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As many Americans are finding their schedules and routines upended by COVID-19, Lipscomb's experts have a few tips for staying mentally healthy during this unique time.
Serving our community is an important part of who we are. Our Bison student athletes are making an impact in the lives of young people through this special program.
University offices announced on Wednesday, March 18, that classes will continue online for the remainder of spring semester due to the impact of COVID-19.
Lipscomb among just over 350 universities nationwide with the community engagement designation.
On March 3 the Middle Tennessee area was hit by a series of tornadoes that brought destruction to five counties. A hallmark of the Lipscomb community is serving others. Find out how you can help.
On 02/20/2020, the Lipscomb community showed up and showed out for the second annual Lipscomb Day of Giving.
Student-hosted forum featured women who have served on Tennessee’s Supreme Court before the 2020 Fred Gray dinner.
Global learning is an important part of the Lipscomb University experience as the city is our campus and the world is our classroom.
This February, the Office of Intercultural Development focuses on African Americans and the right to vote through activities and learning opportunities
On February 10, former and current Tennessee Supreme Court justices will lead a conversation on current issues in the state