BEST Robotics Competition 2016 photo gallery

BEST Robotics Competition 2016 photo gallery

Lipscomb hosted the annual BEST Robotics Competition Saturday in Allen Arena. Several local middle and high schools were present for the event. The objective of the competition was to build and utilize a robot to work on a farm, harvest corn, plant new corn seeds, collect the lettuce and the tomatoes and put them in the correct bins.   Photos by Ben Davis...
Dove Awards 2016 photo gallery

Dove Awards 2016 photo gallery

The 47th annual Dove Awards show took place Tuesday in Lipscomb’s Allen Arena. The awards show honored notable Christian artists in the industry while glorifying God through the entire process. The evening was filled with award nominations, performances and worship.   Photos by Ben Davis   « ‹ 1 of 2 › »  ...
‘The 39 Steps’ photo gallery

‘The 39 Steps’ photo gallery

Lipscomb University’s theatre department is putting on the melodrama The 39 Steps. The play, adapted in 2005, was originally a novel by John Buchan written in 1915 and was directed as a movie two decades later by Alfred Hitchcock. The play is directed by Kari Smith. Curtains open Sept. 16, in Lipscomb’s Flatt Amphitheatre at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $17 for adults, $12 for university faculty/staff and $5 for students.   Photos by Ben Davis...
President’s Convocation 2016 photo gallery

President’s Convocation 2016 photo gallery

Lipscomb University’s President’s Convocation took place on August 30, 2016 in Allen Arena, celebrating the start of the 126th academic year. Undergraduate and graduate students from the University, as well as middle and high school students from Lipscomb Academy joined faculty and staff for the celebration.   Photos by Ben...
2016 spring Commencement Ceremony photo gallery

2016 spring Commencement Ceremony photo gallery

Lipscomb celebrated a record number of graduates, a Fulbright scholar, 29 SALT Scholars and three outstanding professors Saturday afternoon in Allen Arena. Over 500 students graduated making it the largest number of students in the university’s history. Chemistry professor C. Kent Clinger gave the invocation, education professor Carrie R. Abood gave the faculty charge and exercise science professor Ruth Henry recognized 29 SALT scholars from six different academic areas. President Randy Lowry charged the students to remember to express gratitude and appreciation to those who helped them get to their graduation. Photos by Ben...