Business college awards Hero of Business title to Sarah Cannon CEO
Dee Anna Smith was honored as the 2013 Hero of Business at a Friday luncheon and student session.
Lowry to be featured guest on 'Now That You Ask' interview Nov. 5
The Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership presents forum hosted by Tom Ingram Nov. 5.
Beloved musical 'Les Misérables' performed Nov. 6-9
The Departments of Theatre and Music present the smash hit musical “Les Misérables,” Nov. 6-9, at 7:30 p.m. in Collins.
Students see frontlines of legal profession at free clinic Nov. 4
The Institute for Law, Justice and Society is offering a free community legal clinic, Monday, Nov. 4.
‘Professional Women’s Event’ gives lessons in business dress
Career-minded women get free advice on networking, latest trends in business fashion at Nov. 7 event.
Former death row inmate and son highlight forgiveness
Gaile Owens and son Stephen told story of reconcilation at SALT event on campus Thursday.
Lipscomb among top universities in nation for salary potential for graduates
PayScale College Salary Report names Lipscomb one of the top universities in the region.
Hispanic outreach, ministry expert to lead Latino affairs
Lisa Steele, well known as Hispanic minister at Antioch Church of Christ, appointed coordinator of Latino affairs.
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