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May is Mental Health Month, and the University Counseling Center continues to provide resources for students adversely affected by the global health crisis
During this unique time in our world, Lipscomb is serving the community by sharing resources to help navigate these uncharted waters.
The Lipscomb community continues to find ways to serve during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Majors and minors from the Department of Communication and Journalism recognized as finalists and winners by the Society of Professional Journalists and Tennessee Associated Press
The IDEAL program celebrated another milestone with its sixth cohort to celebrate the completion of the program even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Commencement looked a little different this year, but the COVID-19 pandemic did not dampen the celebration of academic achievements of graduates.
Housed within the Lipscomb chapter of PRSSA, Herd House gives students real-life experience in the fields of advertising, public relations and social media
SALT Scholars research legal, social and technological solutions to society’s problems, all before graduation
University officials are hard at work planning for the arrival of students on campus this fall.
At 80 years old, Linda Rhine will celebrate years of hard work and dedication as she graduates with the Class of 2020