‘Hedda Gabler’ by Second Stage Student Theatre photo gallery

‘Hedda Gabler’ by Second Stage Student Theatre photo gallery

Second Stage Student Theatre (2SST) presents Patrick Marber’s translation of Henrik Ibsen’s “Hedda Gabler.” Directed by senior Scott Patrick Wilson, the show centers around Hedda, a newly-wed bride who is already longing for her freedom and independence. Watch the entirely student-run company’s powerful, minimalist interpretation of Ibsen’s classic play. The show runs from February 28 through March 3. To get tickets, visit 2SST’s event page. Photos by Abigail Miller « ‹ 1 of 7 ›...
Spring on campus 2018 photo gallery

Spring on campus 2018 photo gallery

After a cold, rainy few weeks, Spring has finally arrived on Lipscomb’s campus. Students have traded their tables in the student center for blankets and hammocks on the lawn. Trees that were, just a month ago, blanketed in snow have blossomed with vibrancy. Lumination’s Ellen Butterfield captured the transition season’s effects on campus.   Photos by Ellen Butterfield   « ‹ 1 of 2 ›...
Women’s March 2018 photo gallery

Women’s March 2018 photo gallery

Overwhelming crowds gathered at Public Square Park to march through the streets of downtown Nashville for the 2018 Women’s March on Saturday afternoon. After gathering in the park before 2 p.m., the rally was led in chants and entertained by local, all-female bands. Mayor Megan Berry spoke to the crowd before they marched to the capitol building. « ‹ 1 of 3 ›...
Snow day 2018 photo gallery

Snow day 2018 photo gallery

Students experienced yet another day off from school due to inclement weather after having the Friday before off due to winter weather and yesterday off due to Martin Luther King Jr. Day. In The Gathering today, SGA President Carson Panovec announced that classes after 3 p.m. were officially cancelled, and classes before 10 a.m. on Wednesday morning were also cancelled. To enjoy the snow day, students and people from surrounding neighborhoods used makeshift sleds to slide down the hill of the Lipscomb soccer field....
2017 fall commencement photo gallery

2017 fall commencement photo gallery

More than 400 students were awarded diplomas from Lipscomb University this fall, including eight women from the Tennessee Prison for Women. The traditional students’ graduation ceremony took place in Allen Arena on December 16, while the graduating inmates’ ceremony was the day before at the Tennessee Prison for Women. President Randy Lowry gave the charge to the students at the traditional students’ graduation ceremony. “As you go, take these thoughts with you: you go as part of the Bison herd that numbers about 30,000 alumni; you go as part of a special community that will always respect you, always welcomes you back and always be honored and proud that you a part of it; you go with our deep regard and our great hope that God will work out His plan for your life and that you will see your part in His story.” President Lowry closed with an Old Testament blessing from Numbers 6:24-26: “May the Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord’s face shine upon you and be gracious unto you. May the Lord turn His face towards you and give you peace.”   « ‹ 1 of 2 ›...
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...