Students Discuss Virtual Welcome Week and Move-In Process

Students Discuss Virtual Welcome Week and Move-In Process

Jordan Shatto caught up with a few freshmen and Towering Traditions leaders to hear their experiences during Welcome Week, which went virtual due to COVID-19. They also talked about how the move-in process changed this year to accommodate Belmont’s new health and safety guidelines. — Produced by Madison Bowen and […]

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Belmont athletics discusses race, social justice in virtual panel

Belmont athletics discusses race, social justice in virtual panel

As racial and political tensions spark global discourse, necessary conversations have started at Belmont — and the athletics department is no exception. Coaches and faculty from Belmont’s athletic department held a public panel via Zoom Monday night to discuss social justice issues and racial inequalities.  There was agreement across the […]

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From “The Voice” to Belmont: Gracee Shriver reflects on her past, future in the music industry

From “The Voice” to Belmont: Gracee Shriver reflects on her past, future in the music industry

Having already fulfilled her dreams of  being a contestant on NBC’s “The Voice,” freshman Gracee Shriver is fulfilling another dream of hers — going to college in Nashville, Tennessee.  As a 16-year-old contestant on the competition show’s 17th season, the Oklahoma native worked with acclaimed artists such as country musician […]

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Bruin Vision: Why Belmont basketball will be just fine

Bruin Vision: Why Belmont basketball will be just fine

The past months have yielded a series of unexpected and unfortunate events inside Belmont basketball that begs the question: where can the program go from here?  The COVID-19 crisis was the first thing to stun the Bruins. Following a season full of adversity, they punched their ticket to the Big […]

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JaCobi Wood reflects on his passions for basketball and family

JaCobi Wood reflects on his passions for basketball and family

JaCobi Wood is living a lot of young athletes’ dreams — playing college basketball at a Division I school.  Wood, the newest member of  the Belmont Men’s basketball team, built an extremely successful high school career; now, he aims to bring that success to Belmont. Being from Cleveland, Tennessee, Wood […]

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NCAA announces new start date for college basketball season

NCAA announces new start date for college basketball season

After months of deliberation, the NCAA has decided to allow Division I men’s and women’s basketball to begin their seasons on Nov. 25. According to NCAA senior vice president of basketball Dan Gavitt, its biggest deciding factor was that a majority of participating schools, including Belmont, have decided to end […]

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Bruin Vision: Belmont’s growing soccer culture

Bruin Vision: Belmont’s growing soccer culture

Nashville is a growing soccer city — and Belmont is headed in the same direction.  “It is an exciting time to be in Nashville with the new Major League Soccer team and the overall growth of the soccer community,” wrote David Costa, head soccer coach for Belmont University.  “The game […]

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Belmont Alumni Bring Theatre Online

Belmont Alumni Bring Theatre Online

VNN’s Sarah Lawson spoke with Madison Bailey, co-founder of Uprooted Theater Company, and Zachary Payne, Uprooted performer, to learn about how some of Belmont’s thespians have adapted to COVID-19. – Produced by Jordan Shatto.

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Presidential debate to halt in-person learning, restrict campus access

Presidential debate to halt in-person learning, restrict campus access

As move-in finalizes for residential students, Belmont’s attention is turning toward the presidential debate — which the university will host in only 37 days. And as a result, Belmont’s campus will begin to look a lot different for on-campus students to ensure their health and safety, as well as to […]

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‘Ethics was his passion’: Remembering Dr. Harry Hollis

‘Ethics was his passion’: Remembering Dr. Harry Hollis

In the early 1990s, when Dr. Harry Hollis proposed to begin a business ethics course at Belmont, he was pioneering something completely new. “He was really ahead of his time,” said Boyd Smith, current director of the Center for Business Ethics. “It all goes back to Dr. Hollis.” In those […]

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Staying in shape: How Belmont athletes are finding motivation without a season to win

Staying in shape: How Belmont athletes are finding motivation without a season to win

After so many season delays and cancelations, many student-athletes might throw in the towel — but that’s not the case for Belmont’s fall sports teams.  On Aug. 13, the Southern Conference Council of Presidents announced their decision to postpone fall sports until Spring of 2021. The next day, the Ohio […]

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Bruin Vision: Nick Muszynski’s top career highlights

Bruin Vision: Nick Muszynski’s top career highlights

Bruin Vision is a new column from the Vision’s sports section co-editors Julieann Challacombe and Ian Kayanja. Featuring analysis and opinions from a variety of student writers, Bruin Vision will be a regular series that breaks down the best of Belmont sports. Junior center Nick Muszynski holds the Belmont record […]

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