A guide to “greek life”
College students across the United States are involved at some level with social organizations, especially in Greek life. At Lipscomb, however, Greek life takes a different form than it does at most institutions. With the rushing process recently coming to a close, the following overview of how social clubs, Lipscomb’s take on Greek life, operate is perhaps more useful now than ever. The following list defines some common terms that are consistent between Lipscomb’s social clubs and fraternities and sororities at other schools. Chapter Branch of a sorority/fraternity (in general), with an individual name and sign. Bid An invitation to join a certain club (sorority or fraternity). Big/Little An upperclassmen…
Sarah Keith Gamble, Singarama legend
It’s the grand finale. The stage is dead silent and the spotlights are glaring down on an empty stage. After a quick change in between scenes, he pops out onto the stage. He’s the star, getting every dance move down to the core. The only problem is, his pants are unzipped.
“I’ll Be Back” wins Singarama 2010
“I’ll Be Back” captured the Sweepstakes title for Singarama 2010.
Social clubs at DLC? Students hold answer
Republished from The Babbler, Vol. 31, No. 11, Jan. 11, 1952. Should Lipscomb have social clubs and organizations? Varied opinions have been expressed in the past concerning the value of such clubs. Click to learn more.