President George W. Bush was the featured speaker Feb. 29 as Lipscomb University launched a new program designed to recognize its “associate” level donors.
First-generation or minority students attending a Metro Nashville Public Schools high school who have a passion for teaching underserved populations have a new scholarship opportunity to help fund their educational goals with the Pionero Scholars Program.
On Tuesday, Feb. 23, Thomas Rhett, dressed in his Tau Phi jersey, and his wife, Lauren spent time on campus sharing insight into their lives in the limelight and how their faith keeps them grounded through the fame and fortune.
On Friday, Feb. 26, nearly 150 high school students from Middle Tennessee participated in Lipscomb’s 18th annual STEM Day on campus.
Residents of Middle Tennessee are paying prices as low as $1.31 when as recently as 2008 gas prices were as high as $3.90 per gallon of gas.
Exchange student from Vietnam provides care in Nicaragua through nursing and missions programs.
Glen Davidson, research professor of medicine and culture at Vanderbilt University’s School of Medicine, recently donated volumes of materials about the Mormon Church to the Lipscomb University Beaman Library’s Special Collections.
Kari Smith (’00), adjunct faculty for Lipscomb University’s Department of Theatre, is the daughter of Jim (’75) and Karen (Wagner) Himelrick (’76), co-founders of Brentwood’s Towne Centre Theatre, and has had several opportunities to perform with her family throughout the years.
Business education veteran Ray Eldridge has been appointed dean of Lipscomb University’s College of Business, university Provost W. Craig Bledsoe announced.
Lipscomb University’s Department of Theatre, in conjunction with The Blackbird Theatre, presents Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, an intense and edgy drama, Feb. 19-28 at 7 p.m.
Opening Thursday, March 3 and running through Saturday, March 5, Lipscomb presents its 53rd annual Singarama production with a theme of "Revolution - Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.”
Orlando Magic Senior Vice President Pat Williams is the featured speaker for the 8th annual Don Meyer Evening of Excellence set for April 16.
Lipscomb University has received a $475,000 grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to create a theology program specifically designed for high school students. This is the first grant Lipscomb University has received from the endowment.
Lipscomb University’s HumanDocs Film Series presents a special presentation of the Oscar-nominated documentary, “The Look of Silence,” screening at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 17, in the university’s Ward Hall.
On Saturday, Feb. 6, Lipscomb's Allen Arena was the site for the Nashville Tennis Classic, an event that featured members U.S. Olympic and Davis Cup teams.
Adding to the accolades of his young career, Lipscomb men’s golfer Dawson Armstrong has been named to the 2016 Ben Hogan Award watch list joining 24 other top collegiate golfers around the country.
With official enrollment numbers in, Lipscomb University has an all-time record enrollment for spring semester with 4,319 students and a record fall-to-spring retention rate of 95.2 percent.
Lipscomb University is on a normal class schedule for day and evening classes Wednesday, February 10.. Because weather and road conditions can vary greatly within our region, the Class Schedule Disruption Policy will be in effect. Faculty and students are advised to avoid undue risks in traveling.
On Tuesday, Feb. 23, the Nashville Philharmonic Orchestra will perform in Lipscomb’s Collins Alumni Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. as a part of its winter concert series.
Community leaders will gather at Lipscomb University’s annual Abriendo Puertas (Opening Doors) forum Wednesday, Feb. 10, to engage in deliberate dialogue about Nashville’s future as a multicultural city and how to empower those diverse voices in the community.
Lipscomb University is on a normal class schedule for day and night classes Tuesday, February 9. Because weather and road conditions can vary greatly within our region, the Class Schedule Disruption Policy will be in effect. Faculty and students are advised to avoid undue risks in traveling.
With the backdrop of a presidential election campaign season in full throttle, Lipscomb University launched its new College of Leadership & Public Service, an initiative to provide a different approach to public service at a special event Feb. 4.
Ken Jennings, best-selling author and recognized expert in servant leadership, spent time on campus sharing his message of servant leadership with several student groups.
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry recently stopped by campus to discuss her first 100 days in office at the Nashville Business Breakfast.
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