Humanities Symposium bridges disciplines with Mankind and the Moon

Humanities Symposium bridges disciplines with Mankind and the Moon

The idea behind Belmont’s Humanities Symposium was to bridge different departments on campus, and for its 18th year, Dr. Maggie Monteverde thinks an important anniversary allows for just that.  The year’s theme is “Mankind and The Moon,” a topic Monteverde has been pushing the Humanities Department to cover as 2019 […]

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Jess Jocoy showcases her old-school storytelling style at Americana Fest 2019

Jess Jocoy showcases her old-school storytelling style at Americana Fest 2019

People often told her she was an old soul, but moving to Nashville made Jess Jocoy realize she has something new to say. An Americana singer-songwriter with a storyteller’s view of the world, Jocoy arrived in Music City in 2014. She came armed with big dreams of being the next […]

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Volleyball falls short after hard-fought Battle of the Boulevard

Volleyball falls short after hard-fought Battle of the Boulevard

The Battle of the Boulevard lived up to its name with a hard-fought 3-1 loss by Belmont to Lipscomb at the Curb Event Center Tuesday night.  Rivalry matches always have different atmospheres than other games, and this one was no exception. Before the match started the Pembroke student section was […]

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Opinion: Daydreaming about a Belmont football team

Opinion: Daydreaming about a Belmont football team

September is here and fall is just around the corner which means Belmont students will soon begin to walk around campus wearing other schools’ hoodies and shirts.  This is an indication that another college football season is here, and Belmont fans still want to join in on the fun even […]

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SGA attempts to retract false claim at open meeting

SGA attempts to retract false claim at open meeting

Belmont doesn’t throw away its recycling, contrary to what a Student Government Association representative said during a meeting on Monday.  Aidan Riordan, chair of the Green Committee, said that the university is guilty of unsustainable practices. “You see the recycling containers? Fun fact, we don’t actually recycle. That goes straight […]

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Photos: AmericanaFest 2019 Recap

Photos: AmericanaFest 2019 Recap

Nashville’s six-day tribute to Americana music closed out Sunday night with a performance from Belmont alumna Brandy Clark at 3rd and Lindsley.  Clark — a Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter who has written songs for artists like Kacey Musgraves, Sheryl Crow and Darius Rucker — was just one of the more than 300 […]

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Photo Review: Christian Showcase focuses on the power of God’s message

Photo Review: Christian Showcase focuses on the power of God’s message

Saturday night’s Christian Showcase was a captivating and entertaining display of worship at the Curb Event Center that, more than anything, centered on God’s message. First to perform was Lyndsey Coonrod, who came onstage to an explosive musical intro which pulled no punches as far as grabbing the audience. Coonrod […]

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Artist Preview: Christian Showcase 2019

Artist Preview: Christian Showcase 2019

Natalie Layne Written by Katie Knipper and Lydia Fletcher Songwriter Natalie Layne hopes the Christian Showcase will allow others to find the joy she feels when music and faith intersect. “I always feel like God is breathing out new songs, and we’ll just get to be a part of that, […]

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OVC Tournament to stay in Evansville through 2023

OVC Tournament to stay in Evansville through 2023

The Ohio Valley Conference has agreed to a three-year contract to keep the men and women’s basketball tournaments in Evansville, Indiana through 2023.  “We are delighted to continue working with Evansville’s outstanding governance and community leaders to build upon the foundation that has been laid to make this an exemplary […]

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Photos: Dave Barnes returns to chapel

Photos: Dave Barnes returns to chapel

Grammy nominee Dave Barnes shared his story and some songs at Wednesday’s chapel. Photos by Chloe Eberhardt.

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