Prepare to be dazzled by “Chicago”

Prepare to be dazzled by “Chicago”

Nashville, Tenn. embraces seduction and corruption with the merry murderesses of “Chicago.” Despite being almost a century since the infamous female murderers rocked the Windy City, America proves that it is no less obsessed with the concept of celebrity criminals with “Chicago.” “Chicago,” winner of six Tony Awards, two Olivier […]

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Artists Collect Art: Belmont faculty display personal collections

Artists Collect Art: Belmont faculty display personal collections

The theme of the night was collections, the Leu Center faculty gathered in Gallery 121 Thursday evening to share what they considered worthy of “putting on the wall.” Curated by sculpting professor John Watson, “Artists Collect Art” was an art show centered on the private collections of art professors at […]

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Student owns successful alternative music promotion website, Big City Thoughts

Student owns successful alternative music promotion website, Big City Thoughts

“I think I Googled ‘website to start a website,’” said Belmont sophomore Acacia Evans when recalling her journey to creating her successful alternative music promotion website, Big City Thoughts. At age 15, Evans began discovered her passion for music promotion when she started Big City Thoughts. Now, four years later, […]

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Belmont alumni return for Nashville Rep. production of Sweeney Todd

Belmont alumni return for Nashville Rep. production of Sweeney Todd

Two Belmont University alumni, Nathan and Whitney Meyer, well- established in the musical theater scene of New York City are returning to Nashville for the month of Oct. to visit their alma mater and perform in “Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.” The Meyers graduated from Belmont in 2009 […]

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Fall Break travel opportunities: Memphis

Fall Break travel opportunities: Memphis

From the soulful sounds of Beale Street to its famous barbecue, Memphis, Tenn. provides an unique experience with a variety of attractions for Belmont students to enjoy during fall break. For any music lover, Sun Studios serves as the ultimate Memphis destination. Known as the birthplace of rock ‘n’ roll, […]

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Fall Break travel opportunities: Chattanooga, Tenn.

Fall Break travel opportunities: Chattanooga, Tenn.

Only two hours away, Chattanooga, Tenn. offers the perfect mix of outdoor adventure and indoor attractions to entertain any personality. The New York Times named Chattanooga one of the “Top 45 Places to go” in the world, one of only four U.S. cities included in the list, for its perfect […]

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Fall Break travel opportunities: the Bell Witch Cave

Fall Break travel opportunities: the Bell Witch Cave

Halloween may still be more than three weeks away, but Belmont students looking for spooky fall break thrills need look  no further than the Bell Witch Cave. Located in Adams, Tenn., only an hour away from Belmont University, the Bell Witch Cave is home to one of the most famous […]

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Fall break travel opportunities: Guntersville, Ala.

Fall break travel opportunities: Guntersville, Ala.

With fall break fast approaching, students are looking for something to do for their long weekend. While there are plenty of things to do around Nashville and the surrounding cities, it’s always an option to escape the tourist traps and travel further down south to visit Guntersville, Ala. Lake Guntersville […]

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Project Travelers, the Matt Proctor project

Project Travelers, the Matt Proctor project

While most students post on Facebook asking about classes and books before the semester starts, sophomore Matt Proctor asked a different question. He asked if there were any Belmont students who were interested in helping him with his machinima project. Machinima, the use of video games to create an animation, […]

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Fall Break travel opportunities: a Nashville staycation

Fall Break travel opportunities: a Nashville staycation

Nashville is a city with seemingly a million things to do, so for those of you without fall break plans, fear not. From concerts to festival to sporting events and more, Nashville certainly won’t disappoint on your relaxing staycation. As usual, music fans won’t be disappointed as Nashville has a […]

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Artist of the Week: Koa

Artist of the Week: Koa

Koa throws just about everything but the kitchen sink into its music, and even then the group is looking for more ways to keep its sound fresh and innovative. The group, which features Chase Bader on acoustic guitar and vocals, Conor Kelly on electric guitar and background vocals, Ryan McClanahan […]

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Fall Break travel opportunities: Great Smoky Mountains

Fall Break travel opportunities: Great Smoky Mountains

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which straddles the border of East Tennessee and North Carolina, offers a bounty of opportunities for outdoorsy students to go hiking, biking, zip lining, whitewater rafting and a host of other “-ing” words. “We went to Gatlinburg in January,” said sophomore Ashley Sanders. “It […]

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