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  • Sports

    Men’s basketball sputters in opening night loss

    Lipscomb’s opening-night affair against the South Dakota Coyotes started as one of immense promise, but ended with a dejected Bisons team walking off the floor of the Sanford Coyote Sports Center after a 85-77 loss at the hands of the Coyotes.  The Bisons were led by a 20-point outing by junior…

  • News

    Introducing Herd Media

    We are Herd Media. As our predecessors in Lipscomb student media have done on multiple occasions since our beginning in 1923, we usher in a new name, identity, and direction for our content nearly a century later in 2022. Lumination Network has officially become Herd Media, Lipscomb’s student media outlet and…

  • Multimedia,  Sports

    Sideline Special, episode 3

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    Sideline Special is your home for specialty sports content at Lipscomb and conversations with Bisons’ coaches and athletes. This week we will talk to women’s and men’s cross-country and track and field head Coach Holmes. Also, men’s tennis player Luka Stojanovic shares a life-changing story with us. Producer: Hannah Sever Anchors:…

  • News

    Bisons Weekend to feature camaraderie, connection

    Lipscomb University will host Bisons Weekend, a rebrand of Homecoming and Parents Weekend, November 11 and 12. One of the weekend’s highlights is Bisons Weekend Parade, which will feature students, faculty and staff across campus. All are welcome to watch the parade from wherever they choose. Activities for current students, faculty,…

  • Sports

    Lipscomb loses tough opener

    FORT WORTH, Texas – College basketball is upon us, and the Lipscomb women’s basketball team made their season debut Monday in Fort Worth, Texas, against TCU. In a hard-fought effort against a fierce Horned Frogs team, Lipscomb fell 69-62 to their Big 12 opponents at Schollmaier Arena. “I think we fought…

  • News

    Students told to vacate off-campus housing

    It was a typical day for five Lipscomb students when they received notice they were “overcrowding” the home they are renting. What followed the notice was an ultimatum to “correct the situation” or vacate the property within a few days.  Shelby Bratcher, a senior Corporate Marketing major from Hendersonville, TN, splits…

  • News

    How are you voting at college?

    Election Day is fast approaching this November, and for college students away from home – especially Freshmen – there are new considerations. Many states have changed their voting laws following the 2020 Presidential Election. Mail-in voting is more restrictive, and early voting windows are shorter in many locations. That leaves the…

  • News

    Lipscomb hosts sixth annual Savannah’s Boogie

    Lipscomb University’s IDEAL Program supports students through community fundraiser. As homecoming weekend draws near, so does the sixth annual Savannah’s Boogie. Presented by Lipscomb’s IDEAL Program, Savannah’s Boogie is an event featuring a 5K, a Fun Run, and a cornhole tournament. Formerly known as the “Bison Boogie,” Savannah’s Boogie was renamed…

  • Arts and Entertainment

    “Crazy for You” causes cheers

    Lipscomb University’s College of Entertainment in the Arts opened its fall musical “Crazy for You” this weekend. This comedy set in the 1930s had the audience rolling with laughter on opening night.  Protagonist Bobby Child is an up-and-coming performer pursuing his debut on the stage in 1930s New York. After a…