Beat ‘n’ Track: Friends of Lola

Beat ‘n’ Track: Friends of Lola

The Beat ‘N Track takes its last spin of the semester with commercial voice major Cyrena Wages. From Memphis to New York City to Nashville, Wages, along with her brother Houston Wages and her boyfriend Gabe Rabben, have come together to form a new project known as, Friends of Lola […]

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Beat ‘n’ Track: Logan Brill

Beat ‘n’ Track: Logan Brill

The Beat ‘n’ Track plays on this month with senior Logan Brill. Although a native of Knoxville, Tenn., Brill might tell you her experiences at Belmont and in Nashville have been “très bon.” A French major and music minor, Brill’s style rounds out the country music vibe of Nashville with […]

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The Week at Belmont – March 21, 2013

The Week at Belmont – March 21, 2013

This week, Chief Correspondent Katie Greene is tuning in from Salt Lake City where your men’s basketball team will take on the Arizona Wildcats Thursday night. Meanwhile, back here on campus Junior Correspondent Will Hadden is attending to your #belmontproblems while your Host Annalise Kraus has the latest and greatest happenings […]

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Beat ‘n’ Track: Mignon Grabois

Beat ‘n’ Track: Mignon Grabois

The Beat ‘n’ Track plays on this month with freshman commercial voice major Mignon Grabois. Though her enrollment at Belmont has just begun, her career in music and songwriting already has a solid foundation including musical theater and exposure through national radio and the CMA’s. Belmont Vision: How did you […]

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Beat N’ Track: David Smith

Beat N’ Track: David Smith

David Smith is not your typical college senior. The 24-year-old had a slew of other experiences and possible career paths before he decided to come to Belmont. After obtaining skills in construction work, plumbing, and pool table and dartboard installation, Smith found possibilities at Belmont during his downtime from selling […]

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Beat ‘n’ Track: Aubrey Wollett

Beat ‘n’ Track: Aubrey Wollett

Straight from the pages of her elementary school diaries, Tampa, Fla. native Aubrey Wollett wanted to one day move to Nashville to be a famous singer. Although she was willing and ready to start her college career at Belmont after graduating from high school, Wollett’s journey to campus took a […]

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Security officer journeys from destruction to divinity

Security officer journeys from destruction to divinity

His cap says ‘Security.’ His nameplate: ‘L. Maxwell.’ He patrols the campus with an ear-to-ear grin and despite the wrinkles and gray hair. There’s no question he loves his job. But before he began wearing his Belmont University Patrol Officer badge, he spent years rebelling against the law he now enforces. […]

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Beat ‘n’ Track: Skeleton at the Feast

Beat ‘n’ Track: Skeleton at the Feast

The Beat N’ Track plays on this month with senior audio engineering technology major Levi Gordon. Growing up in a Pittsburgh suburb, Gordon struggled to find which crowd he fit in with, attending private school yet growing up in a low-income area. After years of being seen as too privileged […]

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Pinter wins statewide award

Pinter wins statewide award

Dr. Mike Pinter, professor of mathematics and director of the Teaching Center, was named the 2012 Tennessee Professor of the Year Thursday in Washington D.C. “This will definitely stand out as one of the highlights of my career,” Pinter said. Out of about 300 professors in the United States who […]

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Beat ‘n’ Track: Judah and the Lion

Beat ‘n’ Track: Judah and the Lion

A history of sports led to a future in music for senior Judah Akers, who is now the lead singer and guitarist of the Christian band Judah & the Lion. Although the trio of Akers, Nate Zuercher, and Brian MacDonald have spent less than a year together, they have already […]

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Beat ‘n’ Track: Katie Kendall

Beat ‘n’ Track: Katie Kendall

The Beat N’ Track plays on this month with senior entertainment industries studies major, Katie Kendall. She always knew music was tugging on her heart strings and when Kendall was 12 years old, her family had confidence that a move to Gallatin, Tenn. was a step in the right direction. […]

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A Bruin Abroad: Senior catches Olympic fever

A Bruin Abroad: Senior catches Olympic fever

There is nothing I hate more than when a teacher tells a classroom full of new faces, “When I call your name, tell us where you’re from, what your major is, and something fun you did this summer.” We’ve all been there, trying to reach for something more exciting than […]

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