Student government looks ahead with more outreach and communication

Student government looks ahead with more outreach and communication

For Belmont’s Student Government Association, success this year rests on two key factors: engagement and adaptability. “Frankly, governance can be either boring or engaging. If you aren’t adaptable, you won’t be able to adequately address issues,” said Vice President Skyer Schmanski. Schmanski and President Jeanette Morelan are heading into their […]

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REVIEW: Neon Trees fails to wow with “Pop Psychology”

REVIEW: Neon Trees fails to wow with “Pop Psychology”

For Neon Trees, the colors might be fading a bit early. The four-piece, new wave band based out of Provo, Utah has seen some commercial success. With their first single, “Animal,” climbing to No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 on the alternative chart, the band has […]

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Women’s Soccer edged by Lipscomb in exhibition

Women’s Soccer edged by Lipscomb in exhibition

Facing off against its rival in a preseason exhibition match, the Belmont women’s soccer team fell to the Lipscomb Lady Bisons 2-0 at Rose Park Friday afternoon. Lipscomb sophomore forward Ellen Lundy scored a pair of goals in the 6th and 81st minutes to help lead the Lady Bisons past […]

Sports
Meet the editorial staff

Meet the editorial staff

This year we have an all new Editorial Staff, here’s just a bit to get to know them; Gracie Helms-Editor. I’m a junior journalism major and editor of the Belmont Vision. I’ve wanted to be a writer ever since I can remember! I love the stories people share with me […]

Opinion
Meet the editorial staff

Meet the editorial staff

This year we have an all new Editorial Staff, here’s just a bit to get to know them; Gracie Helms-Editor. I’m a junior journalism major and editor of the Belmont Vision. I’ve wanted to be a writer ever since I can remember! I love the stories people share with me […]

Opinion
Photo Courtesy: Belmont University Athletics/Erik Unger

Q&A with Bryan Green: the man behind the resume

From winning conference championships to earning multiple NCAA tournament bids, Belmont men’s soccer coach Bryan Green has built an impressive resume over his 15-year career in collegiate soccer. After his success as an assistant at West Virginia and Drexel, Green now turns his focus toward his first season at the […]

Sports
Student government looks ahead with more outreach and communication

Student government looks ahead with more outreach and communication

For Belmont’s Student Government Association, success this year rests on two key factors: engagement and adaptability. “Frankly, governance can be either boring or engaging. If you aren’t adaptable, you won’t be able to adequately address issues,” said Vice President Skyer Schmanski. Schmanski and President Jeanette Morelan are heading into their […]

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