PHOTOS: Best of the Best honors Curb

PHOTOS: Best of the Best honors Curb

Belmont’s annual Best of the Best showcase took place in the Curb Event Center on Sat., April 14. A special thanks was given to music industry icon and Belmont trustee emeritus Mike Curb, who received the 2012 Robert E. Mulloy Award of Excellence during the show. Urban/Pop Showcase winner Tre […]

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PHOTOS: Showcase adds a little country ‘twang’ to the stage

PHOTOS: Showcase adds a little country ‘twang’ to the stage

  Twang, rhinestones, and cowboy boots all made an appearance at 2012 Country Showcase, but the main highlight of the night was the performers. Matt Enik, Kaileigh Bullard, Nate Montgomery and Tristen Smith stirred the Curb Event Center with their high energy performances Saturday night. Competition between the acts was […]

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Moovin’ on up! Belmont duo taking milkshakes on the road

Moovin’ on up! Belmont duo taking milkshakes on the road

Ale Delgado and Hayden Coleman are anything but your average college students. They are the entrepreneurial minds behind a new project and business called Moovers and Shakers. Moovers and Shakers is the brainchild of both Delgado and Coleman. Each one has a story of how they came to love soda […]

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Cheerwine: Everybody knows your name

Cheerwine: Everybody knows your name

The Cheerwine craze is in Nashville and on Belmont’s campus in full force. The trendy, cherry-flavored soda has been hard to come by in Middle Tennessee for some time now, but that has all changed thanks to the distributors at Pepsi-Cola in Nashville. “I found out about Cheerwine on a […]

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Students close-knit

Students close-knit

The art of knitting might not be a long-lost pastime at Belmont. If you take a look into many of the residence halls, you can sometimes see little groups of people knitting and chatting. “It is a very social thing and being able to create things is really cool,” said […]

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Urban sprawl keeps students at crawl

Urban sprawl keeps students at crawl

In a recent study by the CEOs for Cities, Nashville was named the worst city in the United States for commute time because of suburban sprawl, the expansion of cities and their suburbs to lower-density outskirts. The average Nashville driver spends 164 hours in traffic every year because of commuting. […]

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Jazz is ‘Real’: EP out soon from alum Cristina Taddonio

Jazz is ‘Real’: EP out soon from alum Cristina Taddonio

REVIEW Belmont alumna Cristina Taddonio is the pop/ jazz scene’s newest sensation. Her performance at Gallery F, a cozy little place on the corner of Grand & 19th Avenue South that features contemporary & outsider art, was an outstanding display of her talents. Taddonio, who was recently named the Foreign […]

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Make a decision: Go Green, 18

Make a decision: Go Green, 18

Belmont’s continued effort to go green has led it to be the first participant in Go Green, District 18. The university retrofitted the Honors House as a prototype for other homes in the neighborhood and has been working harder to encourage students to recycle and be energy efficient. This initiative […]

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