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Lipscomb University’s Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering will break ground on a new engineering facility Wednesday, Dec. 2.
As Lipscomb's 2015-16 theater season continues, Lipscomb's resident dance company, Foundation Dance Theatre, presents ELEVATE, a dance concert, Dec 4-6 at 7:30 p.m. in Lipscomb’s Shamblin Theater.
On Nov. 10, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and his wife, Crissy, shared their faith journey with students, faculty and staff at the Gathering.
Lipscomb and Belmont are teaming up together for the Dec. 1 and Dec. 7 Battle of the Boulevard games in support of the seventh annual Penny Drive, benefitting Second Harvest.
When Ed Trevathan steps foot on the Baylor University campus each morning as its newly appointed provost, he is entering a world that has been as much a natural part of his life as breathing.
A year after its creation, Lipscomb’s new missional entrepreneurship program is empowering students from the College of Business and touching lives abroad through student projects.
Bible professor Lee Camp and the Tokens Show returned to the Ryman for a special Thanksgiving edition on Nov. 22. It will be broadcast on WSM twice on Thanksgiving Day.
Beloved Nashville entertainer Amy Grant and an all-star line-up of artists and friends will kick-off the holiday season at Lipscomb with the annual Lighting of the Green set for Dec. 1.
The Lipscomb University volleyball team won the 2015 Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament Championship on Nov. 21 in Allen Arena.
Lipscomb University has appointed Tiffany Denton as assistant dean of the College of Professional Studies at the university.
Lipscomb University’s educational program for students with developmental and intellectual disabilities has received a $1.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Six Lipscomb volleyball players earned a total of eight awards announced Nov. 18 at the banquet for the Atlantic Sun Volleyball Tournament.
The Lipscomb community celebrated a significant milestone in the history of Lipscomb Academy Nov. 6 as university and academy officials broke ground on the new McCadams Athletic Center project. Construction on the project is currently underway.
Interim College of Education Dean Deborah Boyd was recently selected to participate in the third White House convening on Strengthening School Counseling and College Advising.
On Nov. 11, approximately 100 Lipscomb University students and faculty from the College of Engineering, the School of Nursing, and the Department of Biology visited the Saint Thomas Center for Robotic Surgery for its second annual Robotic-live stream event presented by Dr. Ben Dehner and Lisa Baugas, RN.
BeestMode Gaming, a new club that developed this fall in Lipscomb's College of Computing & Technology, provides students an opportunity to compete in competitive gaming events at a collegiate level.
Lipscomb University Director of Risk Management Kathy Hargis was recently installed as president-elect of the University Risk Management and Insurance Association. She will assume the presidency of the 2,100-member organization for the 2016-17 academic year.
It was a star-studded evening for country music, and Lipscomb University was well represented at the 2015 Country Music Association awards in Nashville Wednesday evening, Nov. 4.
Lipscomb University president L. Randolph Lowry has been named one of Nashville’s most powerful leaders by the Nashville Business Journal.
Actress MacKenzie Mauzy from the 2014 Oscar-nominated Disney film Into the Woods will join the cast and crew of Lipscomb’s production of Into the Woods, Friday, Nov. 6, for a special pre-show reception as well as post-show talkback.
On Thursday, Oct. 29, Lipscomb’s College of Business recognized Diane C. Creel as its latest Heroes of Business recipient.
On Monday, Nov. 2, AT&T visited Lipscomb’s campus to increase awareness of the dangers of distracted driving and to encourage students to keep their eyes on the road, not their phones.
Few women go to work in the tech industry, but the College of Computing & Technology is working to change the trend.