Topic: Lipscomb University
Clarksville, TN - Lipscomb connected on a trio of three pointers in a 1 ½- minute span down the stretch as the Bisons handed Austin Peay State University an 88-83 defeat, Thursday night, in Dave Aaron Arena.
Clarksville, TN – Zavion Williams made a name for himself three years ago by leading West Creek High School to its first state basketball tournament berth in the school’s short history, now he is ready to help lead the Austin Peay State University men’s basketball team back to the Ohio Valley Conference tournament and an NCAA tournament berth.
Clarksville, TN – Thirteen home games will dot Austin Peay State University women’s basketball schedule in 2013-14, head coach Carrie Daniels announced July 15th.
With a roster dominated by underclassmen – 11 of the 15 Lady Govs are freshmen or sophomores – Daniels set out to prepare a non-conference schedule that will provide opportunities for wins while also testing her team.
Clarksville, TN - Short in-state trips against major schools University of Memphis and Vanderbilt University balanced against an impressive mid-major corps of opponents will highlight the 2013-14 Austin Peay State University men’s basketball schedule, released July 10th.
Two budget amendments filed for teachers and disabled Tennesseans
Nashville, TN – Flow Motion passed last week.
“The House passed what is commonly known as the “flow motion” this week signaling the end of session is near,” said Tennessee State Representative Joe Pitts (D-Clarksville).
A “flow motion” means normal procedures for advancing legislation have been suspended and schedules will become more hectic than the new brisk pace. Normally a bill takes a few weeks to cycle through the assigned committee process.
Presented by Renaissance Center and Lipscomb University School of Nursing
Dickson, TN – The Renaissance Center is excited to present the First Annual Health & Wellness Fair on Saturday, March 9th, 10:00am-4:00pm. The event is free and includes health screenings, consultations and education provided by the Lipscomb University School of Nursing.
Starting the day off is renowned eye surgeon Dr. Ming Wang with a “Vision Care” seminar in the Performance Hall at 10:30am. Dr. Wang will also be available for questions after the talk.
Exceptional Talent and Art from Middle Tennessee Students
Dickson, TN – The Tennessee Art Education Association (TAEA) and The Renaissance Center have partnered again to present the 5th Annual Middle Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition, featuring exceptional artwork created by middle and high school students from Middle Tennessee.
The exhibit is on display at The Renaissance Center through January 11th, 2013. A free Reception and Awards Ceremony is scheduled for Saturday, December 1st, 4:00pm–7:00pm.
Montgomery County leaders participate in second Transit Citizen Leadership Academy launched by the Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee and Lipscomb University
Elected officials, business leaders among 25 people selected to examine transit opportunities of the future
Nashville, TN – The Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee and Lipscomb University’s Nelson and Sue Andrews Institute for Civic Leadership kicked off the second Transit Citizen Leadership Academy Wednesday.
Murfreesboro, TN – Charlie Koon, Chief of Staff for the City of Clarksville, has been elected President of the 2012 Class of Leadership Middle Tennessee.
Koon has been committed to serving the area’s residents throughout his career. Before joining the Mayor’s office, he held several positions with Cumberland Bank & Trust and was also the owner of Mary’s Music. His community service includes the Clarksville Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis Club, United Way, Riverfest Entertainment Committee and Leadership Clarksville.
Nashville, TN – One of the best kept secrets in Nashville is this Sunday, November 20th, at the Ryman Auditorium. “Tokens, The Welcome Table” returns to the historic Ryman with an all star line-up of music, comedy, performance and theology.
Tokens is part great music, part theology lecture, part cultural analysis, and part good conversation. The name Tokens is from activist and writer and lay-theologian William Stringfellow “Discerning signs has to do with comprehending the remarkable in common happenings, with perceiving the saga of salvation within the era of the Fall. It has to do with the ability to interpret ordinary events in both apocalyptic and eschatological connotations, to see portents of death where others find progress or success but, simultaneously, to behold tokens of the reality of the Resurrection or hope where others are consigned to confusion or despair.”
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