Lumination Newscast, Oct. 31, 2014

This week in Lumination News, Carly Bergthold and Cory Woodroof give you a look at the latest local, national and even worldwide updates from behind the anchor desk.
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Ebola in West Africa causing Lipscomb to take international travel precautions

Due to rising concerns about the Ebola virus, Lipscomb students, parents and faculty are making some difficult decisions about international travel. Read the full story

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Lumination’s Sam Webb shares Haunted High Rise experience

I am not a huge fan of scary things. Read the full story

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Hardy receives $660,000 National Institutes of Health grant

Prayers were answered when Dr. Klarissa Hardy received a $660,000 National Institutes of Health grant that will fund her investigation of effective cancer treatments. Read the full story

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Komen Race for the Cure helps in fight against Breast Cancer

On Oct. 25, over 20,000 people participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Brentwood. The event had a 5k for the competitive runners, but also a walk for all the people that wanted to participate. Read the full story

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Lumination Newscast, Oct. 28, 2014

On this week’s Lumination News, Madeline Smith and Travis Byrd are behind the news desk to update you on all things Lipscomb.

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