More than 800 students to participate in Lipscomb’s annual Service Day
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.
Lipscomb’s Center for Entrepreneurship receives LaunchTN grant in support of Kittrell Pitch Competition
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.
Kurdistan Regional Government Representative to the United States to discuss ISIS, refugee crisis at Lipscomb University April 5
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.
Lipscomb women’s tennis team serves local refugees
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.
Lipscomb presents second annual International Food Fest as part of WOW WEEK 2016
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.
National expert in family and health public policy joins college faculty
William Lofton Turner, a former fellow in Barack Obama's senate office, brings scholarly expertise.
Five to be added to Lipscomb athletics Hall of Fame
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.
Lipscomb student coaches local high school team to Academic WorldQuest victory
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.
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