Belmont cancels all summer study abroad trips due to COVID-19 pandemic

Belmont cancels all summer study abroad trips due to COVID-19 pandemic

This summer Belmont Students will not get the experience of taking study abroad classes in countries including England, Germany, Australia and Africa.  All study abroad programs were canceled as a result of the COVID- 19 pandemic.  “COVID-19 presents unprecedented challenges for many. I’m writing today to notify you of the […]

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Belmont student tests positive for COVID-19, another awaits testing

Belmont student tests positive for COVID-19, another awaits testing

A Belmont student has tested positive for COVID-19, the Belmont Vision has learned. Another student is experiencing symptoms and looking to get tested. As the novel coronavirus spreads at an exponential rate, the Belmont community is now being affected directly. One student has confirmed that he tested positive for the […]

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Opinion: Dear Seniors, we will get through this together

Opinion: Dear Seniors, we will get through this together

Dear Seniors, We’re so sorry. This was it. You worked so hard throughout your four years to finally walk across that stage and accept your diploma while your fellow students and faculty cheered you on. This was the time for you to be experiencing all of your “lasts” to give […]

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Spring Graduation 2019 at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, May 4, 2019.

Seniors respond to uncertainties in wake of COVID-19 crisis

COVID-19 has left many seniors with uncertainties in their last semester at Belmont from graduation being postponed to classes moving online.   “I think that the hardest part about it was having absolutely no idea that all of this was coming when I left for Spring Break,” said senior Olivia Steiner. […]

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Performing arts professors find creative ways to teach online

Performing arts professors find creative ways to teach online

From online performances to live web production, professors in theater and performance classes are finding new ways to have class now that the university has moved online for the remainder of the semester. “For theatre students, liveness is a critical part of their process,” said Dr. Jane Duncan, associate dean […]

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WELL-Core moves online for the remainder of the semester

WELL-Core moves online for the remainder of the semester

WELL-Core events are moving online for the rest of the spring semester. All Belmont undergraduate students can get convo credit through live events and self-paced learning as it is posted on Blackboard. For Vice Provost of Academic Affairs Phil Johnston, Blackboard seemed like the obvious choice as the medium to […]

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Belmont cancels maymesters leaving professors to search for solutions

Belmont cancels maymesters leaving professors to search for solutions

More than 500 students will not be able to study abroad after Belmont University canceled all maymester study abroad programs due to growing COVID-19 concerns.  “This decision was made out of concern for your safety and health in light of the current global coronavirus pandemic,” said an email from Associate […]

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Belmont Study Abroad programs stay alive by rerouting international trips

Belmont Study Abroad programs stay alive by rerouting international trips

Belmont’s study abroad has canceled or rerouted some of their summer trips due to the spread of coronavirus — however, foresee a continuation of the majority of the summer abroad programs.  This semester, the Belmont Abroad program has 75 students abroad with provider programs and plans to have 850 undergraduate […]

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The women’s basketball team falls to SEMO 114-99 in OVC semifinal

The women’s basketball team falls to SEMO 114-99 in OVC semifinal

The second seeded Belmont women’s basketball team ended their playoff run in the quarterfinals of the Ohio Valley Conference tournament after a tough 114-99 loss against third seeded Southeast Missouri.  This will be the first time in four years that the Bruins haven’t taken home the OVC title, and the […]

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Belmont cautions community about coronavirus as first case hits Tennessee

Belmont cautions community about coronavirus as first case hits Tennessee

After the first case of coronavirus was discovered in Middle Tennessee, Belmont University emailed students faculty and staff additional information to stay safe and healthy as Spring Break approaches.   Though no cases have been identified on Belmont’s campus, the Office of Communications said: “We are strongly discouraging personal travel to […]

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Spring Break travel tips

Spring Break travel tips

Spring break is right around the corner, and the recent cancellation of many academic spring break and mission trips may leave you wondering what to do.  There are plenty of other options to plan a last minute spring break trip with your friends and still have the time of your […]

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MICHAEL DANN | OVC

The Bruins just slip by Austin Peay in OVC Tournament quarterfinal 76-73

The Belmont women’s basketball team scraped by Austin Peay in the first round of the Ohio Valley Tournament with an overtime win of 76-73 in Evansville, Indiana.  Despite such a close call, each of the seniors put up double figures to welcome the last tournament run of their career. Ellie […]

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