Tickets now on sale for Singarama 2014
“Singarama’s On Fire” is the 2014 theme for the annual student musical extravaganza performed April 3-5.
Lumination one of top four student TV, radio stations in Southeast
The communication and journalism department recently earned 10 awards in the annual Best of the South contest.
Humphrey speaks to Governor’s Task Force on Veterans Education
Lt. Col. Jim Humphrey, director of veteran services, to speak at the Governor’s Task Force on Veteran Education.
Video competition offers full-tuition graduate business scholarship
The College of Business is offering a scholarship worth up to $44,280 in its Degree of Difference Video Competition.
Future Bison runner featured in New York Times, Today Show
One of Lipscomb University’s newest Bisons won’t be on campus until this fall, but she is already gaining a lot of attention.
Meacham inspired by grandfather, history
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham shared his passion for writing at the now that you ask series Feb. 20.
Lipscomb community shares heart in Habitat build
The Al-Zabidi family will soon have a house full of heart thanks to Habitat for Humanity and Lipscomb volunteers.
Gresham, Smith CEO featured at March 12 NBB
James W. Bearden will be the featured speaker at the March 12 Nashville Business Breakfast.
Students join StoryCorps to preserve history of Nashville's immigrants
Fifteen students assist the Nashville Public Library to collect oral histories and preserve multicultural history.
College of Business dedicates facility in honor of alumnus Barry Stowe
Newly renovated Swang auditorium named to honor CEO of Prudential Asia in a Feb. 21 ceremony.