Meet the new Bruin: Ally Bessette

Meet the new Bruin: Ally Bessette

Ally Bessette is an exercise science major from Bryan, Texas. A second baseman for the softball team, her favorite book is “God’s Not Dead” by Rice Broocks. She has a passion for adventures and loves camping with her family. Having a family who played, Bessette grew up around softball. At […]

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Meet the new Bruin: Jess Andree

Meet the new Bruin: Jess Andree

Jess Andree is a psychology major from Darien, Ill. who is currently in season competing on the softball team as a middle infielder. Her favorite food is mac and cheese and her favorite book is “The Five People You Meet in Heaven” by Mitch Albom. When she isn’t playing softball, […]

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Meet the new Bruin: Taylor Hodge

Meet the new Bruin: Taylor Hodge

A member of the softball team, Taylor Hodge is a freshman biology major from Knoxville, Tenn. She loves hiking, playing with her two dogs at home and watching baseball. Her favorite book is “Kisses from Katie,” the true story of a Nashville teen who went to Uganda to adopt 13 […]

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Students volunteer at Rose Park for 15th Annual Family Literacy Day

Students volunteer at Rose Park for 15th Annual Family Literacy Day

It was a sunny day with clear skies for Belmont’s 15th Annual Family Literacy Day at Rose Park. The event, held Saturday afternoon and sponsored by Belmont’s Volunteers for Literacy, invited children of all ages within the Nashville community to read books with Belmont students. Student volunteers sat on blankets […]

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Women’s empowerment group promotes self-love

Women’s empowerment group promotes self-love

A Belmont junior is encouraging young women to love themselves and each other through I Am That Girl, a national women’s empowerment group that serves as a community for promoting self-worth in today’s world. Graceann Belgiorno applied to be head of the Nashville chapter last summer and now holds meetings […]

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Sexual Assault Awareness Week seeks open conversation on stopping attacks, violence

Sexual Assault Awareness Week seeks open conversation on stopping attacks, violence

Hands for Hope and campus security will promote awareness for sexual assault through several educational and interactive events this week. Sexual Assault Awareness Week encourages students to be aware of their own actions and how they affect others, said Hands for Hope president Christina Hughes. “Realize that when you hurt […]

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Meet the new Bruin: Sierra Jones

Meet the new Bruin: Sierra Jones

Sierra Jones is a freshman math major with a Spanish minor from Huntsville, Ala. As a military child, she has moved a few times growing up. Her father is her role model. Jones has a passion for volunteering. She especially enjoys tutoring and spending time with inner-city children. She loves […]

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Belmont adds nine student organizations to campus

Belmont adds nine student organizations to campus

The number of student organizations at Belmont continues to rise in both number and diversity with the addition of nine new on-campus groups. The organizations approved this semester include HOPE Council, Belmont Student Emergency Response Team, United Nations Children’s Fund, Belmont Chapter of the American Music Therapy Association for Students, […]

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