Ambulances arrive on campus to science lab situation
Update Jan. 27, 11:45 am: Lipscomb University released the following statement. “Last night while conducting a routine lab experiment, three students came in contact, on their hands, with a substance identified as n-Bromosuccinimide (NBS). Out of an abundance of caution, the three students were transported last night to a medical facility for an examination of the skin irritation. They were evaluated, cared for, released last night and are back on campus today and attending classes as scheduled.” “The first two [ambulances] went by our house,” says Emma Shanahan, a senior political science major. “And then we went to our window, and a third one passed by,” says Shanahan, “we were…
What archaeology tells us about then and now
Ancient places, letters, hieroglyphs and more. The remains of the past often lead to discoveries of knowledge that are still applicable today. What is the benefit of decoding these often cryptic time capsules, and what is the take away? Dr. Mark Janzen believes it can make us better understand the Christian story. On Friday, October 21st, Lipscomb University held its first-ever Faculty Research Day. Students and faculty alike gathered in the Ezell Center to learn about topics ranging from science, music, and archaeology. The presenters included Dr. Mark Janzen, an Associate Professor of Archaeology and Ancient History at Lipscomb’s Lanier Center for Archaeology. Janzen discusses the benefit of preserving archaeology…
The countdown to the Artemis launch begins again
First it was scheduled for late August, then early September. Now NASA’s highly anticipated debut of Artemis, a new Space Launch System rocket is set for November 14. The long delay in this moon mission can be blamed on Hurricane Ian and a potentially troublesome hydrogen leak, according to NASA. But no it appears all systems are ready to go. The Artemis program is trailblazing an entirely new future of space exploration. The purpose of the $35 billion dollar program is to build a global alliance and explore deeper into space. NASA is building an Artemis Base Camp on the moon’s surface and an orbiting station called Gateway. Gateway will…
Pioneering women in sports
Women are changing the stereotypes and gender roles in the sports world. This is even taking place on Lipscomb’s campus. The male-dominated industry is being reinvented like never before. “People are starting to see there are no limits to what we can do, and I love it,” says Dorie Harrison, Lipscomb University Women’s Basketball team player. Shawna Mann reports.