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    Unveiling the Boulevard Beasts: A New Era in College Athletics Begins

    In a groundbreaking collaboration announced exclusively through Lipscomb’s Herd Media and Belmont’s Belmont Vision Network, the two schools have set aside historic rivalries to begin a journey. Lipscomb University and Belmont University, competitors in academics and athletics, have unveiled plans to merge their strengths, talents, and passions to one stage: the football field. This unprecedented move marks a pivotal moment in collegiate athletics, as Lipscomb and Belmont come together to form the “Boulevard Beasts.” The Beasts will be led by former Tennessee Titan, Kevin Dyson. In a statement, Coach Dyson mentioned, “I am honored to accept the position as head football coach for the Boulevard Beasts, where I will combine…

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    Mass shooting at private school in Green Hills near Lipscomb

    Update 3:45 p.m.: The shooter has been identified as Audrey Hale. She is believed to be a former student at the school, but that has not been confirmed at this time. Update 12:53 p.m.: Metro Nashville PD identified the shooter as a 28-year-old Nashville woman. Update 12:30 p.m.: Seven are confirmed dead, this includes three students, three staff members, and the shooter. The shooter had been identified as a female. Update 12:00 p.m.: Two additional adults and the shooter are confirmed dead. At this point, it is unclear if the shooter is one of the adults being confirmed dead. Original Story: Monday morning, a few miles down the road from…

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    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…