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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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 …

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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.

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“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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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