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Lipscomb Cinematic and Theatre Arts programs join to create mini-web series

Lipscomb’s Cinematic and Theatre Arts programs are working together to create “Drama Major,” a mini-web series that will showcase students both in front of and behind the camera. Read the full story

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Swang renovations bring new technology, learning opportunities

Lipscomb’s Swang Business Center is getting a face lift including the addition of the BAYMAR Telepresence Center and renovations to classrooms, which have not been updated since their construction in 1984.   Read the full story

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Starbucks’ price changes await returning students

Students returning this fall can expect to see a variety of changes across campus, but perhaps the most noticeable will be a raise in prices at Starbucks. Read the full story

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Lipscomb swings prove more history than ‘three swings and a ring’ saying

Lipscomb’s three swings and a ring saying likely grew because there are so many swings on campus and so often passers-by see couples sitting on the swings. Read the full story

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Summer Celebration offers entertainment for all ages

Summer Celebration — Lipscomb’s annual lectureship that for more than 85 years has brought thousands of people to Lipscomb for three days of art, music, films and spiritual programming — has returned. Read the full story

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McFarland construction makes progress toward expected Dec. completion

Construction workers continue building McFarland Science Center upward and outward so that nursing students and others will be better able to build their specialized skills in new labs dedicated to everything from biochemistry to human anatomy. Read the full story

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