LU curators host students for dialogue

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Student Government President Kenlyn Washington passes a microphone to former SGA President Falon Ensley while addressing the Lincoln University Board of Curators during Thursday's meeting in the Scruggs University Center Ballroom. Behind them, a group of students hold photos of Antoinette “Bonnie” Candia-Bailey, an alumna who served as vice president of student affairs until her suicide Jan. 8.
Ryan Pivoney/News Tribune Student Government President Kenlyn Washington passes a microphone to former SGA President Falon Ensley while addressing the Lincoln University Board of Curators during Thursday's meeting in the Scruggs University Center Ballroom. Behind them, a group of students hold photos of Antoinette “Bonnie” Candia-Bailey, an alumna who served as vice president of student affairs until her suicide Jan. 8.

Student body leaders spearheaded a dialogue Thursday with the Lincoln University Board of Curators, asking several questions related to the suicide of a campus administrator that prompted the board to place the university president on paid leave.