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After the final horn blares the roaring cheers fade into complete silence for the last time. The bright lights eventually give way to darkness. Sports seasons come to an end, and win or lose the fans will leave and return to the routines of their lives as if nothing has changed.

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The hours dragged by, the minutes ticked down and the clock hit zero. The crowd cheered and the players celebrated; they had shattered a world record.

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Humans of Lee is an ongoing project where we meet Lee students and faculty in their favorite places and discover more about the unique people, cultures and experiences that make up our diverse campus.

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The student-athlete is something that is gradually fading away. Instead of having athletes stay four years and get a degree, some college athlete's only stay for a couple of years and go professional. It is rare that a school focuses on the student as much as the athlete.

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Last week, Mexican citizens and international onlookers watched in fear as Hurricane Patricia barreled towards the Western coast of Mexico. Before touching down, meteorologists ranked Patricia as a Category 5 hurricane, with winds of up to 200 miles per hour. Scientists warned that damage fr…

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Humans of Lee is an ongoing project where we meet Lee students and faculty in their favorite places and discover more about the unique people, cultures and experiences that make up our diverse campus.

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This past weekend, Netflix released its new feature film 'Beasts of No Nation.' Written and directed by 'True Detective' season one director Cary Fukunaga, it tells the story of a child soldier, played by Abraham Attah, who is swept into an unnamed African conflict, under the command of the …

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There is something that happens when you combine travel and literature. Every page of a novel you read is marked with the surrounding sights and the atmosphere of the setting you are in.

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At first glance, Pope Francis's visit to the United States last week seems apolitical. Certainly in the United States, where we take pride in maintaining a distinction between church and state, many saw the Pope's tour as strictly a visit to the Catholic faithful. Yet history might suggest o…

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You can search the web and find any number of book lists of this year's acclaimed titles. If you want to know what to read next, look no farther than the long and short lists for The Man Booker Prize for Fiction. Last year's winning novel, 'The Narrow Road to the Deep North' by Richard Flana…

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Fact: We surround ourselves with Dante, Milton and Orwell to hide the books we are really reading. Anything from "Harry Potter" (again), to some unknown McKay's novel for the 10th time. This happens in everyday life.

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There has been an alarming trend in the movie industry over the past 15 years. Between 2000 and the coming 2016 release calendar, we had the opportunity to see two "Superman" films, three "Batman," one "Superman vs. Batman," seven "X-men," five "Spiderman," three "Fantastic Four" and an enti…

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There are trademark parts of the Lee experience, and I thought it was time to bring them to light. If you are a returning student, chances are, you have heard of these places or they may even be a part of your weekend routine. However, it is always good to revisit the classics. Staying a lit…

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The DeVos Student Recreational Center at Lee University offers multiple free athletic activities to anyone that is part of the Lee community.

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In a town where a church has been planted on every corner, Chattanooga's Net Church is challenging and re-defining the stereotypical description of modern day Christian sanctuaries. From 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Sundays, Cleveland's Carmike Bradley 12 Cinema opens its doors to church-goers…

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