Women’s basketball tops Murray State 70-65

Women’s basketball tops Murray State 70-65

The Belmont women’s basketball team pulled off a 70-65 come-from-behind win against the Murray State Racers Wednesday night at the Curb Event Center, pushing the Bruins to 7-0 in conference play. The Bruins opened strong in the first quarter, tallying 12 points in the first four minutes, thanks to a […]

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Photos: Belmont Snow Day 2018

Photos: Belmont Snow Day 2018

Belmont students enjoyed the first Friday of the spring semester with a snow day, after classes were cancelled just before noon. The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency declared a state of emergency late Friday afternoon, after snowfall and inclement weather across western and middle Tennessee made driving conditions dangerous. While Belmont […]

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University recognition officially removed from ATO following appeal process

University recognition officially removed from ATO following appeal process

Belmont has upheld its decision to remove university recognition from Alpha Tau Omega’s Iota Phi chapter, following an appeal filed by the chapter on Nov. 9. “We reviewed the appeal, and the appellate officer determined that there was nothing in the review of the appeal that would change the outcome,” […]

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Belmont halfway to $300 million ‘We Believe’ fundraiser goal

Belmont halfway to $300 million ‘We Believe’ fundraiser goal

Belmont is over halfway to the $300 million “We Believe” fundraising campaign goal, President Dr. Robert Fisher announced during Monday night’s Battle of the Boulevard game. “I am so grateful for the thousands of men and women, as well as corporate and foundation partners, who are showing such tremendous belief […]

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Photos: Women’s basketball rolls over Samford 83-46

Photos: Women’s basketball rolls over Samford 83-46

The Belmont women’s basketball team rolled over Samford in a huge 83-46 win Tuesday night in the Curb Event Center. The Bruins wasted no time outscoring the Bulldogs — leading by 15 points by the end of the first quarter and over 30 by the end of the second. Belmont […]

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Freshmen Greek recruitment to be held spring semester starting next school year

Freshmen Greek recruitment to be held spring semester starting next school year

Belmont University will no longer hold fall recruitment for first year students looking to join a Greek organization. Going forward, freshmen recruitment will only be held in the spring. The change to the current recruitment schedule was made for “many reasons,” said Provost Dr. Thomas Burns. “Chief among those reasons […]

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SGA Vice President Macy Thompson delivers goodbye speech in Monday meeting

SGA Vice President Macy Thompson delivers goodbye speech in Monday meeting

SGA Vice President Macy Thompson — who will leave her position for the spring semester in order to attend Belmont West — closed Monday’s meeting with a goodbye speech. Read the full speech below:  When I first came to Belmont, I entered into music performance classes where we had around […]

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Photo review: Follies takes Belmont to camp in zany opening show

Photo review: Follies takes Belmont to camp in zany opening show

The Fall Follies crew delivered yet another satisfying — some might say “campy” — performance on the opening night of their 23rd annual show Thursday. With a new “Fall Follies Goes To Camp” theme, interlude music from Belmont legend Stephen Day and a cast featuring a healthy mix of Follies […]

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Review: Tapingo delivers on time-saving promises

Review: Tapingo delivers on time-saving promises

After learning that many Belmont students don’t use or even know about the new Tapingo mobile ordering app, a few members of the Vision staff — mainly myself and our 5 Minute Expert, Harrison Baldwin — thought we’d give the app a try. Time-saving? The first thing we wanted when […]

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Photo Review: Strong performances across the board at Urban Pop Showcase 2017

Photo Review: Strong performances across the board at Urban Pop Showcase 2017

Belmont students stopped by the Curb Event Center Saturday for a night of strong fashion choices, ambiguous genre definitions and stellar performances from Belmont’s most gifted musicians at Urban Pop Showcase 2017. Jordan Xidas opened the show with a performance that sounded like a cross between Troye Sivan and “Purpose” […]

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Lawn closure to begin Thursday

Lawn closure to begin Thursday

The Belmont Lawn will close for a two to three week period on Thursday to allow new seed to grow, said Vice President of Finance and Operations Steve Lasley. “The Lawn will remain closed for a two to three week period — down from four to six weeks last year […]

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Belmont President Dr. Robert Fisher comments on Vegas shooting

Belmont President Dr. Robert Fisher comments on Vegas shooting

Belmont President Dr. Robert Fisher responded to Monday morning’s Las Vegas shooting, where at least 58 people were killed and over 500 were injured. “The Las Vegas tragedy reminds us what a fractured world we live in,” Fisher wrote in an email to the Vision. “Drawing from our mission, we are to […]

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