Art crawl asks ‘What else is art?’

Art crawl asks ‘What else is art?’

On Wed., Nov. 17, the Maddox Grand Atrium will be full of various art forms ranging from metal and trash sculptures to furniture and photography. The art crawl will be from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. “We came up with the idea for an art crawl to promote the [university […]

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Volunteers needed Saturday Hands on Nashville projects

Volunteers needed Saturday Hands on Nashville projects

Community service convocation credits are required of Belmont students, but the events also bring students together and help serve the community. One of the big ones is 8 a.m to noon Saturday when the Belmont group joins hundreds of others to provide “hands on” effort to Nashville schools. Hands on […]

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‘Best Job Ever’ panelists provide first-hand info on music industry

‘Best Job Ever’ panelists provide first-hand info on music industry

Kids all dream of having the best job ever – astronaut, doctor, fireman. By college age, the “best job ever” seemed to change or diminish all together. But there’s still hope. The “Best Job Ever” Conference is coming up Saturday, Sept. 25, and presenters will offer information about working in […]

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Christian author, activist Brian McLaren headlines EMERGE

Christian author, activist Brian McLaren headlines EMERGE

University Ministries is hosting EMERGE next week from Sept. 13-15. EMERGE is a series of convocation events with this year’s keynote speaker Brian McLaren, chosen by Time Magazine as one of  the 25 most influential evangelicals in the nation. “Some people are incredibly excited [about hearing McLaren speak], some people […]

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Bunch Library celebrates National Library Week

Bunch Library celebrates National Library Week

This week marks the culmination of over a month of planning and waiting on the part of the Lila D. Bunch library staff. National Library Week runs April 11-17 and is all about spreading awareness of libraries and their benefit to communities. This year’s theme is “Communities Thrive @ Your […]

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‘Grease’ opens on Belmont stage

‘Grease’ opens on Belmont stage

“Summer lovin’, had me a blast.” The Troutt Theatre will be filled with the sounds of this ‘50s teen anthem when Grease opens at Belmont this weekend, bringing the Broadway hit to the stage and the fictional Rydell High’s teenagers still struggling with generational angst. The spring production of the […]

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Galaxy Star benefit free, fun

Galaxy Star benefit free, fun

Future will headline the benefit for underprivileged youth when the Galaxy Star benefit opens its doors at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4, in Beaman A & B.

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Campus Security addresses emergencies

Campus Security addresses emergencies

Crisis situations on college campuses are becoming all too familiar in many areas, but if a crisis strikes Belmont, Campus Security has a plan.

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Humanities symposium under way; poet Mary Oliver speaks Thursday

Humanities symposium under way; poet Mary Oliver speaks Thursday

Belmont University’s catchy slogan “from here to anywhere” never mentions that graduates can come back, yet singer-songwriter and alumna Adrienne Young plans to do so for the eight day Humanities Symposium Sept. 13-21 where she will join the Pulitzer-winning poet Mary Oliver. The two are part of a list that includes writer/naturalist Janisse Ray along with many other speakers and guests.

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