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.
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.
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.
Coke products went on sale on Monday and a Coca Cola Launch Party will be held on Oct 6, Family Weekend.
Music industry veteran Charlie Peacock is passing the baton as director of Lipscomb University’s School of Music to Grammy winning producer Brown Bannister.
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.
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 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.
Nashville’s WKRN (ABC) will host a town hall discussion on Nashville’s real estate boom on Thursday, Sept. 14 from 6:30-7 p.m. in Lipscomb University’s Collins Alumni Auditorium.
Lipscomb University’s George Shinn College of Entertainment & the Arts hosts entertainer Tisha Campbell-Martin for "Actress Insights: A Conversation with Tisha Campbell-Martin."
For the second time in school history, Lipscomb University has been ranked as a top-tier comprehensive national university in the annual U.S. News & World Report’s “2018 America’s Guide to Colleges” released Sept. 12.
Lipscomb University’s Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning & Innovation presents its 2017 Fortify Conference Wednesday, Sept. 13, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This year's conference examines the theme “Learning in the 21st Century,” and topics are relevant to current-service, pre-service and higher education teachers and leaders.
In remembrance of the 16th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, students from within Lipscomb University’s Campus Veterans Organization held a special memorial service to honor the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2002.
Lipscomb University is celebrating several milestones as well as the opening of a new residence hall as fall semester 2017 is in full swing.
On Tuesday, Sept. 12, Levi Lusko, lead pastor of Fresh Life Church, author and the founder of the Skull Church and the O2 Experience, will join The Gathering as the featured speaker. The Gathering will begin at 10:55 a.m. in Allen Arena, and is free and open to the public.
Lipscomb University President L. Randolph Lowry released the following statement in response to today’s decision by President Trump to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Lipscomb's IDEAL program graduates are taking their skills into the Nashville workforce and making their professional dreams come true.
Ruth Corey, new executive director of the School of Nursing, follows the call of nursing to Lipscomb University.
The Lipscomb community gathered on Tuesday, Aug. 29 for the President's Convocation, which formally marked the 127th academic year.
Casey Alexander's goals for the Bison basketball program stretch far beyond winning.
Lipscomb University’s School of Music, in partnership with the Nashville Chapter of the American Harp Society, presents Duo Scorpio, a New York City-based harp duo who will be making its Nashville debut on Saturday, Sept. 30, from 7:30-9 p.m. in Lipscomb's Ward Lobby. This show is free and open to the public.
With scenes of flooding and devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Harvey with heavy rains expected to fall for several more days headlining the news, a number of students, faculty and staff are watching with keen interest to catch a glimpse of their hometowns to see the impact on loved ones in the area.
Tennessee Education Commissioner Candice McQueen recently announced that Lipscomb University’s College of Education is one of four educator preparation providers (EPPs) that have been awarded grants to design new strategies that will support the development of a diverse educator workforce, increase production of educators in high-demand licensure areas, and promote collaboration to improve educator preparation in literacy.
Magic and Cookie Johnson headlined Imagine 2017 with their story of redemption and generosity,
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