Homecoming 2018 gallery

Homecoming 2018 gallery

Photo gallery by Mckenzi Harris The Bisons topped Tennessee State by a score of 86-79 at Allen Arena as Lipscomb alumni and fans descended on campus for Homecoming Weekend. “[TSU] really played with more passion and energy than we did for a lot of the night,” Lipscomb coach Casey Alexander said. “But I give our guys great credit for just staying with it in a tough game where it wasn’t smooth and [still] finding a way to win.” In addition to the Homecoming basketball game, festivities included a Homecoming Parade on Friday afternoon, various reunion events, a tailgate before the Homecoming game and more. For the full coverage on the basketball game, see Russell Vannozzi’s story....
Homecoming Parade photo gallery

Homecoming Parade photo gallery

Featured image by Mckenzi Harris Lipscomb hosted its 1st annual Homecoming parade to kick off the Homecoming festivities. The parade started from behind McFarland and traveled all around campus, stopping at Allen Circle. As students waited for the parade to circle through outside of High Rise, student life provided drinks, cheeseburgers and hot dogs for everyone to eat along with boxed chips and cookies to munch on as well. The parade consisted of cars, pickup trucks, scooters — you name it — filled with people and signs telling who they were representing or what their theme was. Social clubs, SGA, campus-wide clubs, including the RA’s within Residential Life, the College of Education, Leading Edge, the IDEAL program, the Biology department and more, participated in the parade with homemade floats. Tomorrow there is also a tailgate from 12-2:30 p.m. before the men’s basketball game vs. TSU at 3 p.m. There is a contest among the clubs going on; whoever is the most creative with its tailgate and parade float wins $500. Photos by...
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 ›...
2018 Tau Phi Cowboy Show Photo Gallery

2018 Tau Phi Cowboy Show Photo Gallery

Tau Phi hosted its 39th annual Cowboy Show at Collins Alumni Auditorium on Saturday evening. Directed by Tau Phi member Jonathan Flatt and assistant director Wyatt Eaton, the show featured both new and classical country hits. Act 1, started off with a bang when members of Tau Phi sang, “John Deere (Tau Phi) Green.” The show featured a lot of variety, with solo, group and medley acts. The covers ranged from George Strait to Maddie & Tae. Collins Alumni Auditorium was a packed house, with students, alumni and parents here for Lipscomb parents weekend filling the audience. Click through the gallery below to check out scenes from the...
Guatemala missions: film photo gallery

Guatemala missions: film photo gallery

Recent graduate Ellen Butterfield recounted one of her “most fulfilling” Lipscomb experiences by sharing a daily journal and collection of images she shot on film while in Guatemala for a spring break mission trip. Read the full story...