Lipscomb University Celebrates Homecoming Feb. 6-8

Lipscomb University will celebrate its Homecoming on Feb. 6-8, with
the theme of “Celebrating a Century on the Farm – 1903-2003.” The Homecoming
theme reflects the 100th anniversary of the university’s move to its present
location on Granny White Pike, which was made possible when David Lipscomb
donated 60 acres of his farm to the school.

The festivities begin on Thursday night with a dinner featuring
Frances Hesselbein, the director of the Peter Drucker Foundation, or the
Homecoming Dinner Theatre, presenting “The Odd Couple”, which is available
each evening.

Friday events include a homecoming chapel, the Distinguished Alumni
Dinner, a reunion dinner for the class of ’78, and “Delta NaNaNa,” a musical
revue based in the 1950s.

Saturday’s events begin that morning with a 5k run followed by a
brunch with separate activities for children and teens. The morning events
lead up to the Lady Bisons and Bisons’ basketball games, 1 p.m. and 3:30
p.m. respectively, with the Homecoming Queen, Jennifer Campbell, being
crowned between the games. Following the games there will be a reunion
dinner for the class of ’93 and a reunion concert.

All events will take place on the Lipscomb University campus at 3901
Granny White Pike, Nashville.
The 5k run, basketball games, and certain dinners require tickets or
have registration fees. To find out these prices and for other information,
contact Alumni Relations at (615) 279-6216 or 1-800-333-4358 ext. 6216 or


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