The Leek authors, Lyndsey Graves, John Griffis, Daniel Diffenderfer, and Richard Yeakley, sign off and explain why they did this experiment.
Elliot, Longfellow, Heller and Mane attempt to take a photo with the side-walk chalk advertisement.
To our dear, dear Lee friends – We must apologize, first of all, for our deception.
All four of us have become quite adept at looking into the eyes of our closest friends and telling flat-out lies. This has probably turned us into more horrible people, but we hope you’ll understand that we did it for The Leek.
St. Leek’s Episcopal Church.
Cleveland will be renamed cLEEveland, following a 6-2 vote of the city commissioners early Friday morning and days of intense bidding by wealthy donors. The announcement came as a surprise to no one, except Mayor Tom Rowland.
Mayor Rowland, who was unusually red-in-the-face, said tersely, “Cleveland is not for sale. First, Lee thinks it can just close Church Street and turn it into a pedestrian mall, and the next thing you know they’re renaming this whole city.”
1. You remember U-Church every Sunday
Superchick was once the biggest deal ever to hit campus. How far we have come.
2. You took classes in Buildings that don’t exist anymore
Its unfortunate that no one ever interrupts chapel speakers to shout about how superior the Beach Building was to Medlin.
- A countdown of your exams and papers
Thanks for posting: "I have 3 exams and 2 papers until I'm DONE!" We were all so interested.
- Screenshots of your inside-joke texts
People are going to be LOLing right alongside you.
1. Lack of student voice
Lee University is great without any form of representative student voice. With great outlets for proper discussion about important campus issues like "Ask the President" or an anonymous, very un-veiled satire blog, why would Lee need any type of institutionalized student voice? Besides student governments aren't anything but popularity contests, right?
2. Male dominance of chapel speakers
When the administration promised to invite more females to speak in chapel, we all knew in our hearts that this was a shrewd political move to silence the radical far-left element in the student body. Everyone knows that diversity is for liberals; what students in a globalizing society undergoing rapid technological change really need is to hear from more white male Church of God pastors.
1. Free access to campus gym
Eating fresh isn't enough to keep Dr. Conn trim.
2. Rich Devos is still alive
Paul Conn to inherit large scissors and ribbon if he is still president.