Behind the application: Belmont submits bid for 2016 presidential debate

Behind the application: Belmont submits bid for 2016 presidential debate

While Belmont turned in its application to host a 2016 presidential debate on March 27, the process took months of careful planning and preparation and involved many different aspects of the university. Belmont is among 13 other schools and two cities that have submitted applications to the Commission on Presidential […]

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TowerTube spotlights student musicians in documentary-style series

TowerTube spotlights student musicians in documentary-style series

Student musicians looking for publicity need to look no further than TowerTube– a new, intimate documentary-style session series for artists and songwriters created by Belmont students Nicole Lowe, Conner Haidle and JohnMichael Mitchell. “I’ve always been into documentaries and just getting to know people. Over winter break last year, I […]

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Meet the new Bruin: Ally Bessette

Meet the new Bruin: Ally Bessette

Ally Bessette is an exercise science major from Bryan, Texas. A second baseman for the softball team, her favorite book is “God’s Not Dead” by Rice Broocks. She has a passion for adventures and loves camping with her family. Having a family who played, Bessette grew up around softball. At […]

Sports
OPINION: Turf doesn’t cut it

OPINION: Turf doesn’t cut it

Although we earned the right to vote in 1920, women’s rights are still a hot topic today with equal rights especially in women’s sports. Some of the best soccer players in the world will be playing on the biggest stage in June 2015. The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which […]

Opinion
Roads surrounding campus to be closed for marathon Saturday

Roads surrounding campus to be closed for marathon Saturday

Roads around Belmont’s campus will be closed Saturday for the 16th annual St. Jude Country Music Marathon and Half Marathon. Wedgewood, Portland, 17th and 18th avenues, Clifton Lane, 12th Avenue South and Magnolia and Belmont boulevards will shut down for the race, according to an email sent from the Office […]

News
OPINION: Turf doesn’t cut it

OPINION: Turf doesn’t cut it

Although we earned the right to vote in 1920, women’s rights are still a hot topic today with equal rights especially in women’s sports. Some of the best soccer players in the world will be playing on the biggest stage in June 2015. The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which […]

Opinion
Meet the new Bruin: Ally Bessette

Meet the new Bruin: Ally Bessette

Ally Bessette is an exercise science major from Bryan, Texas. A second baseman for the softball team, her favorite book is “God’s Not Dead” by Rice Broocks. She has a passion for adventures and loves camping with her family. Having a family who played, Bessette grew up around softball. At […]

Sports