Saturday, February 28, 2009

Don't Go there: The Presidential Suite

This is the 14th part in the "Don't Go There" series. The series strives to unveil the most secret and secluded parts of campus to give ordinary students a glance at the unknown.

Lee University President Paul Conn opened up his office for an hour and a half Thursday to give students a peek into his daily environment.

The above photo, of course, is of the presidential bathroom, the finest restroom facility on campus. But there's more to it...

The mirror displays three important messages: Don't Give Up the Dream, Shut Up and Listen, and Philippians 2:12-13, which reads: "...complete the salvation that God has given you with a proper sense of awe and responsibility, for it is god who is at work within you, giving you the will and the power to achieve His purpose."

The presidential closet (pictured above) is directly across from the restroom.

It hides ventilation ducts, a mini refrigerator and coffee maker, a toaster, Dr. Conn's shoe collection, a triple-deck coffee cabinet, and extra supplies.

1 comment:

Daniel said...

This HAS TO BE the most excellent and satisfying idea and execution of journalism I have ever encountered.