A newly formed band of Lipscomb freshmen took the Black River Stage by storm last Wednesday. Reducing the inside of The Well to standing room only, friends from Lipscomb and a host of others packed out the coffeeshop. The young band, known as The Jack French Trio, kept the energy high the entire night. The band rounded out their first performance together feeling “beyond cloud nine,” as later said by Jack French, the group’s leader. It was an incredible performance to witness, and despite one or two minor hiccups in the set, the band received a standing ovation and a call for an encore. The following videos allow for two…
“It was all very scary. … I don’t know where to start.” states a Lipscomb University student who found herself in a situation where she potentially violated the university’s alcohol policy. Fear and misunderstanding of the university’s alcohol policy often leads to students not wanting to participate or report other, more serious crimes. While the university has an amnesty clause in support of Title IX, this fear can lead to a complex situation. Emma Shananan reports. Written by: Emma ShanahanProduced by: Emma Shanahan & Shawna Mann
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.
In this short op-doc, we talk about healthy eating. Food is a critical part of everyday life, and we each choose how we will fuel our bodies through the food we eat. 1 in 3 Americans says they were not educated on healthy eating habits. Ashlyn Liddle explores the role food plays in our lives and how we can modify our diet with small changes.