Men’s soccer rebounds with 2-0 win

Men’s soccer rebounds with 2-0 win

Nights after losing to longtime rival Lipscomb, the Belmont men’s soccer team clinched a 2-0 victory against the Jacksonville Dolphins Saturday night at Rose Park. “We just needed to come out, ready to play and just try to get a goal,” starting right back Alfred Edmonds said. “That’s really what […]

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Outside in: Friday night lights

Outside in: Friday night lights

Karoline Ihns is Brazilian transfer student looking to explore American culture, particularly Southern culture. Armed with only a videographer/guide, Ihns will dive into typical events for an atypical experience. In this month’s episode, Ihns headed to Murfreesboro to see a true Southern tradition – Friday night high school football. If […]

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Beat ‘n’ Track: Katie Kendall

Beat ‘n’ Track: Katie Kendall

The Beat N’ Track plays on this month with senior entertainment industries studies major, Katie Kendall. She always knew music was tugging on her heart strings and when Kendall was 12 years old, her family had confidence that a move to Gallatin, Tenn. was a step in the right direction. […]

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End of Chipper’s career means end of era

End of Chipper’s career means end of era

Chipper Jones has never been my favorite Atlanta Brave. He’s been a little too friendly with the disabled list the past few years, and the bulging wad of tobacco lodged between his gums and cheek never ceases to repulse me. But in a day where athletes jump teams for money […]

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Carter speaks about civility, politics in Humanities keynote

Carter speaks about civility, politics in Humanities keynote

Belmont students and faculty gathered in the Curb Event Center tonight to hear bestselling author and Humanities Symposium keynote speaker Stephen L. Carter talk about civility in modern society and politics. Carter, the author of this year’s First Year Seminar common book, is a law professor at Yale University, columnist […]

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Late Lipscomb goal beats Bruins

Late Lipscomb goal beats Bruins

Despite having twice as many shots as their crosstown rival, the Belmont men’s soccer team fell to the Lipscomb Bison for the fourth time in a row Thursday night at Rose Park. “We should have won,” head coach Earle Davidson said.  “We were the better team from start to finish. […]

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UPDATE: Shooting leads to two wrecks near campus

UPDATE: Shooting leads to two wrecks near campus

Exchanged gunshots at the corner of 14th and Wedgewood avenues led to two wrecks near Belmont’s campus Thursday afternoon. In a campus-wide email, the university said there is no threat to campus security from the incident. People in two cars exchanged gunshots by the stop sign on 14th and Wedgewood avenues, […]

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The Week at Belmont – September 27, 2012

The Week at Belmont – September 27, 2012

Fitness-smitness. Junior correspondent Sarah Edwards finds out the truth about what really goes down in the Beaman workout center. (Trust us, it’s spooky.) We’ve got election year fever and the only prescription is more debates. Fake debates that is. Chief Correspondent Katie Greene and our very permanent guest Nick Miller […]

Opinion
VIDEO: Pembroke celebrates centennial year as dorm, community center

VIDEO: Pembroke celebrates centennial year as dorm, community center

– Video by Annalise Kraus Pembroke Hall’s community atmosphere is constant, yet not exactly typical. Like every morning at 11:30 a.m., when a group of freshmen gather around the lobby’s television to watch “Jeopardy!”. Or at every women’s volleyball game at the Curb Event Center, when dozens of self-proclaimed “Pembros” […]

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Law school confident before accreditation visit

Law school confident before accreditation visit

Three years after Belmont University announced they would open a law school, school officials say the fledgling graduate program is meeting expectations, even though fewer students are applying to enter the program. “By all standards, we are doing well,” said Provost Dr. Thomas Burns. “We’ve met or exceeded all of […]

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Volleyball loses to TSU in five sets

Volleyball loses to TSU in five sets

One set away from a win, the Belmont volleyball team lost three straight sets and fell to a scrappy Tennessee State Tigers team in the Bruins’ conference home opener Tuesday night. “It started off very well, we played with a high level of intensity, and mental discipline,” said head coach […]

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‘Almost Maine’ combines heart with unique plot

‘Almost Maine’ combines heart with unique plot

Realistic moments in reality-breaking settings are the focal point of “Almost Maine,” the Belmont theater department’s first performance of the semester. The John Cariani-penned play revolves around a cold Friday night in the middle of winter in the mythical town of Almost, Maine. The different scenes each explore an aspect […]

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