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Voices' Video Goes Viral
Voices' video of "No Longer Slaves" has received over 6 million views since posting to Facebook on May 14.
Lee Theatre to Present "Sparkles" Saturday
On Saturday, May 20, Lee Theatre will present the play "Sparkles: The Caterpillar Who Became a Butterfly."
Students Serve Communities, Locally and Nationally
Lee University students took service beyond the campus by carrying out four student-led projects during spring break last month.
Students Honored with DownBeat Student Music Awards
Two Lee students, Victor Johnson and Jay Newsome, recently received the DownBeat Student Music Award.
Martin Named Presser Scholar
Brittany Martin, a music major with an emphasis in vocal music from Paris, Tennessee, was recently named the recipient of Lee University's 2017-18 Presser Undergraduate Scholar Award.
Rymer Scholarship Winners Announced
On Thursday, April 27, Lee University awarded nine incoming freshmen the 2017 Rymer Scholarship.
Price, Sanders, and Kamm Receive CWC Award
At a recent Lee University chapel service, Cody Price and Elisabeth Sanders were presented with the 2017 Dr. Charles W. Conn Servant Leadership Award, and Dr. William Kamm, director of graduate studies in education, received the Dr. Charles W. Conn Service Learning Faculty Award.
Austin Peay President to Speak at Lee’s Spring Commencement
Lee alumna and President of Austin Peay State University Dr. Alisa White will deliver the address at Lee University's spring commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 6, at 9:30 a.m. on the lawn of the Science and Math Complex.
Delta Zeta Tau Service Club Hosts Egg Hunt
On Wednesday, April 12, around 40 children/grandchildren of Lee's faculty and staff gathered for games, stories, and an Easter egg hunt hosted by Lee's Greek service club Delta Zeta Tau.
2017 Summer Camps Announced
Lee University hosts a wide variety of summer camps each year hosted by Lee personnel in which community youth can participate.
Jazz & Java to Take Place Tuesday
A group of Lee University students will host "Jazz & Java" at BonLife Coffee on Tuesday, April 25 at 7 p.m.
Lee to Present Spring Faculty Brass Concert
Faculty members Gordon James, Bill Pritchard, Dr. Doug Warner, and Dr. Nathan Warner, along with Lee graduate student Jordan Bailey, will present a brass concert on Monday, May 1 at 7:30 p.m. in Pangle Hall.
Von Streber Receives 2017 Charles Paul Conn Award
Guilherme Von Streber has been named Lee University's 2017 recipient of the Charles Paul Conn Award and was recognized by Lee President Dr. Paul Conn for this achievement during Honors Chapel on Tuesday, April 11.
McBeath Receives 2017 Zeno C. Tharp Award
Lee recently presented Dalton McBeath with the 2017 Zeno C. Tharp Award.
Johnson Wins 2017 F.J. Lee Award
Lee recently recognized Indyasia Johnson as the recipient of the 2017 F.J. Lee Award.
Rymer Finalists Announced
Lee recently announced the 2017 Rymer Scholarship finalists.
Lee to Host Senior Art Showcase
From April 25-May 4, Lee will host a senior art showcase for art majors to display their original body of work focusing on a theme of their choice.
Anthropology Students Present at Regional Conference
Lee anthropology students Abigail Christopher, Jed Foster, and William Kimball recently presented their original research at the Blue Ridge Undergraduate Research Conference (BRURC) at Union College in Kentucky.
Lee to Host Chamber Music Showcase
Lee will host the 2017 Chamber Music Showcase on Wednesday, April 19, at 5 p.m. in Squires Recital Hall.
Lee Students Present at Sigma Tau Delta Convention in Louisville
Eleven English majors recently traveled with Lee's Dr. Kevin Brown to Louisville, Kentucky, for the 93rd Sigma Tau Delta International Convention, where students presented their original creative and critical pieces.
Ladies of Lee Perform at TMEA Conference
Lee's all-female choir Ladies of Lee recently performed at Tennessee Music Education Association's (TMEA) annual conference held in Nashville at the Opryland Hotel.
Lee to Host Live Recording Worship Event
Lee University will host "The Retreat," sponsored by the Fisher/Brewer Worship Institute, Prism Music, and Lee University, April 20-21, in the Conn Center on Lee's campus, offering two opportunities for the community to join in worship.
Opera Theatre to Present “Opera Scenes”
Opera Theatre, directed by James Frost, will perform Opera Scenes in the Squires Recital Hall on Sunday, April 23 at 3 p.m.
Lee to Present Small Jazz Ensemble
The Small Jazz Ensemble will perform its spring concert in the Dixon Center on Tuesday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m., under the direction of Dr. Nathan Warner and Keith Brown.
Tate to Present Lecture at Lee
On Tuesday, April 18, Lee University will welcome Dr. Andrew Tate, reader in religion, literature, and aesthetics at Lancaster University, to present a lecture titled "Dreams of the 'Ruined' Future: Twenty-First-Century Apocalyptic Fiction."
Dirksen and Williamson Present at International Anthropology Conference
Dr. Murl Dirksen and Erin Williamson, Lee alumna, recently presented in Santa Fe, New Mexico, at the annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA).
Woolfitt Work to Appear in Fiction Anthology
Lee's Dr. William Woolfitt recently had two fiction pieces selected for inclusion in "The Best Small Fictions of 2017" anthology: "What the Beech Tree Knows" and "Hatchlings."
Marine Corps Band New Orleans to Perform at Lee
On Wednesday, April 12, Lee University will conclude its Performing Arts Series with a performance by the United States Marine Corps Band New Orleans.
Lee Day Begins Friday
This weekend, prospective students and families will have the chance to see what life at Lee is like in just 30 hours, offering a glimpse into the unique mixture of clubs, people, cultures, and opportunities that the university comprises.
Music Student’s Paper Accepted into Music Colloquium
Lee music student Ian Tan recently had his paper, "Linear Algebraic Applications to Twelve-Tone Tonality," accepted into the Louisiana State University (LSU) Music Colloquium.
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