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2018 Lettie Pate Whitehead Scholars Announced11/25/2018
The university recently awarded scholarships to 38 women for the 2018-19 school year.
Pack 'n' Stack Party Takes Place, Milestone Reached11/21/2018
Over 800 Lee University freshmen along with their Gateway instructors and Peer Leaders participated in the annual Pack ‘n’ Stack party on Nov. 12 in the Paul Dana Walker Arena.
Lee Family Participates in Food Drive11/16/2018
In conjunction with United Way of the Ocoee Region and Southern Heritage Bank, the Lee family recently participated in a community food drive.
Perez Named Miss Parade of Favorites11/12/2018
Brittney Perez was recently named Miss Parade of Favorites 2018 on Saturday, Nov. 10.
Centennial Homecoming to Begin Friday10/30/2018
Lee University's most anticipated event of the year will begin this Friday.
2018 Lettie Pate Whitehead Scholars Announced10/25/2018
The university recently awarded scholarships to 38 women for the 2018-19 school year.
Fort Hill Cemetery Tours to Take Place Oct. 2810/19/2018
On Sunday, Oct. 28 Lee University and the Bradley County Historical and Genealogical Society will present the 12th Annual Walking Tour of Historic Fort Hill Cemetery.
Symphony Orchestra to Perform Oct. 22 in Pangle10/16/2018
Lee University’s Symphony Orchestra will hold its fall concert on Monday, Oct. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Pangle Hall.
Moore has Film Accepted into Festival10/13/2018
Lee student Emma Moore recently had her short film accepted into multiple film festivals.
Tisby to Present Lecture Thursday10/12/2018
Lee University will welcome Jemar Tisby who will present "History as Activism: How Learning the Past Helps Us to Change the Present."
Dorm Wars Champions 201810/9/2018
More than 1,500 students, faculty, staff, and community guests packed out Walker Arena on Oct. 1 to watch as students competed for the coveted title of Dorm Wars champions.
U-Church To Continue With For King & Country10/3/2018
Lee will welcome Australian artists For King & Country to continue its fall U-Church series on Sunday, Oct. 7.
Mission Week to Serve SMCH9/30/2018
The annual "Dee Lavender Mission Week" will take place Oct. 1-5 to raise funds for the Smoky Mountain Children's Home.
Wind Ensemble Begins 20th Seasoon with Oct. 9 Concert9/29/2018
The Wind Ensemble will begin its 20th season with a performance on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center.
Dorm Wars to Up the Ante for Centennial Year9/25/2018
This Monday, Oct. 1, students from all corners of campus will gather together at 8 p.m. in the Paul Dana Walker Arena for Lee's annual Dorm Wars competition.
Alumnus Shin Lim9/20/2018
Lee alum Shin Lim (Liang-Shun Lim) takes first prize on America's Got Talent.
Voices of Lee Sings for Wacker in Germany9/16/2018
Voices of Lee recenlty returned from Germany where they performed for Wacker Corporation.
Convocation Begins this Sunday9/13/2018
Lee students, faculty, and staff will soon come together for a time of spiritual renewal and reflection during fall Convocation.
Chien and Kim to Open Presidential Concert Series 9/12/2018
Lee will welcome Gloria Chien and Soovin Kim to Pangle Hall for the Centennial Concert and opening performance of Lee's 27th annual Presidential Concert Series on Thursday, Sept. 20.
U.S. News Once Again Ranks Lee in Top Tier9/10/2018
Benton Signs to Lee Anglers 9/9/2018
Colony House to Open U-Church9/6/2018
Lee will welcome indie rock band Colony House on Sunday, Sept. 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center.
Students Win ADDY Awards4/30/2018
​Faculty and students from the Lee University Department of Communication Arts recently attended the American Advertising Federation (AAF) Chattanooga American Advertising Awards, where 25 Lee students received seven ADDY awards in total.
McCombs Named 2018 Winner, F. J. Lee Award4/30/2018
​Lee University named Kristiana McCombs as the recipient of the 2018 F. J. Lee Award. Dr. Debbie Murray presented the award to McCombs during the Honors Chapel on Thursday, April 12.
Johnson Receives Grants for Research4/30/2018
​Lee University’s Dr. Aaron Johnson, associate professor of humanities and classics, has recently been awarded grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Loeb Classical Library Foundation, and the Appalachian College Association (ACA) for research he will pursue throughout the upcoming summer and fall.
Professor Presents at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School4/29/2018
​Dr. Rolando Cuellar, associate professor of intercultural studies at Lee, recently presented at The Paul G. Hiebert Center for World Christianity and Global Theology Annual Lecture at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois.
Voice Students Place at NATS4/29/2018
​Lee University School of Music (SOM) recently sent 23 students to the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Mid-South vocal competition at the University of Northern Kentucky. Several Lee SOM voice faculty also attended and served as judges.
2018 Rymer Winners Announced4/29/2018
​On Wednesday, April 25, Lee University awarded nine incoming freshman the 2018 Rymer Scholarship. Three Gold Scholars, three Silver Scholars, and three Bronze Scholars were presented at the annual Rymer Scholars banquet on Lee’s campus.
McNair Program Names Ung as Director4/28/2018
​Lee University recently named Kevin Ung as the director of the new McNair Scholars Program, designed to prepare students for future graduate and doctoral studies in their chosen field through involvement in research and other scholarly activities.
Students Selected as Ledford Scholars4/28/2018
​Five Lee University students Nicole Tripp, Ana Villa, Ashley Walker, Kyra Williams, and Kelly Wnuk were recently selected by the Appalachian College Association (ACA) as Colonel B. Ledford Scholars.
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