Several ASCE students set aside a Sunday in October to assist disabled Marine veteran, William Hunter. Hunter had contacted ASCE Vice President, and fellow Marine veteran, David Callahan with the request to seal the deck of his home. The students not only did that, but also cleaned the yard, cut the grass, and pressure cleaned Hunter’s house.
Lipscomb University will be hosting its annual fall commencement on Saturday Dec. 16 at 2 p.m. in Allen Arena.
Established in 2017, the Fred D. Gray scholarship is in its second year of honoring and helping Lipscomb students pursue their education in the world of law. Kristiane Higgs, Katherine Climaco, Paulina Martinez and Grant Brown are all students in the Fred D. Gray Institute for Law, Justice, and Society at Lipscomb University. They were presented the award in respect to the impactful work Dr. Gray has done as a lawyer and civil rights activist.
Even though the transition from the Marines to college was difficult, Dillon Volpi said the veteran services office gave him unlimited resources to succeed.
The Lipscomb community is celebrating its first online graduates at December commencement set for Dec. 15.
Chris Simmons, professor of computer science and software engineering, shares his insight into the recent Marriott data breach and what consumers should expect.
Saturday marks a milestone for Lipscomb’s College of Professional Studies' FlexPACE program as its first five students are set to receive their diplomas at December commencement.
Jocelyn Hernandez, a senior psychology major, will become the first of her family to graduate college on Dec. 15.
Two of Lipscomb University's business students facilitated a business accelerator course to seven Latino immigrants at the Hispanic Family Foundation.
Lipscomb University has launched a new Center for Analytics & Informatics to integrate the study of data analytics in academic programs spanning a variety of disciplines to better equip the next generation of data-driven professionals in any industry or career field.
On Nov. 26, the Fred D. Gray Institute convened conversations examining criminal justice reform and the influence mass incarceration has had on marginalized communities. The conversation featured Marc A. Levin, vice president of the criminal justice program for the Texas Public Policy Foundation (which he founded in 2005) and Right on Crime, and Udi Ofer, deputy national political director for the ACLU and director of the ACLU’s Campaign for Smart Justice, which is dedicated to ending mass incarceration in the United States.
This Christmas season, Lipscomb University’s chapter of Collegiate 100 partnered with the Black Student Union in a toy fundraiser for the Last Minute Toy Store. LMTS is a nonprofit that provides toys for children in low-income families within the Nashville community.
The gray day and chilly weather did not dampen the spirits of several hundred members of the Lipscomb community who gathered Monday afternoon, Dec. 3, to celebrate a milestone in the construction of the new George Shinn Event Center.
On Thursday, Dec. 6, otherwise known as "dead day," Lipscomb University will provide opportunities to pet dogs and kittens to help alleviate student's stress.
Fueled by his passion for history, Timothy D. Johnson has just released his seventh book, “For Duty and Honor.” His fourth in regards to the Mexican-American War, Johnson’s newest book focuses exclusively on the role of Tennesseans in the conflict, and the brave soldiers who earned the state the nickname, “the Volunteer State.”
Daves Highway released “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” for free to allow as many people as possible to listen to their new single.
Lipscomb University officials announced today that former Aspen Institute CEO, author and journalist, Walter Isaacson, will be the featured guest at Imagine 2019 on April 15.
For many students who take part in Lipscomb University’s Global Learning program, they spend a full semester immersed in other cultures. This Thanksgiving, students in the fall 2018 trip to Florence, Italy found a way to share their own culture with the locals.
Lipscomb graduate Patrick Carpenter attributes E.P. success to the support and encouragement from his former professors.
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team’s historical streak of achievements continues as the Bisons are nationally-ranked by Top Drawer Soccer for the first time in program history.
Holiday health tips from Anne Lowery, Associate Professor and Director of Dietetic Internship Program at Lipscomb University.
Lipscomb University’s accounting program, housed in the College of Business, has been ranked the top program in Tennessee and among the top 10 percent in the nation in the 2019 College Factual rankings. This is the second year Lipscomb’s accounting program has been named the top program in Tennessee.
Dr. Witherspoon Nash and students in the addictions specialist program are educating children, and their parents, in Metro Nashville Public Schools on the use of drugs and other substances.
Lipscomb commercial music student Ele Ivory rocked the stage this summer in the NBC American television series and vocal competition The Voice. Ivory made it as far as the nationally broadcast blind auditions where she performed for four celebrity judges.
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