This week we’re pop music maniacs with moves like Ja… errr, Betty White. You’ll see. Plus, Correspondent Jessica Adkins shows us the true meaning of Thanksgiving. And last but not least, we reveal the winner of the Rock Showcase 2K11! It’s our Turkey Day episode. It’s The Week at Belmont!
Archive for 2011
One set away from a season-ending defeat, the Belmont volleyball team rallied to win a fiercely competitive five set match over the ETSU Buccaneers in the semifinals of the Atlantic Sun conference tournament Friday evening. Belmont came out strong early in the match, and took a one-set lead with a [...]
Nashville’s plaid toting coffee sipping masses flocked to Mercy Lounge on Thurs., Nov. 10, to enjoy the ambient alternative-folk stylings of Alabama native, A.A. Bondy. Fans gravitated like moths to the milky white aura that surrounded the stage, as the mild mannered southern songster crooned his way to the audience’s [...]
After two close losses to Top 10 teams, it seems the Belmont Bruins men’s basketball team has been recognized with a spot in a top 25 poll. In “Playboy,” that is. The rankings, according to a press release sent to the Vision, put the Bruins at No. 25 on the [...]
Photos by Theo Miesner Belmont students were ready to rock at the 2011 Rock Showcase Saturday night. The night started with Oklahoma Outfit. Students swarmed to the stage as lead vocalist Hank Born showed off his skills as a guitarist. “I told you he could play guitar,” host David Smith [...]
Check out the Vision’s additional Storify coverage of the game. DURHAM, N.C. – When Coach Rick Byrd called his players into a huddle with 14 minutes remaining in the game, he knew something had to change. At that point, the Bruins were down 16 points to the Duke Blue Devils, [...]
Creed or Nickelback? That’s just one of the hard-hitting questions we ask the contestants of this weekend’s Rock Showcase. And coffee addicts, listen up – we’ve got the perfect convo for you. Plus, all hair-raising news on SAPB’s “No Shave November” month-long celebration. It’s The Week at Belmont!
Dr. Bob Fisher’s opened the second “Ask Dr. Fisher” convo of the semester by noting what he saw as a small crowd at the Curb Café Wednesday. “We’ve got a small audience, which means either everybody’s perfectly happy or they’ve given up,” he said. He then addressed the crowd with [...]
While Italian and German operas are most common, Belmont University’s opera opera highlights a Czech romantic comedy – The Bartered Bride. Set in a Bohemian country village, the opera tells a story of how true love wins despite disagreeing parents and a persistent marriage broker. The three-act opera was written [...]
University Ministries invites students, faculty and staff to enjoy the Harvest Party at 5 p.m. on Saturday, November 5 at Winningham Farm. “Not only is the Harvest Party a chance to relax and have fun, this annual fall event, hosted by University Ministries, offers Belmont students an opportunity for genuine [...]
The monthly Hillsboro Village Art Walk will kick off Thursday at 21st Avenue South in Hillsboro Village at 5 p.m.. The family friendly event is free and includes a variety of entertainment. “We have had huge success in getting people to come out to the Village this year. It has [...]
Belmont University was not selected as a 2012 Presidential debate, according to a Commission on Presidential Debates announcement released Monday afternoon. The university applied in March to host a 2012 debate after holding a town hall debate between then-Senator Barack Obama and Senator John McCain in 2008. After the decision, [...]
In conjunction with this year’s First Year Seminar common book, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot, a panel discussion including Lack’s son and medical experts will be at 7 p.m. on Tues. Nov. 1 in the Curb Event Center. Already a New York Times bestseller, the novel [...]
On Monday, October 31st, get ready for spooky fun and treats at the Bunch Library. The library staff is decking out the library for the “Owl-oween” holiday. Stop by the library anytime between 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. to receive a map leading you to treasure troves of candy handed out [...]
When walking by the bell tower during the past 48 hours, it was difficult to not notice the large and blocky teeter-totter constantly in use. A large crowd constantly milling around the contraption, singing and dancing to a mix of new pop and classic 90’s hits, added to the teeter-totter’s [...]