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 › »...
Full Moon Fest 2018 gallery

Full Moon Fest 2018 gallery

Lipscomb students raised $6,130 for inner-city Nashville kids Friday evening at Full Moon Fest, a student-led, 1950’s-themed benefit concert and dance party in the Student Activity Center. “I’m really excited to support YES because I think they’re doing a really great thing with the community,” student Allie Chambers said. Story here by Maria Morales. Gallery by Anna Rogers. « ‹ 1 of 3 ›...
Frankie Henry photo gallery

Frankie Henry photo gallery

March 5-9 was Women’s Empowerment Week on Lipscomb’s campus, and the week concluded with a message from social activist Frankie Henry. Henry spoke on Friday in Ezell chapel, sharing incredible and moving stories from her life and experience in activism.   Photos by Ellen Butterfield...
Women’s Empowerment Week Gallery

Women’s Empowerment Week Gallery

Women’s Empowerment Week is this week at Lipscomb University. Led by student co-directors Sena Seged and Leslie Garcia, sessions throughout the week include The Lydia Conference Wednesday, International Women’s Day Thursday and lunch with Nashville civil rights icon Frankie Henry Friday. The photos below are from Monday’s session, a keynote speech by Gabrielle Thompson of Free for Life International.  ...
‘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 ›...