Moon Taxi gives back with charity food and toy drive

Moon Taxi gives back with charity food and toy drive

Alumni band Moon Taxi is celebrating the season by giving back to Nashville’s community. The indie-rock group partnered with Lightning 100 and Frothy Monkey to promote the Metro Police Christmas Charities program, which gave baskets of food and toys to deserving families in Davidson County. “We love Lightning 100 and […]

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Belmont acquires multi-million dollar Frederick Hart art collection

Belmont acquires multi-million dollar Frederick Hart art collection

Belmont announced the acquisition of over 250 works by acclaimed sculptor Frederick Hart at a ceremony on Wednesday. The multi-million dollar collection includes completed sculptures, molds, plasters, sculpting tools and works that were not able to be completed before Hart’s death in 1999. It was donated by the Frederick Hart […]

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How to get rid of those leftover declining points

How to get rid of those leftover declining points

As the semester winds down, you may find that on top of the stress of finals you now have an absurd amount of declining points to get rid of before they expire. Beyond the Curb Café, students can use declining points at two convenience stores and other eateries around campus. […]

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PRSSA supports childhood cancer research at Jam With Purpose

PRSSA supports childhood cancer research at Jam With Purpose

A crisp fall day served as the perfect backdrop to gather in the fight against childhood cancer. Belmont’s Public Relations Student Society of America chapter partnered with the nonprofit group With Purpose on Friday to raise awareness for childhood cancer research during Jam With Purpose, a music festival held on […]

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Colton Smith builds platform for positivity on “The Voice”

Colton Smith builds platform for positivity on “The Voice”

Colton Smith hopes to be the role model he never had when he was younger. “I never had a role model on TV or in media or in my family, so I really didn’t know how to be a gay man,” he said. The Belmont senior is using his newfound […]

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Music for Midterms: Study playlists to get you through the week

Music for Midterms: Study playlists to get you through the week

It’s time for midterms – and the sea of baggy eyes and disposable coffee cups on campus seems to prove it. If the absolutely overwhelming dread of midterms has you wound a little too tight, hopefully some of these songs can help to mellow you out. The Vision staff compiled […]

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Fall activities around Nashville

Fall activities around Nashville

If you’ve been patiently counting down the days until you can slip into your favorite sweater: your time is near. Fall brings so many activities and events that wouldn’t feel right at any other time of the year. Knocking on strangers’ doors for candy? Wearing boots exclusively, no matter the […]

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Opinion: Finding success as a first-generation college student

Opinion: Finding success as a first-generation college student

Going to college is scary. Moving out of the only home you’ve ever known, finding a new support system, dealing with the increase in expectations and responsibilities, navigating each professor’s procedures, adjusting to a new city and the dreaded “freshman fifteen.” All absolutely terrifying. These are the kind of things […]

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Review: Paramore’s ‘Art + Friends’ showcases Nashville creatives

Review: Paramore’s ‘Art + Friends’ showcases Nashville creatives

The theme of Paramore’s Art + Friends event Friday was best summed up by Alicia Bognanno of Bully. “We’re Bully. We’re from here. So is everyone.” Art + Friends was a one-day music and art festival meant to showcase Nashville’s weirder side. Hosted by Paramore, the event included performances from […]

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New residence hall brings the end of forced triple dorms

New residence hall brings the end of forced triple dorms

Erin Bailey was excited for her freshman move in at Belmont in the fall of 2017, but the experience was tainted by the fact that she had to move into a forced triple dorm room. “Moving in had an air of excitement, but it gradually got worse throughout the year,” […]

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New fitness studio opens in Tall Hall

New fitness studio opens in Tall Hall

In the midst of Belmont’s many other additions and changes this year, a new fitness studio is now open in Tall Hall to help students maintain a healthy lifestyle. “With the growing student population, we had some pressure on the facilities in the Beaman. So this was added to help […]

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Nothing lost: Liza Anne embraces questions and uncertainty in music and life

Nothing lost: Liza Anne embraces questions and uncertainty in music and life

Liza Anne didn’t just emerge in the indie-rock scene — she exploded. And the former Belmont student wants to savor every moment of the experience. “The thing that stuck with me most was in the first class of my first semester at Belmont,” she said. “It was a creative writing […]

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