Cleveland Police Department has arrested a 17-year-old for sexually assaulting a female student and has charged him with aggravated rape.
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) — At a voter registration rally Friday, fired-up former first lady Michelle Obama urged a predominantly youthful crowd at the University of Miami to "take their power back" and bridge the gap between frustration over the political climate and "actually doing something…
It’s almost time for Americans to return to the polls. With all 435 congressional seats and 35 Senate races heading to the polls, the November mid-term elections could potentially change the make-up of our Congress.
Lee University will welcome New York Times bestselling author and PEN/Faulkner Award finalist Ron Rash for a live reading.
As of last Thursday night, eight cars belonging to male students residing in Bowdle/O’Bannon Hall have been keyed in the dorm parking lot.
The ongoing student loan crisis has been a cause of concern for many young Americans seeking to pursue higher education, and Lee’s student body is no exception.
Lee's history and education departments are working to ensure high school students learn more when they step into their social studies classrooms.
Lee may be a small, private university, but the school recently received national attention as it was listed as one of the country’s top 11 colleges for student engagement.
This semester's Convocation—a time where students, faculty and staff come together for a time of spiritual renewal and reflection amidst the academic year—has drawn to a close.
Lee University’s rank has continued to rise in the U.S. News & World’s “Best Colleges of 2019” report, ranking #47 in the “Regional Universities” category.
Pamela Browning, Chair of the Department of Early Childhood, Elementary, and Special Education and professor of education, passed away on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018 at the age of 62.
Lee University’s Presidential Concert Series is set to begin with a Centennial celebration this semester, featuring performances by pianist Gloria Chien and violinist Soovin Kim.
The U.S. Education Department is drawing up new resolutions addressing sexual assault and misconduct allegations on college campuses.
As Hurricane Florence barrels towards the East Coast, disaster relief personnel from all over the country are getting ready to face the damage. Lee University’s School of Nursing has created a new program to prepare students for future natural disasters like Florence.
In the aftermath of Senator John McCain's death after several months of battling brain cancer, remembrances and thoughts poured out from every part of the nation, including Lee University faculty and students.
Sex trafficking—it's a worldwide problem, and Cleveland is, by no means, immune. That's why, last Tuesday, Cleveland organization Willowbend Farms hosted Do It For Her, an informational event to raise awareness of human trafficking. Screened in the Rose Lecture Hall of the Humanities buildin…
Lee University’s School of Nursing held a mass casualty simulation for the third semester, this time including many other departments.
Lee University Theatre will complete its 2017-2018 year with the finale production of Edmond Rostand’s “Cyrano.”
Scientists have recently discovered a potential new organ in the human body that could help explain how cancer spreads throughout the body.
Lee’s fly fishing club, the Lee U Anglers, which started in the spring of 2014, hosted a Fly Shootout this past Saturday, March 24.
German scientists at the University of Bonn have discovered a new way to reactivate carbon dioxide in the air to remove greenhouse gases using laser pulses, but some at Lee wonder if it is worth looking into at all.
This Thursday, the Society for Law and Justice is holding a showcase for their mock trial team—a case that will give team members the opportunity to either defend or prosecute a woman accused of murder.
Lee University’s chapter of Alpha Chi, an academic honor society for upperclassmen, hosted its annual Academic Showcase last week in the Rose Lecture Hall.
As the spring time approaches, Lee University’s campus begins to prepare for the highly anticipated Lee Day weekend.
Earlier this month, four faculty panelists across multiple disciplines gathered at the School of Religion's Coffee, Cake and Theology forum, tackling sexual harassment and power assertion issues in the church.
Lee University Chorale featured two student-created compositions for the first time at its spring concert on March 15.
An ongoing issue involving students sneaking into the dining hall without paying could result in the possible raising of meal plan prices and disciplinary actions, a Lee Clarion investigation reveals.
In honor of Lee’s Centennial year, the School of Religion has rallied together to complete a project funding a Church of God Bible school.
On March 15, the Bateman Team will be holding a candlelight vigil at Lee University to honor those who lost their lives to childhood cancer.
Charges for the murder of a former Lee Resident Director, who went missing almost nine years ago, have been dropped for a second time.
The fact that social media, cell phones, laptops and other technology affect the way students perform in the classroom is common knowledge, but some researchers are discovering more there than meets the eye.
On Feb. 18, Lee students gathered to stand in opposition of deferring DREAMers after President Trump's mandate last year to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
College-aged women are more likely to be sexually assaulted than any other female age group, and panelists for Coffee, Cake and Theology believe the time has come for change.
Chinese scientists have cloned the first non-human primate, sparking a massive worldwide debate about cloning.
The Lee University Film Festival event has been hosted on campus every spring semester, but this year the Student Leadership Council has opted to pair with the Communication Department and Film Society to make this event bigger and better than ever. Competitors now have a chance at national …
Warriors storm the stage this weekend to present “The Veil: The Story of Creation” for the 6th season.
In recent months, the Cato Institute conducted a survey asking questions concerning freedom of speech and specific questions as to what kinds of speech Americans believe should or shouldn’t be protected by the government.
“At the U.S. Department of Education, Common Core is dead,” Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said last month during her first major policy address of the year.
If there's something to be said about the students featured on the Thoughts of the Roundtable podcast, it's that they aren't shying away from the tough subjects.
The flu has certainly taken its toll on the nation, and it doesn't look like it'll be easing off soon. So far, the number of child fatalities associated with the illness has climbed to over 60.
Three of Lee’s own exercise science students performed tests at the Cleveland Fire Department in an effort to help firefighters avoid their number one killer.
Nora Chambers, the professor who taught the first class at Lee, will be honored at a special chapel service on Tuesday. Jonathan Bouvier and Savannah Ogle are set to host the Centennial Chapel in the Conn Center to kick off the celebration of Lee’s 100th anniversary.
Award-winning wind quintet WindSync have left their mark in the classical world, and now, they have done the same on Lee's campus.
The spring class offerings for this spring's Encore Program, which gives senior adults the opportunity at a second chance at college courses, have just been released.
On the anniversary of President Donald Trump’s inauguration, an estimated 3,000 people equipped with signs and banners marched through the streets of downtown Chattanooga for the second annual Women’s March. Chants of “This is what democracy looks like!” rang through the air.
Sometimes you just have to wing it.
According to Vice President for Student Development Mike Hayes, it's time for an “awakening” on campus.
Lee University history professor Dr. Robert Barnett is no exception to the adage “Never judge a book by its cover.”
A scholarship for nursing students with financial needs is now in place and available at Lee University.
It is no secret that there's a widespread epidemic in American universities: men across the country are choosing not to go to college.
Film professor Matthew Fisher doesn't just talk the talk when it comes to cinema.