Students launch backpack company to empower women
Four Lipscomb students spent the last year-and-a-half developing their product.
Fall 2016 commencement celebrates graduates, 125th anniversary of Lipscomb
Over 400 graduates participated in Lipscomb University’s fall commencement on Saturday, Dec. 17.
Imagine 2016 recommendations released at briefing with Mayor Barry
Lipscomb University officials released four major recommendations for how Nashville might emerge as a global metropolis that will make a positive impact around the world during a briefing with Mayor Megan Barry today.
Lipscomb students from East Tennessee collect two truckloads of donations for victims of wildfires
Two Lipscomb psych students from East Tennessee collected two truckloads of donations and nearly $400 from Lipscomb students in a 24-hour time frame to benefit victims of the Gatlinburg tragedy.
Magic and Cookie Johnson to share story of faith, redemption, community transformation at 2017 Imagine event
Lipscomb University officials announced today that Magic and Cookie Johnson will be the featured guests at Imagine 2017 “Nashville: Prosperity for All Corners of the City” on April 3.
November offers plenty of holiday options to hear Lipscomb vocalists
You don’t have to wait until December to start celebrating the holidays along with Lipscomb's students vocalists.
Women's soccer earns near sweep of ASUN end-of-season awards
After another successful regular season campaign, the Lipscomb women’s soccer team has earned a number of end-of-season accolades from the ASUN, as announced by the league offices on Oct. 26.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month: how to stay safe online
Chris Simmons, assistant professor of computer science and information security, shares expertise on how to stay safe online in light of email phishing scams that typically occur after natural disasters like Hurricane Matthew.
Mama Maggie shares journey of finding God among the poor
On Sept. 22, Lipscomb welcomed Maggie Gobran, an eight-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee who is most commonly known as “Mama Maggie,” to campus for a special chapel presentation in Collins Alumni Auditorium.
Lipscomb mourns the loss of longtime supporter Miles Ezell Jr.
The Lipscomb community is mourning the loss of Ezell, longtime member of Lipscomb’s Board of Trustees and friend of the institution, who died Thursday, Sept. 15, at age 89 following a short illness.