Theatre students put on all-female rendition of Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar’

Theatre students put on all-female rendition of Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar’

In the thought-provoking plays of William Shakespeare, male characters dominate roles with their strong and fearless demeanors. The women, however, are more recognizable for their hyper-sexualized looks and menstrual-driven attitudes. In an attempt to defy these gender roles, senior director Laramie Hearn cast only women for her senior capstone rendition […]

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Student entrepreneurs behind ‘What’s Hubbin’” app present new service ‘EVAmore’

Student entrepreneurs behind ‘What’s Hubbin’” app present new service ‘EVAmore’

Imagine walking through the legendary ominous front doors of the One World Trade Center in New York City and taking a seemingly eternal elevator ride to the 50th floor; all the while anticipating the intimidating crowd of investors and professionals waiting to hear about your business model, your brainchild. You […]

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Russell Dickerson talks about story behind hit “Yours”

Russell Dickerson talks about story behind hit “Yours”

Country music artist Russell Dickerson talks about his recent single, “Yours,” flying up the charts. He soon found himself sharing a stage with artists like Billy Currington, Canaan Smith and Kelsey Ballerini. Reporting by Lexi Brunk

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Country artists Haley & Michaels talk about opening for stars, new music on the way

Country artists Haley & Michaels talk about opening for stars, new music on the way

Country artists Shannon Haley and Belmont grad Ryan Michaels sat down to talk about their journey in the music industry so far. They touch on how they became a duo, and eventually a couple. Haley and Michaels’ songs have hit Serius XM radio, their music videos have hit the top […]

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REVIEW: Judah & The Lion’s ‘Folk Hop N’ Roll’ proves ‘disjointed’ mix of styles, ideas

REVIEW: Judah & The Lion’s ‘Folk Hop N’ Roll’ proves ‘disjointed’ mix of styles, ideas

Genre-bending is probably the easiest way to describe Belmont alum Judah & the Lion’s second album, “Folk Hop ‘N Roll.” At times, however, it can be a bit more difficult to describe. “It’s a rule-breaking record, with Judah & the Lion creating a sound that belongs entirely to them,” states […]

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Student-developed ‘NotBillClinton’ app tests gamers’ political photo prowess

Student-developed ‘NotBillClinton’ app tests gamers’ political photo prowess

It’s election season in America. No matter where one turns, there’s someone vying for attention, desperate to prove they’re the best suited to run the country. In the midst of such a momentous time of transition, average Americans are bombarded with candidate after candidate, yet they’re left with no way […]

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INSIDE THE INDUSTRY: Allie Brooks singing “Close Enough”

INSIDE THE INDUSTRY: Allie Brooks singing “Close Enough”

Reporting by Lexi Brunk Videography by Grant Robinson

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Edgehill Cafe digs deeper into Edgehill Village after recent renovation

Edgehill Cafe digs deeper into Edgehill Village after recent renovation

White walls of a welcoming room are lined with art, lighting up the light from all around. The recent renovation of the Edgehill Cafe is completed, and the staff is serving customers at the early hour of 7 a.m. After five years at 1201 Villa Place, the father-and-son ownership team […]

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INSIDE THE INDUSTRY: Allie Brooks talks about growing up with parents in the music industry

INSIDE THE INDUSTRY: Allie Brooks talks about growing up with parents in the music industry

Sophomore songwriting major Allie Brooks caught up with us, and reporter Lexi Brunk got to chat with her about her dreams and how her family has helped inspire her future career. Written and Produced by Alexis Brunk Camera by Grant Robinson

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PHOTO PREVIEW: Department of Theatre and Dance presents “Las Meninas”

PHOTO PREVIEW: Department of Theatre and Dance presents “Las Meninas”

Belmont University Department of Theatre and Dance will present “Las Meninas” Feb. 25-27 at the Troutt Theater. “‘Las Meninas’ is the true story of the illicit romance between Queen Marie-Therese and her African servant, Nabo, a dwarf from Dahomey, and the hilarious consequences that scandalized the French court,” according to […]

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Jim Meaders brings 46 years of art, 37 years of teaching to career-spanning gallery show

Jim Meaders brings 46 years of art, 37 years of teaching to career-spanning gallery show

Professor Jim Meaders presents his vibrant life in a career-spanning gallery. In a room filled with pop-art infused paintings, each canvas appears as a window to a different dimension — one where life is particularly colorful and serene. Meaders is in his 46th year as a practicing artist and his […]

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Peripheral Ep. 4: SEJCast

Peripheral Ep. 4: SEJCast

In this week’s episode, the Vision staff goes to the South Eastern Journalism Conference at Austin Peay University in Clarksville, Tennessee. We talk lessons learned, record more than ten people on one mic and cry a little. Hosted by John Masserini and Riley Wallace

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