Obama’s former faith-based initiatives chief speaks Dec. 5
Joshua Dubois, author of "The President's Devotional" will speak and sign his book on campus.
Lipscomb in lead for Atlantic Sun Conference All-Sports trophy after fall sports
Lipscomb leads the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Sports race following the completion of the 2013 fall sports seasons.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Alex Jones speaks Dec. 4
The Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership presents Don R. Elliott Lecture Series.
Lennon & Maisy, Amy Grant, Nicole C. Mullen, Brenda Lee headline Lighting of the Green
The community is invited for free holiday music, lights and fun at Lighting of the Green Dec. 3.
Renovated SAC facilities provide additional conveniences
On Nov. 14, Lipscomb celebrated the completion of another phase of the Student Activities Center.
New pharmaceutical sciences research center enhances discovery
The development of an enzyme or drug that will fight cancer could be one of the many discoveries made in the center.
Student journalist Kelly Dean receives CMA award for excellence
Senior Kelly Dean has received the Country Music Association’s highly-regarded CMA Close Up Award of Merit.
Tennessean executive editor speaks to communication students
Accuracy, work ethic and commitment are more important in the digital age than ever before, said Maria De Varenne.
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