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Cleveland State Community College has finalized plans for its Spring 2022 Commencement Ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Friday, May 6, in the L. Quentin Lane Center.Approximately 414 degrees and certificates … more
After decades of service to Cleveland State Community College and community, the college has dedicated the Children’s Library alcove to Fred and Suzanne Wood. “Fred and Suzanne Wood represent the … more
Lee University recently awarded 14 students from various disciplines with the Hicks Scholarship, an honor awarded at the end of the freshman year to the most outstanding student in a given … more
Kelsey Yoder recently was received Lee University’s 2022 Zeno C. Tharp Award and was recognized during a special chapel service.   The Zeno C. Tharp Award is given annually to the Lee … more
Representatives from Lee University’s Imago Dei presented earlier this semester at the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities’ (CCCU) three-day 2022 International Forum in … more
Four Cleveland residents filed a complaint Monday with the Bradley County Elections Commission alleging that city school board candidate Allan Jones does not live within the city limits and asking … more
Cleveland State Community College is giving more opportunities for adult-focused degree options for non-traditional students and will host a free virtual Reconnect Information Session from noon to 6 … more
Editor's note: This article is the fourth and final installment in a series reporting on Cleveland State Community College's presidential search forum, held last week. Previous articles on two search … more
Jefferson Community College President Ty A. Stone, who spoke on Monday, April 18, at a forum to select Cleveland State Community College’s next president, said technology is more important than … more
Five students from Lee University recently were selected to present at the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention in Atlanta. Sigma Tau Delta, an international English honor society for graduate … more
The College System of Tennessee celebrated 51 of the top honor society students at its community and technical colleges recently during the system’s 2022 Student Honors Luncheon. Cleveland State … more
The Lee University Presidential Concert Series will conclude its 29th season with a performance by Louis Lortie, one of Canada’s most esteemed concert pianists. The performance will take place at … more
The Tennessee Valley Authority, in partnership with Bicentennial Volunteers Inc., a TVA retiree organization, has awarded the Charleston Elementary STEAM Academy a grant to develop science, … more
Cleveland City Schools has named Mr. Kerry O’Connor as the new principal of Yates Primary School beginning July 1, the district announced this afternoon, April 12.O’Connor will replace Stephanie … more
Hopewell Elementary recently held its National Beta Club induction ceremony for students selected based on academic standing and character. Inducted were Lane Arcand, Emma Bouck, … more
Lee University will host its spring 1918 Society Alumni Lecture Series, “Women Professionals,” featuring Lee alumnae and community partners who are successful in business. The event will take … more
Lee University’s mock trial team recently concluded its season with a regional competition against 12 other universities during an event hosted by the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) via … more
Ten Lee University students recently visited various music studios in the Tennessee area as part of their Intro to Music Business course. The trip, which consisted of tours, observations and … more
Cleveland City Schools said 149 students representing all seven schools’ elementary music programs participated in mid-March in the 2022 Cleveland City School Honors Chorus.The event, held on March … more
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