Make a decision: Go Green, 18

Make a decision: Go Green, 18

Belmont’s continued effort to go green has led it to be the first participant in Go Green, District 18. The university retrofitted the Honors House as a prototype for other homes in the neighborhood and has been working harder to encourage students to recycle and be energy efficient. This initiative […]

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Living a Better Story: Belmont students reach out to others

Living a Better Story: Belmont students reach out to others

Belmont students who attended the Donald Miller “Living a Better Story” convo Sept. 1 received envelopes with cash in $5, $10 or $20 amounts. Instructions were to take that money, given to Belmont to distribute by an anonymous donor, and try to multiply it in order to make a difference […]

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Living a Better Story: Brian Wilson

Living a Better Story: Brian Wilson

When Jesus looked up and saw a great crowd coming toward him, he said to Philip, “Where shall we buy bread for these people to eat?” He asked this only to test him, for he already had in mind what he was going to do. Philip answered him, “Eight months’ […]

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Living a Better Story: Amanda Short

Living a Better Story: Amanda Short

How do you change lives with just $5? The journey to answer this question began Sept. 1 when author Donald Miller spoke to Belmont students on “Living a Better Story.” Like several of the students packed into MPAC, I left the convo feeling inspired and excited to see how God […]

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Living a Better Story: Tia Runion

Living a Better Story: Tia Runion

When Donald Miller, New York Times best selling author, challenged Belmont students to “live a better story” by participating in a 21-day adventure to invest and expand God’s money, I took an envelope In his address to Belmont students, he showed a quick wit and his own comical insertions, as […]

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The Week at Belmont – September 29, 2010

The Week at Belmont – September 29, 2010

This week we talk about the Pembroke Date Auction, the Presidents 4th annual Spirit award, Tartuffe, the latest issue of The Vision and Erin and Cassidy grab the intern and head over to the Beaman to check out a couple of bikes using the new Bike Share program. Lets just […]

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Fisher fields student questions in the Curb

Fisher fields student questions in the Curb

If you had to ask the president of your university one question or suggest one thing, what would that it be? Would you ask why tuition is rising? Would you suggest vegan options in the cafeteria? Last week students of Belmont University sat down with President Dr. Bob Fisher for […]

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Video: BSA holds cookout

Video: BSA holds cookout

Click here to watch. The Black Student Association held their annual cook out on the south lawn and inside the grand atrium on Friday, Sept. 24. This event is of many they hold to break down a stereotype that BSA is only for African-American students. – Madoree Pipkins

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Rock historian Barry Drake brings the ’80s to Belmont

Rock historian Barry Drake brings the ’80s to Belmont

Change the channel to MTV. Put your iPod on your favorite Michael Jackson shuffle while you’re at it. And by God, break out your hairspray already. For one night only, Belmont is going back to the ’80s. Rock ‘n’ Roll historian and general music enthusiast Barry Drake is coming to […]

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CCSA to hold study abroad fair

CCSA to hold study abroad fair

Students have an opportunity to learn about the new study abroad programs Belmont has to offer through the study abroad fair at 10 a.m Friday in Beaman A&B. Starting this year new programs are now available through the Cooperative Center for Study Abroad to Turkey, Taiwan, Switzerland and other programs […]

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Volunteers needed Saturday Hands on Nashville projects

Volunteers needed Saturday Hands on Nashville projects

Community service convocation credits are required of Belmont students, but the events also bring students together and help serve the community. One of the big ones is 8 a.m to noon Saturday when the Belmont group joins hundreds of others to provide “hands on” effort to Nashville schools. Hands on […]

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The Week at Belmont – September 22, 2010

The Week at Belmont – September 22, 2010

This week we’ve got a bunch of news from the Beaman, details on Friday’s BSA cookout, and correspondent Dustin Stout hits up the student body to talk about music in the 80s.

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