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Cleveland police have confirmed that one person was shot in the Target parking lot near Frontage Road in a suspected domestic incident. The shooting occurred around 8:40 p.m. on Monday while multiple Lee students and other patrons were shopping inside the store.

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Looking for something fun to do tonight? This evening Inman Coffee will host Brinkfest, a free outdoor music festival and fundraiser, featuring music from MCat Loftis, Kailee Martin, Laura Spradlin, Margot, David Walrod and Fresh Mind.

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About a thousand participants came out to Lee University for the 19th annual Great Strides charity walk and 17th 65 Roses 5k run on March 30. This year participants were able to raise $42,000 in funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF). 

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Lee Day Weekend 2019 starts today, bringing crowds of prospective students and their loved ones onto campus for a weekend-long event.

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The Lee University Theatre department stages a musical production every two years, this spring the department will be debuting the romantic musical comedy “Meet Me in St. Louis.”

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Lee University Percussion members recently presented “Marimba Madness,” a concert aimed to highlight each percussion member and guest artists, under the direction of Associate Professor of Music Dr. Andy Harnsberger.

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Each spring semester, Lee University's Residential Life and Housing staff diligently work to host the Tunnel of Oppression, an interactive walk-through event that aims to educate participants about issues faced by minorities.

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With hopes to highlight different cultures from around the world, the Lee University Diversity Council and Evangelistic Singers (EVS) recently joined together to present a multicultural event of fellowship titled “We Are One” on Feb. 25.

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For several years, Lee University has welcomed Ballet Magnificat! to perform as a ministry to students and faculty. On Feb. 17 they opened Lee’s spring U-Church series with “Journey of the Prodigal Son,” a ballet based on the Biblical parable found in the Gospel of Luke.

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Last week, the spring semester's Convocation came to a close. Lee University students spent Sunday through Thursday worshiping and reflecting on the theme: “So Will I.”

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Lee’s Director of Graduate Programs in Christian Ministries Dr. Lisa Long was recently awarded a Vital Worship Grant from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship (CICW).

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The clock on the right says there is five minutes left. You are holding the very last clues in your hands, trying to solve them before it is too late. Four minutes left. You turn the papers to the side and see the hidden message. Smiling, you walk over and punch the numbers into the keypad b…

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Assistant Professor of History Dr. Andrew Bledsoe recently debuted his latest book “Upon the Fields of Battle: Essays on the Military History of America’s Civil War (Conflicting Worlds: New Dimensions of the American Civil War)” at a reception held on Nov. 7.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation's capital embraced George H.W. Bush in death Monday with solemn ceremony and tributes to his service and decency, as the remains of the 41st president took their place in the Capitol rotunda for three days of mourning by the political elite and everyday citizens alike.

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is reporting another increase in hate crimes, but the question now is whether Cleveland is following the national trend.

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Over the course of the semester, Lee University students have been targeted by scam emails sent to their university email accounts. Often referred to as “phishing,” scammers will utilize fraudulent emails or phone numbers to gain access to personal information.

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