News Release Archive
Major glitches expose dependence on technology
Andy Borchers, of Lipscomb's College of Business, sheds light on the unusual technology glitches that halted operations on the New York Stock Exchange and at United Airlines on July 8.
Mayor Karl Dean to be honored at Nashville Business Breakfast
Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, who is nearing the end of his second and final term in office, will be honored for his service to the city at Lipscomb University’s Nashville Business Breakfast set for 7 a.m. Tuesday, July 28, in Lipscomb's Allen Arena.
STEP RIGHT UP! …For the community parenting workshop, raising awareness for healthy living
On Friday, July 17, Lipscomb University’s School of Nursing will join with Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee to provide a carnival-themed workshop to raise awareness for local families who are at risk for poor health outcomes.
Fashion department grows with new equipment, structure
The creation of the College of Entertainment & the Arts has opened doors to expand the fashion merchandising program.
US men's soccer national team practices at Lipscomb
In preparation for its friendly with Guatemala on Friday, July 3, the United States men’s soccer national team added a little red and blue favor to Lipscomb’s campus this week as the squad used the turf at the Lipscomb Soccer Complex for its training sessions.
Lipscomb provides instruction, mentorship for Teach For America corps this summer
This summer, Lipscomb will provide more instruction to Teach For America corps than ever before.
Summer Celebration 2015 brings hundreds of Christians to campus from across the country
Lipscomb University President L. Randolph Lowry and his wife, Rhonda, were honored with the Kopio Award on the opening night of Summer Celebration July 1.
Sustainability student recognized as Hands On Nashville’s 'Volunteer of the Year'
Amanda “Andy” Myers, a student in Lipscomb University’s Institute for Sustainable Practices, was honored as the Hands On Nashville Volunteer of the Year Award at the 29th Annual Mary Catherine Strobel Volunteer Awards Ceremony presented by HCA/TriStar on April 7.
Famed civil rights attorney Fred Gray shares stories with campers
Students attending the 2015 Institute for Law, Justice & Society’s law camp got the unique opportunity to learn from a legal legend how he played a role in changing the course of history at a young age.
IMPACT provides out of this world experience for teens
Community worship and service are among the campers' favorite activities.
Robotics camp goes on the road to the Martha O’Bryan Center
Lipscomb University’s BisonBot Robotics Camps, sponsored by Nissan North America Inc. through Lipscomb’s Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering, are going above and beyond by bringing their robot technology and program to Nashville’s disadvantaged youth in the community.
IMPACT teens surprise inner city baseball teams with 'big game' experience
On Thursday, June 25, a group of young inner city baseball players were given a special day at the ballpark by IMPACT campers that is sure to give them good memories for years to come.
Academy students begin university journey with trip to London
Twenty-two Lipscomb Academy graduates who plan to continue their education at Lipscomb University in the fall were given an opportunity to travel abroad in London, England, a trip that is extremely unique.
Moore receives international award for teaching excellence
Professor of Accounting Perry Moore recently received the 2015 International Teaching Excellence award from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.
Leadership Tennessee announces third class
Lipscomb University’s Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership has announced the 2015-16 class for Leadership Tennessee, a leadership education program designed to cultivate a network of business, nonprofit, education and government leaders who are committed to addressing the state’s challenges and opportunities.
Urban Green Lab, ISP partner on sustainability mobile lab for schools
Lipscomb joins local nonprofit to advance sustainability among school children, citizens.
Air Evac helicopter visits health care, journalism campers
Future health care providers and journalists learned from Air Evac paramedics and nurses on the quad.
Lipscomb repeats as A-Sun academic champion
With a league record 85.9 percent of Lipscomb student athletes earning a 3.0 grade point average or higher during the 2014-15 academic year, the Bisons have repeated as the Atlantic Sun Conference academic champions.
Tennessee Supreme Court visits campus to debate high-profile case
The debate of a crucial public records law case took place on campus at Volunteer Girls State program.
Nashville Symphony concert set for Bison Square June 16
The Lipscomb community will have a unique opportunity to enjoy a free Nashville Symphony concert in Bison Square June 16.
Pharmacy partnership with local high school wins city award
The Nashville chamber awarded Lipscomb and Overton an "Academies" Award.
Track & field sends record six athletes to NCAA East Prelims
Lipscomb track and field is sending a record six Bisons to the NCAA Division I East Region Preliminary Round this week.
Baseball claims A-Sun title, heading to second NCAA tourney
For the second time since 2008, the Bison baseball team has won the Atlantic Sun Conference tournament and are heading to the NCAA baseball championship tournament.
New lab in Burton enhances pharmacy education, professional development
New pharmacy sterile compounding laboratory provides practice-ready skills to avoid future crisis.
Kayla Montgomery featured in CNN’s ‘Human to Heroes’ series
Recently a crew from CNN visited the Lipscomb campus to interview freshman distance runner Kayla Montgomery for a segment on CNN International’s “Humans to Heroes” series.