Herrington appointed director of veteran services
April Herrington has been appointed assistant dean of campus life and director of veteran services at the university.
Lipscomb celebrates Independence Day with FREE concert, fireworks
Annie Moses Band and professional fireworks highlight July 1 picnic on campus.
The American Legion Girl's State brings 500+ civic-minded girls to campus
Girls State camp builds girls from all over Tennessee into leaders.
Meyer memorial set for Sunday
A celebration of the life of former coach Don Meyer begins at 2 p.m. in Allen Arena.
NBC Nightly News broadcasts from Bison Square
The campus was in the national spotlight last week when Brian Williams visited.
Ayers Institute offers graduate credit for counselors to increase college access
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.
Caring Connections Conference gives students, counseling professionals chance to build skills
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.
Lipscomb legend Don Meyer loses battle with cancer
Don Meyer, legendary basketball coach and former Bisons head coach, has died.
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