Video: Dr. Fisher gives himself ‘low marks’

Video: Dr. Fisher gives himself ‘low marks’

Video by Erin Carson Read the Vision’s coverage of Fisher’s statement.

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Donor Mike Curb calls on Belmont to correct ‘injustice’

Donor Mike Curb calls on Belmont to correct ‘injustice’

Major Belmont donor Mike Curb is calling on Belmont to reconsider its hiring policies. “I will do everything I can to try to get the Board of Trustees to reconsider their position based on the fact that this is a basic civil rights issue,”  Curb said with reference to the […]

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BU says ‘no’ to Bridge Builders

BU says ‘no’ to Bridge Builders

After resubmitting paperwork to achieve recognition as a student organization on Belmont’s campus, Student Affairs has again rejected Bridge Builders, a group whose intended mission is to “examine the intersection of Christian faith and LGBT related issues through group discussion.” The group also sought recognition in the spring, but the […]

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Long and winding road to iTunes

Long and winding road to iTunes

If you’ve opened up iTunes within the past two or so weeks, you’ve noticed that the homepage is plastered with The Beatles. After years of dispute, the Fab Four finally reconciled with Apple (the software company, that is) and worked out a deal to sell Beatles music on iTunes. It […]

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The Beat ‘n’ Track with Brinley Addington

The Beat ‘n’ Track with Brinley Addington

It’s only an accomplished musician who knows how to comfort a bar patron still carting around the ashes of his departed dog. Senior Brinley Addington has had a bead on a career as a singer since as far back as he can remember. His December graduation is near and he […]

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The Week at Belmont – November 10, 2010

The Week at Belmont – November 10, 2010

This week is a total blast. (That’s a pun. You’ll see.) We bring you Urban/Pop showcase results, the Ballad of Baby Doe, 33 Variations and Correspondent Cassidy Hodges finds herself a hubby in under 60 seconds. It’s The Week at Belmont!

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The Week at Belmont – November 3, 2010

The Week at Belmont – November 3, 2010

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.

Opinion
The Beat ‘n’ Track with Chase Foster

The Beat ‘n’ Track with Chase Foster

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 […]

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News saturation kills debate

News saturation kills debate

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 […]

Opinion
SIFE team takes 3rd at World Cup

SIFE team takes 3rd at World Cup

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 […]

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AGD, Phi Mu present Boo Bash

AGD, Phi Mu present Boo Bash

Every year, Belmont sororities Phi Mu and Alpha Gamma Delta partner to throw a  Halloween event titled Boo Bash. It is a campus wide event that will be held in Neely Dinning Room on Oct. 29 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. The $1 admission will be donated to the two […]

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The Week at Belmont – October 27, 2010

The Week at Belmont – October 27, 2010

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!

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