Fall Follies 2014 preview : redefining campus comedy

Fall Follies 2014 preview : redefining campus comedy

Twenty years ago, a Belmont student came up with an idea that would eventually pack the seats of the Massey Performing Arts Center and become one of the university’s most iconic traditions. Fall Follies is an annual comedy show where select Belmont students come together to put on a “Saturday […]

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Ok Go puts on more than an O.K. show

Ok Go puts on more than an O.K. show

OK Go may be a four-piece group, but in their performance Friday night at Mercy Lounge, a sold-out crowd of 500 people might as well have been added to their lineup. The band, touring in support of its new album “Hungry Ghosts,” took the stage for almost two hours and […]

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Meet the new Bruin: Matthew Blivin

Meet the new Bruin: Matthew Blivin

Belmont freshman Matthew Blivin had a late start to his cross-country career, but he is looking to make the most of his chances. “I played soccer for 10 years, and last year I joined cross-country,” said Blivin. “Now, I’m here.” Blivin has maintained a connection to soccer even as he […]

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Seven local restaurants to support

Seven local restaurants to support

Food is everywhere, calling on our bank accounts to spend money on greasy fats that leave our stomachs queasy. Nashville, Tenn. is a food city, but the sheer amount of options makes it difficult to choose where to eat. If you want to make the most out of your buck, […]

Opinion
Fall Follies previews: the production team

Fall Follies previews: the production team

Ike Flitcraft- director A Follies lover from his freshman year, Flitcraft knew he had to be involved in Follies. After auditioning for and getting a spot as a writer last year, his senior year came with the promotion from writer to director. How did you get involved with Fall Follies? […]

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Ok Go puts on more than an O.K. show

Ok Go puts on more than an O.K. show

OK Go may be a four-piece group, but in their performance Friday night at Mercy Lounge, a sold-out crowd of 500 people might as well have been added to their lineup. The band, touring in support of its new album “Hungry Ghosts,” took the stage for almost two hours and […]

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Profile the professor: Dr. Jayme Yeo

Profile the professor: Dr. Jayme Yeo

Belmont professor Dr. Jayme Yeo spent five weeks during the summer teaching Shakespeare to inmates on death row at Riverbend Maximum Security Prison in Nashville, Tenn. Yeo studies early modern literature and is a Shakespearean. “I had heard about this phenomenon through some research I was doing about The Tempest. […]

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