The Agile Rodent

Sideline Special, Dec. 1, 2022

Sideline Special is your home for specialty sports content at Lipscomb and conversations with Bisons coaches and athletes. This week we will talk to junior transfer sports media major Brandon Bigsby who did color commentary for the Battle of the Boulevard this year. Finally, we relive the final moments of the Men s Basketball Battle of the Boulevard.

Battle of the Boulevard

Battle Victory Student s Perspective

Dodgeball

Sideline Special, Nov. 9, 2022

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Shawna Mann and EK Shanahan cover the Annual Halloween Dodgeball Tournament at Lipscomb University

Sideline Special Nov. 1, 2022

Sideline Special is your home for specialty sports content at Lipscomb and conversations with Bisons coaches and athletes. This week we will talk to women s tennis player Liza Diachenko, a graduate student from Ukraine. Finally, Gracie Hall, cross country runner, shares how she turned a passion into a career.

Sideline Special Oct. 26, 2022

Sideline Special is your home for specialty sports content at Lipscomb and conversations with Bisons coaches and athletes. This week we will talk to men s golf member Jason Hong, a graduate student from Sydney, Australia. Finally, Reece Collie, a former track and field student, shows us his talent for juggling and running.

Jack French Trio covers Boulevard of Broken Dreams at the Well

A newly formed band of Lipscomb freshmen took the Black River Stage by storm last Wednesday, reducing the inside of the Well to standing room only as friends from Lipscomb, family, and others from on campus came to watch. The young band The Jack French Trio kept the energy high the entirety of the night, and rounded out their very first performance together beyond Cloud Nine (said Jack French, the leader of the band). It was an incredible performance to witness, and despite one or two minor hiccups in the set list, the band received a standing ovation and a call for an encore, Micah Barkley reports.

Jack French Trio covers Boulevard of Broken Dreams at the Well

Jack French Trio Interview.mp4

Landon_Austin_Final_Project_(Sustainability).mp4

Dr. Emily Jones believes sustainability is about humans thriving within the environment. As the Director of Environmental Science and Sustainability at Lipscomb University, Jones works with students to promote sustainability for today and the future. Landon Austin reports. Music by Kevin MacLeod at filmmusic.io.

Ahmed s Lemonade

Ahmed Amaar is an MBA student at Lipscomb University. But, you can also find him running a lemonade stand. His mom, Salma, taught him how to make lemonade and inspired Salma s Lemonade. Franziska Decker reports.

A Voice for Cuba

Civil rights are fundamental to our lives. We often take them for granted. The people of Cuba have been stripped of their basic freedoms for over six decades. Julianna Corral s grandfather tells his story of living in Cuba and escaping communist rule. Julianna Corral reports.

Lipscomb s LIFE Program

Lipscomb University s LIFE program offers access to education to multiple individuals. It is an opportunity for persons incarcerated to further their education and connect with the outside. For a traditional undergraduate student, it is a transformative experience. Dr. Robbie Spivey gives us a glimpse into what it is and why it is important. Hannah Sever reports.

Tweeting Nashville Severe Weather

Will Minkoff runs the Nashville Severe Weather Twitter and blog page. These resources are Nashville s go to resources for information during severe weather events. From tornados to snow to flooding, the group provides dependable real time weather coverage. Kathryn Farris talked to Minkoff about the prevalence of storm anxiety in our community. Following the deadly tornados and flooding in middle Tennessee, he shares insights into the causes of this phenomenon and prevention strategies for storm anxiety. Kathryn Farris reports.

Reflecting On Covid 19

Covid 19 changed our way of life. Lost in the chaos was the social impact it had on students. In March of 2020, students left for spring break only to find that they wouldn t be returning to campus. Blake shares the impact this abrupt change in life had on him and how he has coped. Spencer Barnabee reports. Music by Purple Planet.

Scrolling On Purpose

Technology has been progressing and infiltrating society at break neck speed since 1950. Anxiety and depression diagnoses have followed close behind. Lily Corley explores the correlation and seeks to uncover the path to flourishing in an iWorld. This piece features Dr. Shanna Ray, Associate Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

What Could Happen to Me?

It was all very scary. ... I don t know where to start. states a Lipscomb University student who found herself in a situation where she potentially violated the university s alcohol policy. Fear and misunderstanding of the university s alcohol policy often leads to students not wanting to participate or report other, more serious crimes. While the university has an amnesty clause in support of Title IX, this fear can lead to a complex situation. Emma Shananan reports. Written by: Emma Shanahan Produced by: Emma Shanahan Shawna Mann

Fueling Our Life

Food is a critical part of everyday life, and we each choose how we will fuel our bodies through the food we eat. My hope is that by watching this short documentary, you will gain a better understanding of what it takes to eat healthily. and that you will strengthen your desire to do so. Ashlyn Liddle reports in this animated documentary.

Women In Sports

Shawna Mann explores how women at Lipscomb are taking on gender stereotypes in sports and changing a predominantly male industry.

SPORTS EXTRA S2022 Shawna Mann Laney Pack.mp4

This is one of four anchor teams of this semester s SPORTS EXTRA, the final project of Multimedia Storytelling class of the School of Communication at Lipscomb University. This is typically the students first experience with video packages and use of the TV production studio.

SPORTS EXTRA S2022 Macy Grubbs Madison Schomer.mp4

This is one of four anchor teams of this semester s SPORTS EXTRA, the final project of Multimedia Storytelling class of the School of Communication at Lipscomb University. This is typically the students first experience with video packages and use of the TV production studio.

SPORTS EXTRA S2022 Laura Bailey Ben Butcher.mp4

This is one of four anchor teams of this semester s SPORTS EXTRA, the final project of Multimedia Storytelling class of the School of Communication at Lipscomb University. This is typically the students first experience with video packages and use of the TV production studio.