Christian activist Shane Claiborne to speak on new book Executing Grace at Feb. 8 Tokens Show
Christian activist and best-selling author Shane Claiborne will be the featured guest for Tokens, a radio-style variety show, for a discussion on his new book Executing Grace: How the Death Penalty Killed Jesus and Why Its Killing Us, on Wednesday, Feb. 8, from 7 to 9 p.m. in Collins Alumni Auditorium on Lipscomb University's campus.
Undergrad film students make Sundance Film Festival their classroom this week
Undergraduate film students are getting a unique "classroom" experience at this week's Sundance Film Festival.
Exhibit by Nashville artist Thomas Sturgill featured in Hutcheson Gallery, Jan. 23 through March 10
Lipscomb University’s John C. Hutcheson Gallery presents “For Want,” an exhibit by Thomas Sturgill, Jan. 23 through March 10.
R.A. Dickey to headline Bison Baseball's 3rd Annual First Pitch dinner
Atlanta Braves knuckleballer R.A. Dickey will be the featured speaker for Bison Baseball's Third Annual First Pitch dinner set for Saturday, Jan. 28.
Watkins selected to co-chair International Writing Centers Association Summer Institutes
Stacia Watkins, director of general education and the Writing Studio as well as associate professor of English at Lipscomb University, was recently selected to serve as co-chair for the International Writing Centers Association’s 2017 and 2018 Summer Institutes.
Mercer elected to AACP leadership role
Susan Mercer, associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences in Lipscomb University’s College of Pharmacy, has been elected chair-elect of the Chemistry Section of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP).
Lipscomb student designs graphic for new element named after Tennessee
Phillip Jones, a sophomore mechanical engineering major at Lipscomb, has been invited to attend the Oak Ridge National Laboratory recognition of the discovery and naming of element 117 Tennessine on Friday, January 27, after designing the graphic that will be used to represent the new element.
HumanDocs explores emotional aftermath of Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting with screening of Newtown
Lipscomb University’s HumanDocs Film Series, in partnership with the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, presents “Newtown,” a film that explores the aftermath of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting, on Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 6:30 p.m. in Shamblin Theatre.
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