Profile pic: A snapshot of Belmont’s recent freshman classes

Profile pic: A snapshot of Belmont’s recent freshman classes

Belmont University once again finds its largest freshman class ever in the recently enrolled Class of 2019. With 1,394 students, this year’s group of brand new Bruins represents yet another entry in an upward trend of enrollment which has defined the school’s past decade. At Wednesday’s opening convocation, university President […]

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The Delta Saints: From Belmont to the globe

The Delta Saints: From Belmont to the globe

Photo provided by Loud & Proud Records A crowd of 250 people packed a 150-person club in the northern Spanish city Congas, and The Delta Saints let their rock style fill the room of crammed and sweaty bodies.  Watching the people crowd surf and sing each word by heart, the […]

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Meet the new Bruin: Gabby Field

Meet the new Bruin: Gabby Field

Freshman Gabby Field was introduced to soccer through her father and has loved the game ever since. “He never played but he said it would be fun to do so I tried it out,” said Field. “He was my coach when I started and I fell in love with it.” […]

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We’ve built the buildings, now build up the students

We’ve built the buildings, now build up the students

After the opening of the Johnson Center last week, for the first time while I have been at Belmont, there will be no cranes, blastings no road closures and no more Frisbees lost to the giant hole in the middle of the lawn. There will finally be a pause on […]

Opinion
“Ghost Structures” exhibit unites art, science, philosophy

“Ghost Structures” exhibit unites art, science, philosophy

Science, philosophy and art converge this fall as Belmont alumnus Andy Harding hosts his sculpture series “Ghost Structures” at the Leu Art Gallery in the Lila D. Bunch Library. The exhibit centers on a series of wooden structures in sharp, enigmatic tangles and infinite loops. The gallery lights cast linear […]

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Shane Claiborne returns to Belmont to kick off fall chapel season

Shane Claiborne returns to Belmont to kick off fall chapel season

Although author and activist Shane Claiborne spoke at Belmont earlier this year, he returned on Friday to present a fresh message based around one, central idea: Community. “Community is surrounding yourself with people who look like the kind of people you want to be,” Claiborne said in the convo. Claiborne’s […]

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We’ve built the buildings, now build up the students

We’ve built the buildings, now build up the students

After the opening of the Johnson Center last week, for the first time while I have been at Belmont, there will be no cranes, blastings no road closures and no more Frisbees lost to the giant hole in the middle of the lawn. There will finally be a pause on […]

Opinion