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Lumination News, April 4, 2014

This week’s Lumination News features a special report from international reporter Brianna Langley on the 8.2 magnitude earthquake that hit Chile.  Read the full story

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Adventuring Abroad: The Driest Place in the World/Nocturnal Chile

The Driest Place in the World (originally published on Feb. 27) Read the full story

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Basketball helps Lady Bison seniors prepare for life after college

For any athlete the day must come when they have to hang up their shoes and say good-bye to the game they love, and for senior basketball players, Jess Reece and O’Neisha Smith, that day came March 11th as the Lady Bisons ended their season in the first round of the Atlantic Sun tournament.

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Lent practices overflow to multiple faiths

Ash Wednesday starts the Lenten season for Roman Catholics and Holy Thursday (Thursday before Easter) ends it. Although a primarily Church of Christ school, Lipscomb is seeing more and more students participate in Lenten sacrifices. Read the full story

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Spring break sprinkles students across the globe

Spring break happenings are in full swing and Lipscomb students are everywhere from on campus to foreign countries including El Salvador and Jamaica. Read the full story

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New Lipscomb recovery group ‘Free To Be’ offers friendship, accountability

The major message of the “Free To Be… You and Me” record, produced by Ms. Foundation for Women, was to inspire everyone, male and female, to achieve greatness. Read the full story

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