Singarama gallery

Singarama gallery

The 56th annual Singarama wrapped up Saturday evening, with the coveted Sweepstakes awarded to “The Wonder Years.” The Sweepstakes award represents a fourth win for “The Wonder Years” after consecutively winning all three other awards for Theme, Music and Staging. The winning group was comprised of the social clubs Phi Sigma, Theta Psi and Kappa Chi, as well as several “friends.” “The Wonder Years” tells the tale of “most responsible child” Andrew Foster, played by Dane Mortensen. After his parents leave for a business trip, Andrew’s “Glammy” whisks him and his two younger siblings away to a weekend biblical retreat. Full story by Kathryn Farris here. Photos by Ben Davis **Note: Feel free to share these photos on your social media! But please remember to abide by our policy and credit Lumination and the hard-working photographer who took these pictures.** Twitter/Instagram: @luminationnet « ‹ 1 of 2 ›...
Stompfest 2018 gallery

Stompfest 2018 gallery

The “Into the Jungle” theme brought Pi Delta first place at the ninth annual StompFest. “We worked hard,”said Pi Delta member Meredith Harris. “I think that we were really dedicated during our practices, so we didn’t have to practice as often… but when we were there we were focused.” Theta Psi snagged second place with a biker theme, and Phi Sigma spies theme claimed third. The other themes included: Phi Nu Lumberjacks, Delta Sigma Cheetah Girls, Delta Omega Magicians, and Sigma Iota Delta JazzerSID. Read Kailey Schuyler’s full story here.   « ‹ 1 of 3 ›...
Dove Awards show gallery

Dove Awards show gallery

Lipscomb welcomed some of the biggest names in Christian music for the 49th Annual GMA Dove Awards Tuesday for a night of celebrating music and worshiping God. For King and Country kicked off the evening with a performance from their new album Burn the Ships, which just reached No. 7 on the Gospel Music Chart. Joel and Luke Smallbone spoke on the inspiration for the album and how important it is to know when to move on. Despite the heavy topic, the pair hope to create a dynamic show. “Art is meant to be creative and lawless and exciting,” Joel Smallbone said. “Hopefully with the show and with the record you feel that sense.” Ready the full story here.   « ‹ 1 of 3 ›...
Gallery: Singarama opens, “Rise and Fall” takes home first award

Gallery: Singarama opens, “Rise and Fall” takes home first award

The 55th annual Lipscomb University Singarama kicked off Thursday, April 5, with performances from three hard-working groups of students. Each night, a panel of 18 judges will focus on one aspect of each group’s performance and announce a winner for that category. This year’s theme is “It Takes Two,” and the judging for the first night was on “Theme”—which group had the best plot and successfully incorporated music into the storyline. The winner of Thursday and Friday night’s performances were “Rise and Fall” directed by Taylor Sain. Director Vince Law and his show, “Name and Address” won the Saturday matinee show.   « ‹ 1 of 3 › »...
Lighting of the Green 2017 Photo Gallery

Lighting of the Green 2017 Photo Gallery

Lipscomb’s annual Lighting of the Green launched the campus into the holiday season this Tuesday night. Musical performances included those by Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith, as is tradition, and joining them was the winner of season nine of NBC’s The Voice, Jordan Smith. Alumni, students and guests were given free hot chocolate and encouraged to “ice skate” on the upper level of the Allen Arena parking garage.   Photos by Ben Davis...