More students are getting treatment for anxiety on college campuses.

Belmont introduces new master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling

The inaugural class of the master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling is starting this fall, and both the faculty and the students are excited to build a program that blends both Christianity and counseling. Tom Knowles-Bagwell, associate director of the program, met with all 10 of the students on Aug. […]

News
PHOTO REVIEW: 2016 Battle of the Belmont Bands rocks the house despite weather delay

PHOTO REVIEW: 2016 Battle of the Belmont Bands rocks the house despite weather delay

A major thunderstorm blew in mid-Saturday afternoon, mere hours before the scheduled Battle of the Belmont Bands. As rain turned order into chaos, the Office of Alumni Relations and the showcase crew debated what to do about the festivities. Finally, the Office of Alumni Relations made the call. “Due to […]

A&E
Assistant coach Joe Frye reflects on competition at 2016 Olympic trials

Assistant coach Joe Frye reflects on competition at 2016 Olympic trials

Joe Frye, assistant track and field coach and Belmont University graduate, went to the Olympic trials in June for having a remarkable hammer throw in March 2016. “Each year the USA track and field governing body holds outdoor championships and on Olympic years it turns into Olympic trials,” said Frye. […]

Sports
EDITORIAL: Kicking off new school year, new series with the Belmont Vision

EDITORIAL: Kicking off new school year, new series with the Belmont Vision

It’s another year back to school and another year with student news from the Belmont Vision. This year, we’re returning with a great staff, including copy editor Rebecca Arnold, managing editor Grant Robinson, sports editor Celida Salcedo, A&E editor Lexi Brunk, photo editor Hunter Morgan, senior news writers Ally Pace […]

Opinion
More students are getting treatment for anxiety on college campuses.

Belmont introduces new master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling

The inaugural class of the master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling is starting this fall, and both the faculty and the students are excited to build a program that blends both Christianity and counseling. Tom Knowles-Bagwell, associate director of the program, met with all 10 of the students on Aug. […]

News
Assistant coach Joe Frye reflects on competition at 2016 Olympic trials

Assistant coach Joe Frye reflects on competition at 2016 Olympic trials

Joe Frye, assistant track and field coach and Belmont University graduate, went to the Olympic trials in June for having a remarkable hammer throw in March 2016. “Each year the USA track and field governing body holds outdoor championships and on Olympic years it turns into Olympic trials,” said Frye. […]

Sports
PHOTO REVIEW: 2016 Battle of the Belmont Bands rocks the house despite weather delay

PHOTO REVIEW: 2016 Battle of the Belmont Bands rocks the house despite weather delay

A major thunderstorm blew in mid-Saturday afternoon, mere hours before the scheduled Battle of the Belmont Bands. As rain turned order into chaos, the Office of Alumni Relations and the showcase crew debated what to do about the festivities. Finally, the Office of Alumni Relations made the call. “Due to […]

A&E