Cinematic Arts hosts free screening of Waiting for the Miracle to Come Tuesday, Oct. 3
Award-winning Australian filmmaker Lian Lunson will premiere her new film Waiting for the Miracle to Come, a faith allegory starring Charlotte Ramping, for the first time in Nashville on Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. in Lipscomb University’s Shamblin Theatre.
Spark celebrates grand opening downtown
Lipscomb University is now part of Nashville’s bustling downtown district with the opening of its latest Spark location at the corner of 4th Avenue North and Commerce Street on Sept. 19.
Hutcheson Gallery to feature photography exhibit by Gretchen Haien Oct. 16 through Dec. 15
Lipscomb University’s John C. Hutcheson Gallery presents “Beyond the Material,” an exhibit by award-winning artist and photographer Gretchen Haien, Oct. 16 through Dec. 15.
Coca Cola comes to campus
Coke products went on sale on Monday and a Coca Cola Launch Party will be held on Oct 6, Family Weekend.
Music veteran Charlie Peacock ‘passes baton’ to Brown Bannister, new interim director of School of Music
Music industry veteran Charlie Peacock is passing the baton as director of Lipscomb University’s School of Music to Grammy winning producer Brown Bannister.
Business with Purpose Awards recognize local leaders for dedication to corporate governance, integrity
Lipscomb's Hilton & Sallie Dean Institute for Corporate Governance & Integrity hosted the seventh annual Business with Purpose Awards luncheon on Tuesday, Sept. 12 at Nashville's Music City Center.
Katrina evacuation leads to new beginning in Nashville
As much of the southern portion of the United States was pummeled by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma in recent weeks and scenes of destruction left in their wake has been ever-present on news outlets across the country, images of another storm came to Lipscomb employee Suzonne Reed’s mind.
Lipscomb celebrates new downtown location with Spark grand opening Tuesday, Sept. 19
Lipscomb University will officially become part of Nashville’s bustling downtown district with the grand opening of its latest Spark location at the corner of 4th Avenue and Commerce Street on Tuesday, Sept. 19, at a ceremony set for 10 a.m. The ceremony is open to the public and all are invited to attend.
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