Campus security releases updated security and fire safety report

Campus security releases updated security and fire safety report

Crime numbers for the last year have just been released — some have skyrocketed and others have plummeted, but looking solely at the numbers can be misleading. Campus security released its annually updated security and fire safety reports Sept. 28, complete with public crime statistics. Stalking and burglary offenses have […]

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Road to the White House: All eyes on Belmont for 2020 presidential debate

Road to the White House: All eyes on Belmont for 2020 presidential debate

The last chance voters will get to see the Republican and Democratic frontrunners square off on the issues before voting day will take place on a Belmont stage, in what was billed as “the most important election ever.” “Once again, Belmont writes history,” said Commissioner of the Department of Tourist […]

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Belmont to host its second presidential debate

Belmont to host its second presidential debate

Belmont will garner national attention Oct. 22, 2020 when it hosts its second presidential debate. The leading presidential candidates from both parties will be on Belmont’s campus to debate hot-topic issues such as immigration, the economy and gun control, it was announced Friday.  This isn’t the university’s first time at […]

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Vision reporter asked to leave open faculty senate meeting

Vision reporter asked to leave open faculty senate meeting

A Vision reporter was asked to voluntarily leave an open faculty senate meeting Monday afternoon or potentially be “kicked out.” Dr. Amy Crook, acting president and assistant professor of management, talked to the reporter before the meeting and asked him to excuse himself from the meeting toward the end when […]

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AST Week focuses on giving back to others

AST Week focuses on giving back to others

The week before midterms, when most students are worried about their own grades, Alpha Sigma Tau was thinking about others, and how to give back.  The sorority celebrated their annual AST Week and held several philanthropic events around campus to benefit Girls Inc., a nonprofit that works with girls with […]

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Belmont receives national recognition for undergraduate teaching

Belmont receives national recognition for undergraduate teaching

Belmont was nationally recognized for its commitment to undergraduate teaching in an article released by U.S. News and World Report.

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Entrepreneur Thomas F. Cone Sr. creates $2 million endowment for Jack C. Massey College of Business

Entrepreneur Thomas F. Cone Sr. creates $2 million endowment for Jack C. Massey College of Business

Thomas F. Cone Sr. enabled Belmont’s business students to further pursue their aspirations and entrepreneurial dreams by endowing a $2 million fund to the Jack C. Massey College of Business on Thursday. In honor of this endowment, Belmont will be renaming its Center for Entrepreneurship to the “Thomas F. Cone […]

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Student leaders reflect on diversity at Belmont

Student leaders reflect on diversity at Belmont

For these students, diversity is more than just a buzzword — it’s a way of life, and one that they want to share with the entire Belmont community. “You really aren’t challenged and you don’t really grow until you’re exposed to new things and people from different walks of life,” […]

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Journalism professor Jennifer Duck wins her second Emmy

Journalism professor Jennifer Duck wins her second Emmy

A Belmont journalism professor has a new decoration: a 6-pound statuette of a woman holding a globe, also known as an Emmy. Professor Jennifer Duck received the Outstanding News Discussion and Analysis Emmy at the 40th News and Documentary Emmys Tuesday for her work on the CNN Special Report “Finding […]

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Diversity Week 2019: Dr. Christina Edmondson hosts convocation on implicit biases

Diversity Week 2019: Dr. Christina Edmondson hosts convocation on implicit biases

Everyone has it — implicit bias — but it is what we do with it that counts. Students explored implicit bias about diversity from psychological and theological perspectives at a Diversity Week convocation Wednesday morning hosted by Dr. Christina Edmondson, dean of intercultural student development at Calvin College. Though it […]

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Campus security promotes #WHATSMYNAME foundation

Campus security promotes #WHATSMYNAME foundation

Seymour Josephson wants to make sure what happened to his daughter never happens to anyone else’s.  “Nobody wants to go through what we’re going through,” Josephson said.  On March 31, Samantha Josephson, a 21-year-old student at the University of South Carolina, got into a car she believed was her Uber. […]

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Women in Physical Science at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. November 6, 2017.

Women in Science club supports the next generation of women in STEM

It’s a Thursday night, and Belmont students gather in the Massey Conference room with popcorn to watch the film “Hidden Figures.” The main characters of the film are like the students who view the film, talented and intelligent females pursuing careers in STEM. Lucky for them, Belmont’s Women in Science […]

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