REVIEW: Musical theatre department produces another must-see with ’9 to 5: The Musical’

REVIEW: Musical theatre department produces another must-see with ’9 to 5: The Musical’

A dark stage is cast with a blue light emanating from a clock-shaped ceiling fixture. The fixture reads “9 to 5: The Musical.” The auditorium is filled with muffled conversation of an eager audience, patiently waiting for the show to begin. Music begins to play as the auditorium lights dim, […]

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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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Bruin Beats: Chief of Campus Security Pat Cunningham

Bruin Beats: Chief of Campus Security Pat Cunningham

The Vision has teamed up with leaders from organizations across campus to bring you weekly Spotify playlists from students and staff. For our second installment, Chief of Campus Security Pat Cunningham shared 10 of his favorite songs. Cunningham explains why he chose each song below. I’m glad to share the […]

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Beltones advance to finals in New York City

Beltones advance to finals in New York City

After winning first place at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella quarterfinals, the Beltones won first place again at semifinals at the University of Georgia on March 1. The group also won awards in outstanding vocal percussion for Carter Harrell and outstanding soloist for Tyra Thompson. The group will […]

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Office Concerts: Sarah Underwood

Office Concerts: Sarah Underwood

Sarah Underwood, a Minnesota native, released her debut album, titled “Looking Back,” in February. The EP was recorded and produced by Marcus Vandeyacht with Mind Flight Records, a record company started and run by Belmont students. “‘Looking Back’ is a fitting title for the EP because all the songs are […]

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‘It’s On Us’ campaign hosts songwriter night, celebrates Women’s History Month

‘It’s On Us’ campaign hosts songwriter night, celebrates Women’s History Month

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Belmont University’s chapter of the national “It’s On Us” campaign hosted a Women’s Songwriter Night in the Curb Café on Monday night. Although Belmont celebrates Women’s History Month every year, this is the first year a songwriters’ round has been among the events. The […]

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Bruin Beats: Orientation Council Student Director Dylan Arndt

Bruin Beats: Orientation Council Student Director Dylan Arndt

The Vision has teamed up with leaders from organizations across campus to bring you weekly Spotify playlists from students and staff. For our first installment, Orientation Council Student Director Dylan Arndt shared 10 songs he is listening to right now. Arndt explains why he chose each song below. “I’ll Be […]

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Free concert at Dickens Hall to support T.J. Martell Foundation

Free concert at Dickens Hall to support T.J. Martell Foundation

A concert offering community, service and reflection convocation credit will feature several Belmont bands Thursday at 6 p.m. outside Dickens Hall to benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation. Both Belmont students and the surrounding community have rallied around the event. “Everything from the music, to the lights, to the food has […]

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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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REVIEW: ‘Antigone’ marks another success in Black Box Theater

REVIEW: ‘Antigone’ marks another success in Black Box Theater

Belmont theatre has done it again. “Antigone” is one of three Theban plays written by the famed Sophocles. This play deals with the concept of right and wrong, especially when it comes to legacy and honoring those who have passed. It also deals with familial responsibility and loyalty. Sophocles was […]

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PHOTOS: Commercial Music Showcase shows off more talent at Belmont

PHOTOS: Commercial Music Showcase shows off more talent at Belmont

Only days after the Country Showcase, another showcase was ready to show off the talents of four more students. After all, this is Belmont University. The 2017 Commercial Music Showcase took place Feb. 6 at 5:30 p.m. inside the Massey Performing Arts Center. This was also the 25th year for […]

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Country Showcase stays true to Nashville reputation

Country Showcase stays true to Nashville reputation

If you walked into the Curb Event Center Saturday night with your eyes closed, you may have thought you were down at the Wildhorse Saloon. However, the Curb was decked out as always with a stage, lights and plenty of seating, ready to welcome Belmont students and preview day attendees […]

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