To football, or not to football?
by contributing writer Chris Graves. ————————————- A spectre is haunting Lee – the spectre of football. It is drifting its way through campus, ethereal and evasive. Everyone knows of it, but no one knows what it looks like. It has, for the most part, kept a surreptitiously low profile: that is, until we hear a ghastly whisper that says “$10Read the Rest…
A Cleveland Christmas – starting the celebrations before heading home for the holidays
Whether your Christmas tree has been up since Halloween or you don’t start singing “Joy to the World” until after Thanksgiving, check out the festivities Cleveland is offering this season.
Former sweatshop worker speaks in Church Street Annex
Students filed into the pews of the Church Street Annex on Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. to listen to a former sweatshop worker tell about her experience.
Lee students dress in blackface for Greek event, draw mixed reactions
Two female students dressed in blackface for a club’s party last Tuesday, upsetting a portion of Lee’s student body after pictures were posted on social media sites. Blackface is dark theatrical makeup used to make the wearer look like they have black skin. Historically, white performers used the makeup to portray black characters. The shows often depicted black people inRead the Rest…
Flames and Lady Flames honor Jack Souther with basketball Classic
The Lee University basketball teams honored the late Women’s Basketball, Golf and Softball Head Coach Jack Souther with the annual Jack Souther Classic.
Leetinos seek to add Hispanic flavor to campus
The recently revamped Leetinos Club gains numbers this semester, and hopes to be able to reach a wider demographic of students as years go on.