Lipscomb University accreditation reaffirmed for second consecutive time without recommendation for improvement
Lipscomb University officials have received reaffirmation of its accreditation through 2027 from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
Goat Yoga brings stress relief to students
On Thursday, Dec. 7, Lipscomb University’s Counseling Center and Student Life Office offered two free Goat Yoga classes, a popular yoga trend that has taking the fitness world by storm, to help alleviate the rising stress levels of students.
Bisons break out brooms against Belmont
Casey Alexander's squad used a stifling defensive effort and timely shooting to down rival Belmont 69-54 on Monday night at Allen Arena. The victory gave the Purple and Gold a season sweep of the Bruins, the first since the 2009-10 season.
Congressman John Lewis, attorney Fred D. Gray share experiences of Nashville sit-ins with LJS students, community leaders
On Dec. 4, Lipscomb University’s Fred D. Gray Institute for Law, Justice & Society, housed in the College of Leadership & Public Service, recognized the impact that young people can have on society as it brought together those who have impacted society in the past to share their experiences with the next generation of students who will play key roles in their communities in the future.
College of Business named top undergrad program in Tennessee, among top in the nation in 2017 'Poets&Quants for Undergrads' ranking
Lipscomb University’s College of Business has been ranked the top in Tennessee and among the top in the nation by Poets&Quants for Undergrads, the leading online publication for undergraduate business education news.
13th annual Lighting of the Green features critically acclaimed holiday tour
Hundreds of Nashville community members had a free front row seat to a critically acclaimed holiday tour featuring multiplatinum, Grammy-winners Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith as well as “The Voice” season nine champion Jordan Smith as part of Lipscomb University’s 13th annual Lighting of the Green event on Nov. 28.
Deion Sims, Sonnie Givens selected as 2017-18 Bachelor of Ugliness, Miss Lipscomb by peers
Two student leaders involved in research, student government, medical missions, the Diverse Student Coalition and the IDEAL program were selected as Lipscomb’s 2017-18 Bachelor of Ugliness and Miss Lipscomb.
Holiday gift-wrapping service project to benefit community outreach programs
Preparing for the holidays just got a little easier thanks to Pi Kappa Sigma, the Lipscomb women’s service club.
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