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Christian pop duo, For King and Country, at Lipscomb University's weekly chapel
The Australian brothers made an appearance on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at the Gathering, Lipscomb University’s weekly chapel for all students. Luke, his brother Joel, and their band performed five songs for the students including fan-favorites, “Priceless” and “Fix My Eyes.”
Haslam to speak at Oct. 18 Nashville Business Breakfast
The 49th Governor of Tennessee, Bill Haslam will be the headline speaker at Lipscomb University’s Nashville Business Breakfast on Oct. 18. Doors open at 6:45 a.m. with the program beginning at 7 a.m.
Ayers Institute launches new podcast series focused on teacher stories
In January 2018, the Lipscomb University’s Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning & Innovation released the first episode of its new podcast series, “My Why: Stories of Inspiration from Educators.”
At Lipscomb, education is never complete with Lifelong Learning Program
The Lifelong Learning Senior Alumni Project offers non-credit courses for senior adults. Each class is taught on campus by teachers who are highly qualified and passionate in their subject.
Homecoming 2018 set for Nov. 9-11
Homecoming 2018 continues tradition with Bison Day, basketball and Lipscomb Honors, Nov. 9-11
Bison assistant Brad Coon to lead Lipscomb Academy high school baseball program
Former professional player and Lipscomb University assistant coach Brad Coon has been named head coach of Lipscomb Academy’s high school varsity baseball program, athletic director Mike Roller announced today.
Education alumnus is the new 2018 MasterChef
Gerron Hurt, a master's grad in education, became the 2018 MasterChef on Wednesday.
Another successful summer of research for Langford Yates Scholars
Four students received a Langford-Yates fellowship to conduct scientific research with Lipscomb faculty this summer.
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