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Former Gov. Phil Bredesen shares insight into political past with newest “now that you ask…” conversation

Former Tennessee Gov. Phil Bredesen has done it all. Read the full story

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Pulitzer winner Jon Meacham joins newest installment of “now that you ask…”

Pulitzer Prize winner and former Newsweek editor-in-chief Jon Meacham sat down with Tom Ingram in the newest installment of the now that you ask… series to discuss his life so far as a journalist, author and historian. Read the full story

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Media legends Alex S. Jones, John Seigenthaler Sr. offer their take on journalism’s future in digital world

Attendees of the Don R. Elliott Distinguished Presidential Lecture dinner Wednesday night had the chance to hear two of journalism’s most ardent defenders share their thoughts on where the medium is headed. Read the full story

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Lipscomb president Randy Lowry speaks of past, present and future at ‘Now That You Ask…’ conversation

Lipscomb president Randy Lowry sat down with Tom Ingram for the newest installment of the “Now That You Ask…” series Tuesday night, shedding light on his time as president of the university.  Read the full story

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Campus Notes – June 20

Here are some newsworthy links making their way around campus this week.

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Lumination Newscast, March 15, 2013

In this semester’s eighth installment of Lumination News, Caitlin Selle and Nick Glende are behind the news desk to update you about what’s happening on campus.

Ariel Jones brings you up to speed with sports, Brianna Langley fills you in on the week’s top world news headlines, Nicolette Carney gives the scoop on all things entertainment and Brynn Watkins delivers your weather forecast.

This week’s newscast features insight into the Walk Off the Earth Concert, a look into last week’s Tokens broadcast, information about the new pope, a feature on Lipscomb’s Hannah Phillips and reporting from Hawaii, Savanna Schubert lets you see how the Lady Bisons golf team is doing on the sandy beaches. We also take a closer look at the top three majors to graduate with, how technology effects our lives, information about Wednesday’s Pizza and Politics and a quick look at the intramurals basketball championship last week, as well as our weekly Nashville Spotlight and Tweets of the Week.

Be sure to stay tuned for future newscasts published every Friday here on Lumination!

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Nashville Weather:

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Saturday 01/310%
Overcast
Mostly cloudy. Lows overnight in the upper 30s.
Rain
Sunday 02/0190%
Rain
Rain. High near 55F. Winds S at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 90%. Rainfall near a half an inch.
Partly Cloudy
Monday 02/020%
Partly Cloudy
Cloudy early with partial sunshine expected late. High near 35F. Winds NNW at 15 to 25 mph.

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