Bryan Crisman, longtime member of the Lipscomb University Board of Trustees and friend of the institution, died Sunday evening, April 10 at the age of 97 in Memphis.
A healthy campus is a happy campus, and the Lipscomb community will have an opportunity to learn more about healthy lifestyles and resources that are available at the annual HealthyU Expo Wednesday, April 13.
For its third year, Lipscomb University’s College of Entertainment & the Arts, Department of Cinematic Arts, Department of Communication and Journalism in association with HumanDocs held its 5 Minute Film Festival, the university’s premier film event, on Friday, April 8, in Shamblin Theatre.
Lipscomb University’s Institute for Sustainable Practice hosts its 2016 Sustainability Summit, presented by Nissan, on campus Wednesday, April 13, featuring GreenBiz.com's Joel Makower.
A dedication and ribbon cutting event will be held on Friday, April 15, to celebrate the grand opening of Lipscomb's newest academic facility: the addition to the almost 50-year-old McFarland Science Center. Following the ceremony will be the inaugural J.S. Ward Society Leadership dinner to celebrate the past, present and future of the Lipscomb Science Program.
Lipscomb Theatre presents You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, April 8-16, in Collins Alumni Auditorium, based on the comic strip “Peanuts” by Charles M. Schulz.
Andy Borchers joins Allison Duke on the College of Business' academic leadership team after his recent appointment as associate dean of the college.
The Leading Edge hosted, a student-led group that seeks out areas on campus that need improvement, hosted a “Sexual Assault Awareness Day” on April 5 to equip Lipscomb’s students with knowledge about sexual assault and what to do to prevent it should a situation arise.
On March 22, nearly 300 students came to listen to marriage and dating experts, Andy and Amanda Savage, discuss dating, marriage and sex, in the context of a God-centered relationship.
Lipscomb University’s Department of Psychology and Counseling is teaming up with Cumberland Heights’ alcohol and drug abuse recovery center to create a specialized program for students in the CACREP-accredited Master of Science degree in clinical mental health counseling track this spring.
A group of Lipscomb graduate film students recently had the opportunity to work on the set of a special Sesame Street production in Nashville with faculty member Steve Feldman.
Lipscomb University was well represented by alumni Kelsea Ballerini and Thomas Rhett at the 51st annual Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards that aired on CBS on Sunday, April 3.
Lipscomb University’s John C. Hutcheson Gallery presents “Daylight Salad Days,” an exhibit by visual artist Robert Scobey, April 4 through May 4.
On Wednesday, April 6, Lipscomb University classes will be cancelled for the afternoon as students, faculty and staff disperse between nearly 50 different agencies across Middle Tennessee for the university's annual Service Day.
One of Lipscomb University’s premier programs to develop the next generation of innovative entrepreneurial leaders, the Kittrell Pitch Competition, received a $5,000 grant from Launch Tennessee this spring.
Bayan Sami Abdul Rahman, Kurdistan Regional Government Representative to the United States is the featured speaker at an international briefing on ISIS and the refugee crisis at Lipscomb University on Tuesday, April 5.
Of the nine players on the Lipscomb women’s tennis team, each comes from a different country around the world. As a part of a spring break mission trip, the team worked with World Relief Nashville to help refugee families adjust to life in American culture, just as eight of these student athletes did themselves.
As a part of Lipscomb’s Welcome to our World (WOW) Week 2016, Lipscomb presents its second annual International Food Fest featuring 11 food trucks offering international cuisine, on Thursday, April 7, from 12-3 p.m.
William Lofton Turner, a former fellow in Barack Obama's senate office, brings scholarly expertise.
The annual Baseball Alumni Weekend will have even more significance this spring when five former baseball players are inducted into the Lipscomb Athletics Hall of Fame.
Elizabeth Ashwood, a freshman international relations and French major, as well as member of the Lipscomb women’s soccer team, has recently spent time with students from Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet High School in Nashville helping them prepare and compete in the Tennessee World Affairs Council’s annual Academic WorldQuest competition, which was held on Feb. 22, and hosted by Belmont University.
For its seventh year, Lipscomb's Department of Communication and Journalism has sent gifted students who have published or broadcast standout work on the university’s Lumination Network to the Southeast Journalism Conference to compete against some of the top journalism schools in the region.
For the members of the Lipscomb women’s basketball team, growing better on the court is not the only goal for each season. The student athletes and their coaching staff make it a priority to not only improve as players, but to grow as women also.
Carrie Thornthwaite, professor of education at Lipscomb, was named the 2016 recipient of the Mary Morris Award for Exemplary Service to Society.