Eastwood Avenue residents complain about Dickens access road

Eastwood Avenue residents complain about Dickens access road

Several Eastwood Avenue residents have complained of Belmont students driving recklessly  around the new Dickens Hall garage access road and then cursing at them — one said she was flipped the bird — when asked to slow down. The access road was opened in January as a way to redirect […]

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Meet the Staff: Zach Gilchriest

Meet the Staff: Zach Gilchriest

I’m Zach Gilchriest, and I am the social media editor and a senior news writer for the Belmont Vision. I joined the Vision as a freshman last year after switching my major from music business to journalism and quickly fell in love with the work we get to do on […]

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‘LIT 2.0′ party scheduled despite previous controversy

‘LIT 2.0′ party scheduled despite previous controversy

If you’ve logged onto Facebook at all in the past month, you’ve probably seen a post or two about “L.I.T. 2.0,” the student-run event company, Clean Boy Promotions’, follow up to last year’s “Life Is Turnt” party, which drew a crowd of nearly 1,500 people. “From the people who brought […]

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Student Government Association president publishes open letter addressing transparency

Student Government Association president publishes open letter addressing transparency

Belmont University’s Student Government Association President Chris Dickerson published an open letter,“I’m Tired of Being Tired,” Wednesday night addressing several key issues popular among Belmont students. “Do you get tired of saying that we need to put a cap on the growth of the student body yet we keep getting […]

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Students celebrate Valentine’s Day by helping homeless

Students celebrate Valentine’s Day by helping homeless

Belmont students gathered Monday night for the Student Activities Programming Board’s second annual “Valentine’s Day Spectacular,” an event aimed at making Valentine’s Day cards for Nashville’s homeless. “I think that a lot of times we get stuck in our bubble at Belmont, but there’s a larger community around us that […]

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PHOTOS: Women’s basketball continues winning streak, wins 94-67

PHOTOS: Women’s basketball continues winning streak, wins 94-67

The Belmont Bruins women’s basketball team defeated Southern Illinois University Edwardsville at home Wednesday night. This was the women’s 12th straight win, carrying them to 10-0 in Ohio Valley Conference play. Junior Kylee Smith led Belmont with 25 points while sophomore Darby Maggard led with seven assists. The Bruins will […]

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Missing bedtime pays off during record-breaking Up ‘Til Dawn fundraiser

Missing bedtime pays off during record-breaking Up ‘Til Dawn fundraiser

Hundreds of Belmont students skipped sleep on Jan. 27 and raised more than $110,000 for Belmont’s third annual St. Jude Up ‘Til Dawn event. Participating students raised $110,530.70 for the fundraiser, an increase from last year’s event by about $25,000. The money raised will go toward funding St. Jude Children’s […]

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New Year’s Eve party disrupts frats’ spring recruitment

New Year’s Eve party disrupts frats’ spring recruitment

An off-campus New Year’s Eve party has caused a major disruption to Belmont’s fraternities’ spring recruitment and has placed Alpha Tau Omega under investigation from both Belmont and the ATO national office. ATO cannot hold spring recruitment while being under investigation. Additionally, Phi Kappa Tau fraternity was forced to cancel its […]

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BREAKING: Belmont University student diagnosed with mumps- Updated Jan. 27

BREAKING: Belmont University student diagnosed with mumps- Updated Jan. 27

A Belmont University student was diagnosed with mumps Thursday morning and returned home to recover, according to an email sent out by Belmont Health Services. “Upon diagnosis, the residential student was immediately isolated and appropriate steps were taken to disinfect the student’s room,” the email stated. “Health Services will also […]

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Dickens Hall lobby fills with trash as construction continues – Updated Jan. 19

Dickens Hall lobby fills with trash as construction continues – Updated Jan. 19

A towering trash pile met Dickens Hall residents on their daily commutes through the lobby last weekend as the Office of Residence Life works to replace the dumpsters quarantined in the new construction zones around the hall. Sophomore Matthew King, who lives on the first floor of Dickens, could smell […]

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Belmont superfan’s mayonnaise joke becomes viral sensation

Belmont superfan’s mayonnaise joke becomes viral sensation

Among all the events that have brought Belmont University to the national spotlight in the past year, the strangest one yet may be Belmont graduate and superfan Graham Spencer-Orrell’s mayonnaise-eating appearance on ESPNU. “I brought my mayo to the game knowing that ESPN was there but wasn’t planning to get […]

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Belmont releases construction plans for new residence hall

Belmont releases construction plans for new residence hall

An email from the Office of Communications outlined construction details for a new residence hall in the Hillside area of campus expected to open fall 2018. “This will be Belmont’s largest residence hall in history, offering more than 600 spaces for upperclassmen, with half the building expected to open in […]

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