Spring commencement marks many special milestones
On May 2, the anticipation of getting a college degree became a reality for 781 students.
Nashville has changed in five years following historic flood of 2010
Five years ago this past weekend, Nashville and the Lipscomb community experienced one of the worst weather events in the city’s history. A look back at Lipscomb's response and how the community has changed in the years that have followed.
IDEAL students give back during annual Service Day
IDEAL students were among nearly 800 students who served at 50+ Nashville organizations on Service Day April 8.
Local community hears from decorated Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill
A member of SEAL Team Six, the team that shot Bin Laden, shared tales from the front lines on April 23.
A faith journey 8,000 miles long
Fortune and Florah Mhlanga, native of Zimbabwe, have built a strong Christian family and pioneered programs at four universities, including Lipscomb.
Commencement features largest group of students, Pat Boone leads alma mater
May 2 marks a milestone with 781 commencement participants with May and August graduates.
New graduate Bible scholarship honors president emeritus Hazelip
The College of Bible & Ministry announces Hazelip Scholarship for master's program students.
Summer Celebration 2015 asks, 'Are you Deployed for Christ?’
Annual festival of faith, fellowship and fun, July 1-3, features missionary doctor Kent Brantley.
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