This week we’re all up in each others’ business. Harvest party, Fiesta in the Beaman mid term elections and academic advising. It’s all here! It’s The Week at Belmont.
Articles written by: Erin Carson
This month, Vision editor Erin Carson sat down with artist Chase Foster to cover some serious musical territory. Hailing from Winfield, Okla., Foster is into everything from western swing music to Chic Corea to John Legend and The Roots. He released his first LP, “Half-written Letters,” in June and will [...]
I like news a lot. I like reading it, I like listening to it, I like writing it and I love writing about it. When the time rolls around every month to write my column for the Vision, I usually start sifting through all the articles I starred on Google [...]
It’s been quite a year for the members of Belmont’s Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) team. In May, they won the 2010 national championship, and this month they traveled to Anaheim, Calif., where they represented the entire United States in the SIFE World Cup and finished in third place. “This [...]
Or click here to watch! This week we’re a little bit stoked about Halloween. Belmont has decided to ban smoking, the Humanities Symposium kicks off this week and Boo Bash is slated for Friday. Also, we totally gave into some midterm election humor. It’s The Week at Belmont!
Students looking to snag an afternoon snack need not race the clock over to What’s Bruin before 4 p.m. anymore. Starting Oct. 20, What’s Bruin, located in the Beaman Student Life Center, will be open until 9 p.m. every weeknight. According to Student Government Association President Eric S. Deems, SGA [...]
Belmont’s department of communication studies, in conjunction with Lambda Pi Eta, is sponsoring Free Speech Week Oct. 20 – Oct. 22. Free Speech Week is actually a national event of the National Communication Association. This year the theme is Censorship in the 21st Century. According to Pamela Parry, associate professor [...]
This week the rain kept us off Belmont’s scenic quad and stuffed inside the Vision office. No worries though, much like the United States Postal Service, no form of inclement weather can stop the TWAB crew. This week: Disco is Dead, Free Speech Week and midterms. It’s The Week at [...]
Image(n), the senior project of a group of Honors students, is collecting used digital cameras and accessories Oct. 5-22. The goal of the project is to collect these items and distribute them to under-served public schools in the community. Group member Kate Cauthen sees many benefits to integrating photography into [...]
This week we bring you another edition of The Week at Belmont. Been looking to get rid of that old digital camera of yours? Well, we can tell you exactly what to do with it. Donate it! Correspondent Dustin Stout brings us news on the provost search, and we’re thinking [...]
This week we talk about the Pembroke Date Auction, the President’s 4th annual Spirit award, Tartuffe, the latest issue of The Vision and Erin and Cassidy grab the intern and head over to the Beaman to check out a couple of bikes using the new Bike Share program. Let’s just [...]
This month, Vision editor Erin Carson sat down with singer-songwriter Cody Fry. The Chicago native talked about singing on commercial jingles as a kid, performing “Hey Jude” in front of legendary Beatles’ producer George Martin, and rock climbing in his free time. He’s also about to release a new EP [...]
Back in August, the New York Times magazine published a cover piece called “What is it About 20-somethings?” The cover had a grid of photos showing a bunch of disinterested young people, weird, egocentric hipsters, kids with bored, blank eyes. In sum, victims of a malaise that has an entire [...]