SGA election yields low numbers

SGA election yields low numbers

Jacob Bush knew there was an election on campus, but beyond that he was mostly in the dark. “I’d seen the posters and the JT spoof, but it was really wasn’t clear where or how we were supposed to vote,” he said. Others, like Samuel Dew, did not even know […]

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‘Can’t Wake Up’ from the Apache Relay fever

‘Can’t Wake Up’ from the Apache Relay fever

What do 2 Chainz and The Apache Relay have in common? It’s that both artists performed in Nashville on Saturday, April 12. The only difference is that The Apache Relay show was sold out. Performing at Marathon Music Works’ Spring Block Party sponsored by Lightning 100, the band rocked out […]

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Ludwig shows agility in the classroom, on the mound

Ludwig shows agility in the classroom, on the mound

What makes a pitcher effective is his versatility, his focus and his adaptability. Belmont junior Dan Ludwig is no exception as he has not only mastered life on the mound but in the classroom as well. Balancing the two has not been an easy task, but it is a challenge […]

Sports
Stress overwhelms and isolates students

Stress overwhelms and isolates students

In your last year of college, one of the words you hear most frequently is “senioritis,” that deep, dark hole of procrastination that threatens to swallow every student who is unlucky enough to stop, take a breath and think for a moment when they are within sight of graduation. However, […]

Opinion
From soccer player to Spanish professor

From soccer player to Spanish professor

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 […]

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PHOTOS: April showers bring … April flowers

PHOTOS: April showers bring … April flowers

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.

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Roundabout kind of way

Roundabout kind of way

Belmont’s first ever roundabout was opened for use April 1 as a replacement for the four-way stop at the intersection of 15th and Acklen Avenues. While it may be a new idea for Belmont students, the roundabout has actually been in talks since early 2010, said Dr. Jason Rogers, vice […]

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