Lincoln U. board votes to reinstate president Brenda Allen
The Lincoln University Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Thursday to negotiate a new contract for university president Brenda Allen.
Lincoln, Cheyney share $3M award in COVID-19 relief
State Rep. Stephen Kinsey, D-Philadelphia, said the funds serve to fill some of the racial and economic gaps historically found in education.
Judge orders Lincoln U. to reinstate ousted prez Brenda Allen
Judge William P. Mahon Jr. ordered the board to cancel the special meeting it had planned for July 31 and instead schedule a new meeting for Aug. 6.
Lincoln University’s Board of Trustees schedules new vote on president’s contract
The board scheduled the new meeting after a Chester County judge ordered a stay of its previous vote to remove Brenda Allen from her post.
AG Shapiro sues Lincoln U.’s trustees over president’s ouster
In the lawsuit, the AG’s office asks the court to declare the board of trustees’ vote “invalid” and nullify any actions that would result from the vote.
Pa. AG Shapiro, alumni question Lincoln University’s decision to not renew president’s contract
Board members said why some sought to remove Brenda Allen from her post, or explained why several members were not allowed to vote in the meeting.
Lincoln University won’t renew president Brenda Allen’s contract
By Chanel Hill Lincoln University’s Board of Trustees voted 14-7 Friday not to extend the employment contract for university president Brenda Allen. The vote came a little before 10 p.m., after a nearly four-hour executive session. The board will seek an interim president to lead the university. Board members declined to comment after the vote […]
Cheyney, Lincoln universities release fall reopening plans
The region's three historically Black universities have released their plans for the upcoming 2020 fall semester.
Higher education is a partnership between school and student — especially now | Anwar Curtis
There are plenty of challenges as graduating seniors make the leap to college life. University officials have a responsibility to help them navigate it.
Lincoln grad will get her moment in ESPN’s virtual ‘HBCU Day’
Jordyn Adams, of Pittsburgh, is one of 22 “ambassadors” from HBCUs across the country who are expected to participate in HBCU Day.
Lincoln cancels face-to-face classes; Cheyney extends spring break
Lincoln began emptying out its dormitories on Wednesday. The university will shut them down — for the remainder of the semester — by Sunday.