A member of SEAL Team Six, the team that shot Bin Laden, shared tales from the front lines on April 23.
Fortune and Florah Mhlanga, native of Zimbabwe, have built a strong Christian family and pioneered programs at four universities, including Lipscomb.
May 2 marks a milestone with 781 commencement participants with May and August graduates.
The College of Bible & Ministry announces Hazelip Scholarship for master's program students.
Annual festival of faith, fellowship and fun, July 1-3, features missionary doctor Kent Brantley.
The Lipscomb community is mourning the loss of Bill Stephens, husband of longtime board of trustee member and friend of Lipscomb, Neika Brewer Stephens.
On April 14, the College of Business celebrated the 20th anniversary of the founding of Lipscomb’s chapter of Delta Mu Delta.
The flea market had its own health screening and consultation booth this spring thanks to a two nursing students' SALT project.
Lipscomb University student athletes fared well at the 2015 university-wide academic awards reception held April 20.
Nashville-area leaders to improve community through unique Collaboration College.
Designer Elizabeth Roney (’08) recently shared her Liz Alig spring 2015 collection and story with the Lipscomb community at an exhibition on April 13 hosted by Rho Xi Delta.
More community areas, updated interiors and new bathroom configurations are in the works for High Rise residence hall.
The red carpet, world premiere of “The Secret Handshake” is set for Wednesday, May 27. The film stars Kevin Sorbo and Amy Grant and is the result of a partnership between Nashville’s Town Square Pictures and Lipscomb University’s College of Entertainment & the Arts.
Lipscomb hosts the second Five-Minute Film Festival, featuring narrative and documentary student films.
Music students at Lipscomb University will soon have the best equipment available for the study of music, as the institution recently announced its commitment to achieving the All-Steinway School designation granted by Steinway & Sons to universities, conservatories and other schools of distinction.
Student Scholars Symposium featured inspiring alumni who pioneered HIV treatment for women at Johns Hopkins.
Lipscomb alumnus honored with award for service to the community.
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.