FUTURO students give thanks
On Wednesday, Nov. 19, members of Lipscomb’s chapter of FUTURO, a national professional association for Latino college students, hosted a luncheon to thank the service operations team.
THEC Report Card grades College of Education as one of best in state
For the fourth year, the education college has been recognized as one of the most effective teacher preparation programs in the state.
Computing students participate in programming competitions
Technology majors have been busy all semester with collaborative competitions held throughout the area.
Employee wellness program recognized for making Lipscomb a healthier community
To help foster healthy habits the university’s HealthyU Employee Wellness Program provides a variety of opportunities for the Lipscomb community to learn about healthy food and lifestyle choices as well as offers incentives to exercise.
Campus celebrates 10 years of Lighting of the Green on Dec. 2
The community is invited to kick-off the holiday season Tuesday, Dec. 2, with Amy Grant and guest artists.
History department brings Virginia Postrel to campus
National culture commentator speaks in Shamblin on Oct. 15.
'Frozen' illustrator, Disney animators headline workshop at Lipscomb in October
Local animators, illustrators and character designers will have a unique opportunity to learn from some of the top artists in the industry, including those from Disney blockbusters “Frozen” and “The Lion King,” in a workshop hosted by Lipscomb's College of Entertainment & the Arts Oct. 25-26.
Parents invited to campus for Family Weekend, Oct. 3-5
Family Weekend gives students’ families a special glimpse into the college life at Lipscomb.
New College of Entertainment and the Arts launched
The Board of Trustees approved the formation of a new college, bringing the number to nine.
Lipscomb Theatre presents Medea in Flatt Amphitheater
The classic Greek tragedy will be set in idyllic 1950s America.