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Graduation 2018: After 16 years Lipscomb native leaves home
Graduation marks the end of an era for Taylor Sain, who has called Lipscomb home for over 16 years.
Graduation 2018: Liburd to use grad degree in conflict management for 'exciting' career shift
Tabitha Liburd, who will receive her Master of Arts in conflict management at commencement Saturday, is celebrating the completion of an academic journey that is leading to a new professional pursuit in the field of conflict management.
Civil engineering majors volunteer in the spirit of giving
Several ASCE students set aside a Sunday in October to assist disabled Marine veteran, William Hunter. Hunter had contacted ASCE Vice President, and fellow Marine veteran, David Callahan with the request to seal the deck of his home. The students not only did that, but also cleaned the yard, cut the grass, and pressure cleaned Hunter’s house.
Commencement marks a new journey for more than 400 graduates on Dec. 15
Lipscomb University will be hosting its annual fall commencement on Saturday Dec. 16 at 2 p.m. in Allen Arena.
Students studying law, justice, and society named 2018 Fred D. Gray Scholars
Established in 2017, the Fred D. Gray scholarship is in its second year of honoring and helping Lipscomb students pursue their education in the world of law. Kristiane Higgs, Katherine Climaco, Paulina Martinez and Grant Brown are all students in the Fred D. Gray Institute for Law, Justice, and Society at Lipscomb University. They were presented the award in respect to the impactful work Dr. Gray has done as a lawyer and civil rights activist.
Graduation 2018: Marine Corps veteran earns college degree with the help of Lipscomb's veteran services
Even though the transition from the Marines to college was difficult, Dillon Volpi said the veteran services office gave him unlimited resources to succeed.
Graduation 2018: Lipscomb community celebrates first online graduates
The Lipscomb community is celebrating its first online graduates at December commencement set for Dec. 15.
In the News: The Marriott data breach and what consumers should expect
Chris Simmons, professor of computer science and software engineering, shares his insight into the recent Marriott data breach and what consumers should expect.
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