Annual spiritual camp includes generous giving and service as well as worship and fun.
Two College of Education programs ranked among the best in nation by NCTQ.
TriStar sponsored program introduces teens to ambulances, simulated patients.
This year, 78.83 percent of student-athletes posted a 3.0 grade point average or better.
Sarah Nance ('13) to present on communication in technology at Kaspersky conference.
The inaugural Leadership Tennessee class reflected on lessons learned June 9.
THSPA J-Camp welcomes high schoolers from all over Tennessee.
Milton Chen, formerly of 'Sesame Street,' will speak at education college June 27.
One social-minded entrepreneur will recieve a $44,280 scholarship.
Two Lipscomb track and field athletes will compete in the NCAA national finals in Oregon June 11-14.
Individuals and organizations that are doing business the right way were honored Wednesday, June 4, at the fourth annual Business with a Purpose awards luncheon and Integrity Forum.
The Lipscomb/Nissan BisonBot Camps are teaching 124 youngsters engineering.
A video by three students was a finalist in NASBA annual Video Competition.
Christian Scholars' Conference features Phyllis Tickle of Publisher's Weekly.
April Herrington has been appointed assistant dean of campus life and director of veteran services at the university.
Annie Moses Band and professional fireworks highlight July 1 picnic on campus.
Girls State camp builds girls from all over Tennessee into leaders.
A celebration of the life of former coach Don Meyer begins at 2 p.m. in Allen Arena.
The campus was in the national spotlight last week when Brian Williams visited.
High school counselors and those who work with youth have a new, innovative way to more effectively counsel and connect young people with college opportunities.
Lipscomb students, professors and licensed professionals had the chance to build skills and network with other professionals and colleagues for a day at the third annual Caring Connections Conference.
Don Meyer, legendary basketball coach and former Bisons head coach, has died.
When Tyler Anderson walked across the stage to claim his diploma at spring commencement May 3, he was marking more than just the completion of his undergraduate studies. It also marked a celebration of life.
Lipscomb University’s 2014 retirees have a heart for teaching and pouring into students’ lives both in the Lipscomb and Nashville communities.