Belmont Vision brings home 3 Associated Press awards

Belmont Vision brings home 3 Associated Press awards

The Belmont Vision won three awards given by the Tennessee AP Broadcasters and Media Editors for its work in 2016. Four members of the Belmont Vision staff attended the Tennessee AP College Awards on April 8. The awards, held at Vanderbilt University, acknowledged the work from college media sources in […]

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Provost Dr. Thomas Burns talks BELL Core proposal

Provost Dr. Thomas Burns talks BELL Core proposal

Proposed changes to the BELL Core have had students and faculty worried about the outcome since the changes were first brought up in February. In reality, this conversation has been going on for around two years. The Vision sat down with Provost Dr. Thomas Burns to clear up any misunderstandings […]

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Belmont and Lipscomb universities scheduled to merge, reach Vision 2020 goal

Belmont and Lipscomb universities scheduled to merge, reach Vision 2020 goal

In an effort to reach the student enrollment goal in the Vision 2020 earlier, Belmont University and Lipscomb University are merging. “It makes sense why Lipscomb and Belmont are merging,” said Anna Rogers, a Lipscomb student. “There’s nowhere for us to go other than vertical, so we’re reaching out to […]

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Black Student Association hosts annual BSA Week

Black Student Association hosts annual BSA Week

Belmont’s Black Student Association is hosting its annual BSA Week — and there’s a lot planned for everyone, not just current BSA members. “BSA puts on BSA Week as a fun way to show our members we appreciate them,” said BSA President Jeremy Capps. BSA has already led a chapel […]

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PHOTOS: Students travel without needing passport at World Culture Festival

PHOTOS: Students travel without needing passport at World Culture Festival

Students had the chance to travel around the world in a couple hours on March 24 at the 2017 World Culture Festival held in the Beaman Student Center. Everything from dances, music and martial arts graced the stage to show off the different cultures of the world starting at 4:30 […]

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More students are getting treatment for anxiety on college campuses.

UPDATE: Belmont hires 3 counselors, says provost

Belmont has hired two contract counselors and at least one more is expected to be in place by the end of next week, said Provost Dr. Thomas Burns. “I believe one has already started. I believe the other would be starting probably early next week,” Burns said. “There really shouldn’t […]

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More students are getting treatment for anxiety on college campuses.

Counseling Services cut nearly in half, loses three employees

  Within the past week, three employees have been removed from the Office of Counseling Services staff page — including the director and assistant director. Peg Leonard-Martin, the former director of Counseling Services, is no longer employed at Belmont as confirmed by Human Resources on March 20. In addition, Georgia […]

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BELL Core forum allows discussion, input from students

BELL Core forum allows discussion, input from students

For the first time since the BELL Core reformation proposal in February, students were given the opportunity to gather and ask questions in a structured setting. On March 16, a BELL Core Reform Student Forum was held in the Janet Ayers Academic Center. At the event co-sponsored by the Student […]

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Belmont will take on Kentucky in NCAA women’s basketball tournament

Belmont will take on Kentucky in NCAA women’s basketball tournament

The Belmont women’s basketball team will be taking on No. 4 seed Kentucky in the first round of the 2017 NCAA women’s basketball tournament. Belmont students, faculty and fans alike gathered in the Beaman Student Center Monday evening to show their support, enjoy the free food and watch the NCAA […]

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Dining hall presents ‘Flavors of Germany’

Dining hall presents ‘Flavors of Germany’

Each year, Sodexo features the cuisine of a different country – this year, the marker landed on Germany. Featuring the food of global Chef Murat Er, the dining hall will be serving German cuisine on Friday during lunch. Er travels around the country to different universities, letting students taste and […]

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Meet the Staff: Rebecca Arnold

Meet the Staff: Rebecca Arnold

My name is Rebecca Arnold, and I’m a senior journalism major, sociology minor – so, yes, I’m on the final stretch of my college career. I’m one of the rare few who have known what they wanted to major in since the beginning of high school. I’m currently the editor […]

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Belmont Vision named Best College Website in Southeast

Belmont Vision named Best College Website in Southeast

The Belmont Vision was named the Best College Website at the 2017 Southeast Journalism Conference, beating out 29 universities from seven states. Members of the Belmont Vision staff traveled to the University of Mississippi to compete in the Southeast Journalism Conference from Feb. 16-18. Ten students participated in onsite competition […]

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