The Bison baseball team knocked off the top-ranked defending national champion Vanderbilt baseball team Tuesday night, 3-1 on the road.
Students traveled to almost 50 locations citywide to volunteer service for others.
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences' fourth annual Student Scholars Symposium held Thursday.
On April 2, social clubs Kappa Chi and Delta Tau hosted a simulation exercise on campus to help students, faculty and staff understand the affect the alcohol consumption has on a driver’s ability to safely operate a vehicle.
Chris Hoke, a pastor to gangs and prisoners in the Northwest, speaks on his writings April 16.
On Tuesday, March 24, the Lipscomb University community along with several key partners from the Nashville business sector gathered to celebrate the official opening of the College of Computing & Technology’s 7,000-square-foot classroom, lab and office space.
Au Bon Pain, located in a newly renovated portion of the SAC, opened to the Lipscomb community when classes resumed Monday, March 23, following spring break.
The 2015 Anteater's Ball is set for Saturday, March 28 at 7 p.m. in Collins Alumni Auditorium. Admission is $5 at the door.
Lipscomb University will celebrate on Tuesday, March 24 at 4:30 p.m. their collaboration with several leading Nashville businesses in developing a computing and technology educational facility.
The engineering college will hold a thank-you ceremony and viewing of the completed trial run bridge outside the Hughes Center on March 28.
Army veteran Jeff Negus discovered Lipscomb University's competency-based assessment program can open the door to a second career.
Communication students recently won 10 individual awards at the Southeast Journalism Conference.
Lipscomb University recently earned three honors as part of the 2015 Council for Advancement and Support of Education District III annual awards competition.
The Citizens Committee will host the 41st annual Tennessee Prayer Breakfast March 26 on the campus of Lipscomb University. Gary Haugen, founder and president of International Justice Mission, is the keynote speaker.
Cameron Lowry was recently named Tech Student of the Year by the Nashville Technology Council. He hopes to use this knowledge when he goes to med school following graduation.
During spring break 2015, nearly 400 students, faculty, staff and friends participated in 21 mission teams throughout Nashville, across the country and around the world.
Lipscomb University Director of Athletics Philip Hutcheson announced that Coach Jim White will headline the 2015 Don Meyer Evening of Excellence on Saturday, April 25, at Lipscomb’s Allen Arena. White is the subject of the Disney movie McFarland USA starring Kevin Costner that is currently showing nationwide in theaters.
The Lipscomb men's basketball team is one step closer to the NCAA tournament with a thrilling overtime win over Northern Kentucky University in the first round of the Atlantic Sun Conference tournament.
Dietetics is a rapidly growing field, and Lipscomb is working hard to make sure every graduate can keep up with the changes
Nashville Fair Food presents film produced by 'Fast Food Nation' author.
A crowd of more than 300 members of the Nashville community braved the cold to attend a mayoral candidates forum hosted by the Nelson & Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership and presented by the Nashville Civic Design Center.
Lipscomb University’s pharmacy and competency-based education programs made national headlines on Tuesday, Feb. 24.
Five MBA students travel to Honduras to learn global business and help boys' home Jovenes en Camino.
John Ortberg, nationally known author and minister, will give two free keynotes March 9-10.