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    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, staff, alumni and the community will be available. These include Bisons athletic events, a 5K run, and a special chapel service. Bisons Weekend is a way for all students, current and previous, to bond and connect over their love for being a Bison.  “I never knew coming to a school like Lipscomb would allow me to meet people from…

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    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 in honor of Savannah Miller, an IDEAL student who passed away in 2020. Savannah loved to dance and have fun, which made the word “boogie” the perfect fit.  This year, those who “boogie” in the 5k, Fun Run, or cornhole tournament will help raise money for the IDEAL scholarship fund, which helps make it possible for students and their…

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    Small Business Bash promotes opportunity, charity

    Outdoor Autumn Market

    The Honors College at Lipscomb will host a Small Business Bash on the lawn of the Honors House October 20th from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Fifteen percent of the total revenue from each student business will be given to Book’em; a nonprofit promoting childhood literacy. Many young entrepreneurs know the difficulty of finding a location to sell their products. Through the Small Business Bash, creative students will receive a space to sell their products and promote their brands around campus. One major benefit of face-to-face selling is the interpersonal connections the consumer gains with the creator. Additionally, buyers can physically handle the products rather than buy the product online…