Beginning July 2014, the College of Arts and Sciences will see many new changes: a new building, a new structure and now, a new dean. With the split of the CAS into the College of Science and Mathematics and the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences announced earlier this […]
While injuries can permanently set back an athlete, Marcus Bridger-Wilkinson took the opportunity to come back stronger than before. His efforts proved successful as he now shares this year’s Bruins’ Choice Male Athlete of the Year honors with fellow team member Matt Miller. Bridger-Wilkinson suffered an inch-long tear in the […]
When former Belmont men’s soccer player Dr. Paulo Boero was told that his assist record was finally broken after almost twenty years, he first had to be reminded what record it was that he had held in the first place. Before working at Belmont as a Spanish professor, Boero received […]
Belmont has serious flower fever and that’s totally okay. Flowers are in bloom especially these past two weeks, making the campus pop with some color and sometimes very potent fragrances. However, the flower takeover isn’t very diverse- almost all the flowers are tulips.
Staff writer Grayson Hester has heard the rumors of Sushi Sam’s, aka the Sushi Nazi, unorthodox methods for customer service. So he decided to see if he could get service on his first visit.
Ja’shavre’l Miller and her best friend were so excited to be selected for the Bridges to Belmont program that they did cartwheels down the hallways of Stratford High School last spring. Now a year later, Miller is still thankful for the full-scholarship initiative that pays for her tuition and board […]
Beginning July 2014, the College of Arts and Sciences will see many new changes: a new building, a new structure and now, a new dean. With the split of the CAS into the College of Science and Mathematics and the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences announced earlier this […]News
For Neon Trees, the colors might be fading a bit early. The four-piece, new wave band based out of Provo, Utah has seen some commercial success. With their first single, “Animal,” climbing to No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 on the alternative chart, the band has […]A&E
When the Nashville Metros ceased after 23 years of operation, the opportunity emerged for a new organization to claim rights to a semi-professional soccer team in Nashville. With the hopes of a team to fill the vacancy, Nashville area native Chris Jones and a few friends decided to form Nashville […]Sports
Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of getting to chat with Betty Wiseman, a living Belmont legend at her home in Brentwood. She was most hospitable, and the interview had been lighthearted until I asked her a certain question. “What does Belmont mean to you?” Wiseman fell silent. A […]Opinion
Belmont-raised band Staying For the Weekend might make you stick around just a little bit longer. Since being formed roughly two years ago, childhood friends Mac Gibbons, drums, Carson Mays, guitar, Kurt Krafft, guitar, and Wade Luplow, drums, the band has seen exponential growth. From playing Bonnaroo 2013 to headlining […]
It is no secret that many students come to Belmont for music. Some dream of becoming performers or music educators. But some dream of using music as medicine. Beginning this fall, those students will have the opportunity to do just that. Belmont is expanding the music department to include its […]