Dean Patrick Raines from the Jack C. Massey College of Business retires

Dean Patrick Raines from the Jack C. Massey College of Business retires

Dean Patrick Raines of the Jack C. Massey College of Business will be retiring at the end of July, said Dr. Thomas Burns in an email on Thursday. After 16 years at Belmont, Dean Raines leaves the school of business a very different school than it was over a decade […]

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Bonnaroo Q&A: Nashville-based Sun Seeker talks DIY scene, Cardi B and breakfast

Bonnaroo Q&A: Nashville-based Sun Seeker talks DIY scene, Cardi B and breakfast

As a four-piece rock band based out of Nashville, Sun Seeker has made waves in the local DIY scene and built up a fan base in cities around the U.S.. On Sunday, the band will take the Bonnaroo stage for the first time ever. Alex, Asher, Ben and Rodrigo sat […]

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Dylan Windler prepared and confident before the NBA Draft on Thursday night.

Dylan Windler prepared and confident before the NBA Draft on Thursday night.

History can be made again on Thursday night if Belmont basketball graduate Dylan Windler gets his name called in the 2019 NBA Draft. “Being the first player to actually get drafted would be something very special,” said Windler. “Just being able to represent midmajors and especially Belmont will be something […]

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What Rick Byrd means to me

What Rick Byrd means to me

No headphones walking in and out of locker rooms. No phones at the dinner table. No flashy attire. In a world filled with Russell Westbrooks and Ja Morants, why would any player qualified to play in Division I want to come to Rick Byrd’s strict program? Because Byrd could do […]

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Live on the Green returns to Music City with an electric first night

Live on the Green returns to Music City with an electric first night

Public Square Park came alive on Thursday night to celebrate Live on the Green, a free concert series presented by Lightning 100. With live music, food trucks and vendor booths, Live on the Green has become a Nashville staple. Music City locals and newcomers alike can look forward to performances […]

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International Market to close in July with plans to reopen

International Market to close in July with plans to reopen

Nashville staple International Market & Restaurant on Belmont Boulevard will close its doors on July 31 after serving Belmont students and Nashville natives since 1975.  “Of course I am sad but it is also bittersweet,” said Anna Myint, the daughter of Patti Myint.  Opened by Patti and her husband Win […]

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Photos: Nordista Freeze hosts Fourth of July pool party

Photos: Nordista Freeze hosts Fourth of July pool party

Nordista Freeze, Briston Maroney and Sun Seeker played to a sold out True Music Room and Bar at the Cambria Hotel on Thursday night. Photos by Colby Crosby

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Mayoral debate reveals major differences in candidates policy views

Mayoral debate reveals major differences in candidates policy views

Discussions grew heated Tuesday night when Nashville’s four leading mayoral candidates came together at Belmont for their first televised debate.  Mayor David Briley, state Rep. John Ray Clemmons, At-Large Council member John Cooper and former Vanderbilt University professor Dr. Carol Swain’s widely differing views on everything from education to policing […]

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Nashville Pride shows how far LGBT rights have come while advocating for a more equal future

Nashville Pride shows how far LGBT rights have come while advocating for a more equal future

More than an excuse to wear a colorful outfit, the month of June serves as an opportunity for the LGBT community to be seen, heard and welcomed. “Pride is seeing a 14 year old trans kid being able to be completely themselves without hesitation,” said Phil Cobucci, community affairs director […]

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Dean Patrick Raines from the Jack C. Massey College of Business retires

Dean Patrick Raines from the Jack C. Massey College of Business retires

Dean Patrick Raines of the Jack C. Massey College of Business will be retiring at the end of July, said Dr. Thomas Burns in an email on Thursday. After 16 years at Belmont, Dean Raines leaves the school of business a very different school than it was over a decade […]

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Dylan Windler drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers

Dylan Windler drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers

Former Bruin Dylan Windler gets drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the 26th overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft on Thursday night. Windler is the first Bruin coached under Rick Byrd to be drafted and the second to reach the NBA since Ian Clark in 2013. The Indiana native […]

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Bonnaroo U gives Belmont student an inside look into the festival

Bonnaroo U gives Belmont student an inside look into the festival

VNN’s Caitlin Alexander went behind-the-scenes at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival to find out what Belmont students experienced during the Bonnaroo University program. — Video produced and edited by Caitlin Alexander and Ben Sherrill.

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Dylan Windler prepared and confident before the NBA Draft on Thursday night.

Dylan Windler prepared and confident before the NBA Draft on Thursday night.

History can be made again on Thursday night if Belmont basketball graduate Dylan Windler gets his name called in the 2019 NBA Draft. “Being the first player to actually get drafted would be something very special,” said Windler. “Just being able to represent midmajors and especially Belmont will be something […]

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Darby Maggard signs pro deal with the Liffey Celtics

Darby Maggard signs pro deal with the Liffey Celtics

Belmont basketball alumna Darby Maggard signed a contract to play for the Liffey Celtics in Kildare, Ireland on Monday.  The 2019 Ohio Valley Conference Women’s Athlete of the Year and four-time conference champion has had incredible success in her four years at Belmont. She averaged 15.2 points per game, shot […]

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