A Light in the Darkness
Inauguration brings a new beginning and future led by President Candice McQueen ('96), sparking Lipscomb to shine brighter in the community and through each and every student.
Students travel through Israel and make deep connections
Passages program helps students connect with the Holy Land of past and present.
Alumna describes in memoir how God used Lipscomb to heal her ‘Fractured Life’
Profits donated to the Fanning-McInteer Fund, providing scholarships for youth who have lost at least one parent.
Freshman gave silver performance at Paralympics
Liza Corso overcame obstacles and is still in awe of her silver medal experience at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.
A Haven for the Homeless
Nashville’s needy can take refuge in nature thanks to the work of environmental sciences graduate Cecelie Eiler.
Kinesiology alum builds huge following as Peloton instructor
Chase Tucker creates his virtual fitness classes to build community and make participants feel loved
Engineering alumna Christie Clayton ensured a firm foundation for supertall NYC skyscraper
One of Lipscomb’s earliest engineering grads kept the trains running safe and consistently during construction of a high-profile future skyscraper in the Big Apple.
Alumnus runs Aegis lab, which has carried out millions of Covid tests during pandemic
Matthew Hardison ('05) oversees lab that has grown from five to 400 employees over two years since COVID hit.
A Tribute to the Lowrys
Friends and colleagues reflect on the Lowry's leadership
President L. Randolph Lowry
Reflecting on 16 years of purposeful growth