In his trademark Crayola blue uniform and an unassuming black baseball cap, Marvin Evatt, 36, doesn’t seem much different from the average campus security officer. But as he weaves his way through throngs of aspiring Belmont musicians, he sometimes wishes he could tell them his story. “Once I realized that […]
Articles written by: Tara Knott
Behind the twangy melodies and folksy guitar rhythms at Belmont’s Country Showcase is an entire team of people working hard to bring students a show they’ll never forget. “We’re kind of going for something a little different this time around,” said the show’s producer, sophomore audio engineering major Preston Gray. […]
Nashville is a long way from home for Dave Servodidio. But as the audience in Bongo Java’s After Hours Theatre tapped along to the rhythm of his guitar on a recent September evening, the Belmont sophomore knew he was exactly where he was supposed to be. Servodidio, a Moorestown, N.J, […]
Belmont’s new pharmacy building is going green … and orange … and purple. More than 7,000 colorful plants cover its “green roof,” the largest of its kind on a Tennessee educational building. “This building is going to have a great impact on our city,” said Belmont president Robert Fisher at […]
Battling 90-degree temperatures and the chaos of freshman move-in day, some of Nashville’s most prominent leaders gathered outside the pharmacy building for its dedication ceremony on Aug. 21. “When you’re mayor, there’s nothing better than going to a ribbon cut. And there’s nothing better than going to a ribbon cutting […]
Despite campus break-ins and national news stories about crimes against women, the women’s self-defense class at Belmont is empty.
When it comes to health care reform, the American people are suffering from a serious case of apathy.