First, second, and third place in this year’s Academic Showcase went to three students in the elementary education major, securing the department’s long-held place as the most academically accomplished at Lee. First place went to June Miller for her presentation, “Finger painting as pedagogical practice: benefits and challenges”.
One of the judges, Mary McCampbell, commented,”These were absolutely the best academic presentations I’d seen in years.”
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Dr. Bowdle was a professor at Lee before the Kennedy assassination
During yesterday’s regular Dixon center chapel, a miracle of the lord caused a hubbub the likes of which this campus may never see again. It started with distinguished Lee professor and level twelve theologian, Dr. Don Bowdle, giving his usual chapel presentation, and ended with him ascending into the presence of the lord on what many describe as a fiery chariot.
“It was amazing. I love when things go down Elijah style.” said regular Dixon attendee Marvin Haddock. “I’ve never seen something so awe inspiring happen so close to me. Dr. Bowdle was awesome too. The chariot came before his presentation was over, so he politely asked it to wait in the parking lot until he was finished. Such a beast!”
Across campus, women are up in arms. The cause, the unusually sunny and warm March that has ripped “legging season” from them one month to soon.
Some students, like Grace Cartwright (seen above), have vowed not to take off their leggings for the rest of the semester.
Janice Patrick, who could be seen all winter not wearing actual pants, summed up the female populations dejection.
“Leggings are as revealing as good, modest Proverbs 31 ladies are allowed to dress. What will we do now!?” Patrick said. Continue reading
"How can you live with yourself"-Paul Conn
Due to the success of last week’s Justice Week events, clubs on campus are banding together to sponsor a collective Guilt Week on campus. This Guilt Week is hoped to have an effect of action, responsibility, and accountability among students at Lee.
“This is righteous guilt.” Said CORE member Alexa Nash. “We are trying to motivate students into action by making them feel guilty about the plight of others. It is for the greater good.”
For the first time in its short history, the Lee University Film Festival was won by a non-Lee student.
Judges praised the “original choice” to feature Kyle Gazak in a student made production.
The judges and administrators ignored the clearly defined rule, and allowed former student Nathan McKay to enter his trailer for his upcoming feature film “The Pocketwatch.”