The philosophy of Lipscomb coach Charles Morrow was to treat the Bisons first ever Atlantic Sun Tournament game as just another game, but in the end it proved to be far more.
Integrated into the PMBA required coursework, the Marketing and International Business course led 18 students to Germany and the Czech Republic in September under the guidance of Dr. George Boulware and his wife, Jeanna, both faculty members in the College of Business.
Tennessee Pollution Prevention Partnership (TP3), will award the designation of “Green School partner” to David Lipscomb’s elementary school Thursday, Nov. 15, at the two-day Summit for a Sustainable Tennessee kicks off at Lipscomb University.
Shanna Singh Hughey and Derek Hughey (’93) left on a yearlong around-the-world honeymoon which has taken them on nineteen flights, twelve boats, four trains and seventeen buses only two months and three days into their trip.
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts will open the exhibition Future/Now: Mid-State Art Majors, featuring 80 selected works by the next generation of practicing artists, on Friday, Nov. 16. The exhibition will be on view through Dec. 30. A free community opening reception will be held Friday, Nov. 16, from 7–9 p.m. at the
Boosting diversity in the legal profession was the topic of the first conference held by the Institute for Law, Justice and Society and co-sponsored by the Tennessee Bar Association, Wednesday, Nov. 7. Thomas Wells, president-elect of the American Bar Association came to the Lipscomb campus to keynote the conference.
Don’t miss the excitement as the WAY-FM 2007 Fall Concert Series comes to Allen Arena Friday, November 16, at 7 p.m., featuring multi-platinum, Grammy Award winning Steven Curtis Chapman and his Live in This Moment tour.
On Nov. 14, Phi Sigma is hosting their second annual date auction to benefit the McDougal family hoping to raise a large donation for the family’s home construction project, “A House for My Kids.”