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Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

DR. JOHN SIMS, who retired from Lee University after serving as a religion and humanities professor for 40 years, has had a busy retirement. He has written five books since his last day on the job. He is shown here with his two latest books.

Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

COMPUTER STATIONS in Cleveland's American Job Center provide spaces for job seekers to write resumes, search for jobs and fill out applications. The center is located on the campus of Cleveland State Community College.

Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

STAFF of the American Job Center in Cleveland include, from left, Career Specialist Jessica Bice, Youth Career Specialist Charity King and One-Stop Operations Manager Evan Williams. Staff can help with everything from applying for unemployment benefits to enrolling in job training programs.

Banner photo, CHRISTY ARMSTRONG

Banner photo, KAITLIN GEBBY

KIARA QUICK answers a question about fostering community alongside faculty members Fijoy Johnson, at left, and Brittany Gates on Friday at Lee University.

Banner photo, KAITLIN GEBBY

FRESHMEN at Cleveland High School pack school supplies during their Do Good December project. Thousands of notebooks, crayons, pencils and books were distributed to all seven of Cleveland City Schools elementary facilities.

Banner photo, KAITLIN GEBBY

BRIZA REYES-CRUZ, a student at Lee, shares her experience coming to campus for the first time and overcoming racial stigma during an event and panel discussion at Lee University on Friday.

Banner photo, KAITLIN GEBBY

TAYLOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL students raise their hands high to join Bradley County School's pledge to read 20 minutes every day in 2020.

Banner photo, KAITLIN GEBBY

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