 inches. The University reserves complete editorial rights to all content submitted for Class Notes, and posts and publishes listings as timely a fashion as possible, as space permits. Reasonable steps are taken to verify the accuracy of the information submitted, but the University cannot guarantee the accuracy of all submissions. Publication of achievement or milestones does not constitute endorsement by Lincoln University.


Due to space limitations, not all content submitted to the Lion will be published. Submissions are subject to an editorial review process that may include length reduction, cropping or rejection of submitted material if it is unsuitable.