On Wednesday, March 29, nearly 1,000 Lipscomb students, faculty and staff will lend a helping hand to schools, groups, agencies and other organizations as part of Lipscomb University’s annual Service Day.
Miles and Erica Aubrey, a Nashville-based couple with a broad range of Broadway, TV, film, and music credits, will lead a full day of performance workshops and serve as celebrity co-hosts for the Nashville High School Musical Theatre Awards, or “Spotlight Awards,” presented in partnership between the nonprofit Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) and Lipscomb University on May 13.
Each year, in an effort to embrace each individual that makes the Lipscomb University so special, the Office of Intercultural Development provides opportunities for students to learn about and engage in different cultures through the university’s annual Welcome to Our World (WOW) week, March 27-31.
Lipscomb’s head baseball coach Jeff Forehand picked up the 500th of his 17-year career as a collegiate coach Friday as the Bisons defeated Evansville at home March 24.
Lipscomb University became the first private university in Middle Tennessee to be designated a VETS Campus by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) in a special ceremony on March 24.
The Lipscomb University Bison Baseball team is set to take on the Vanderbilt Commodores at First Tennessee Park on Tuesday, March 28.