REVIEW: ‘The Good Woman of Setzuan’ brings energetic cast, compelling story to Troutt Theater

REVIEW: ‘The Good Woman of Setzuan’ brings energetic cast, compelling story to Troutt Theater

In its opening weekend at the Troutt Theater, the Belmont University theatre and dance department’s performance of Bertolt Brecht’s “The Good Woman of Setzuan” proved an entertaining show that proves moral complexity and comedy are not mutually exclusive. The play — originally written at the end of the 1930s — […]

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SELD director removed from university webpages, telephone directory

SELD director removed from university webpages, telephone directory

It appears that Director of Student Engagement and Leadership Development Amy Coles is no longer at Belmont University. As of 6 p.m. Tuesday, Coles was no longer listed in the Belmont University Telephone Directory, and Belmont-affiliated webpages featuring Coles’ name and photograph have been removed or edited. The edits can […]

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EDITORIAL: Kicking off new school year, new series with the Belmont Vision

EDITORIAL: Kicking off new school year, new series with the Belmont Vision

It’s another year back to school and another year with student news from the Belmont Vision. This year, we’re returning with a great staff, including copy editor Rebecca Arnold, managing editor Grant Robinson, sports editor Celida Salcedo, A&E editor Lexi Brunk, photo editor Hunter Morgan, senior news writers Ally Pace […]

Opinion
Letter from the editor: End of diversity series doesn’t mean end of diversity coverage

Letter from the editor: End of diversity series doesn’t mean end of diversity coverage

When the Vision staff began planning our diversity package a year ago, we had no idea the scope of the stories we would be able to tell or the magnitude of the response we would hear back. As we’ve explored the unique experiences of students on campus, our writers and […]

Opinion
PHOTOS: ATO Jailbreak 2016

PHOTOS: ATO Jailbreak 2016

Belmont’s Iota Phi chapter of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity hosted its annual Jailbreak philanthropy event on the McWhorter patio on Wednesday. Teams rounded up fellow students to be put in “jail” for monetary donations; students could be released by matching the “bounty” that was offered for their capture. Proceeds for […]

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Belmont Vision wins four awards from Tennessee Associated Press

Belmont Vision wins four awards from Tennessee Associated Press

The Belmont Vision walked away with four awards from the Tennessee Associated Press on Saturday, including second in Best College Media Website. Sports broadcast Bruin Blitz– created by senior sports writer Emily Proud– won first place in the Best Online Sports Coverage/Program category. Sports editor Samuel Cowan and editor Riley […]

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Administration announces plan for practice rooms, large organization space

Administration announces plan for practice rooms, large organization space

Belmont administration announced plans for space reallocation–including new practice rooms and a large organization meeting space– at a convocation panel Friday. The panel, originally planned as a student forum called Ask Bob Fisher, was changed after the death of Fisher’s son on March 28. Instead, the panel was hosted by […]

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Dickerson, Thompson win SGA president, vice president

Dickerson, Thompson win SGA president, vice president

Chris Dickerson and Macy Thompson have been named the winning ticket of the Student Government Association presidential election, according to a tweet sent out by SGA on Saturday. The win means Thompson and Dickerson will be inaugurated for the offices later in the spring semester. More information will be added […]

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Innovo Management to hold benefit concert for Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital

Innovo Management to hold benefit concert for Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital

Student-founded company Innovo Management is kicking off spring by giving back, hosting a concert to benefit the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital on April 8. Belmont sophomore and Innovo’s head of booking Alyson Estes has been working with the Innovo team on the event every day since planning began in […]

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President Bob Fisher’s son passes away, according to Office of Communications email

President Bob Fisher’s son passes away, according to Office of Communications email

Rob Fisher, the son of University President Dr. Bob Fisher and wife Judy Fisher, passed away last night, according to an email from the Office of Communications. Rob Fisher was the co-founder of the Ecological Conservation Organization, the email said, and was “ passionate about issues of justice,” helping to […]

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Athletic Director Mike Strickland to retire at the end of June

Athletic Director Mike Strickland to retire at the end of June

Athletic Director Mike Strickland will be retiring at the end of June, according to an email sent by President Bob Fisher to faculty and staff. Strickland arrived at Belmont in 1996, and oversaw the program as it “expanded the number of teams it fields from 11 to 17, transitioned from […]

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PREVIEW: “Poverty, Inc.”

PREVIEW: “Poverty, Inc.”

Sometimes good-intentioned charity can have negative consequences. Wednesday night, Belmont students will get the chance to learn more about the hidden side to giving with a showing of the 2014 documentary “Poverty, Inc.” Sophomores Clara Leonard, Lindsey Knapp and Suzanna Stapler organized the showing and accompanying panel after seeing the […]

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