Student backlash follows enrollment of former Yale basketball captain expelled for sexual misconduct

Student backlash follows enrollment of former Yale basketball captain expelled for sexual misconduct

Belmont students voiced opposition Tuesday over the university’s decision to enroll a former Yale University basketball captain who was expelled from the Ivy League school for sexual misconduct. “Jack Montague is enrolled in Belmont University’s Adult Degree program which allows adult students to complete their degrees on a flexible time […]

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Vision News Network: December Edition

Vision News Network: December Edition

You’re watching the December Edition of Vision News Network. Watch the full episode for a look behind the scenes of the Wishes Foundation, Rig Review, Office Concerts and more!

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Dr. David Gregory announced as new College of Pharmacy dean

Dr. David Gregory announced as new College of Pharmacy dean

Belmont announced the hiring of Dr. David Gregory as the new dean of the College of Pharmacy on Thursday, replacing Dr. Phil Johnston, who was promoted to the new vice provost for academic affairs position in September. Gregory, who currently serves as the dean of academic affairs at the University […]

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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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DACA conversation continues at Wednesday convo

DACA conversation continues at Wednesday convo

Belmont students and faculty gathered Wednesday morning to learn about what the end of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program means for the future of Dreamers on campus and in the Nashville community. DACA, a program instated during the Obama administration, shielded children of undocumented immigrants from deportation while they […]

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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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Belmont students ‘Let It Snow’ at third annual Blizzard on the Boulevard

Belmont students ‘Let It Snow’ at third annual Blizzard on the Boulevard

Students and faculty gathered outside the Beaman Student Life Center for the third annual Blizzard on the Boulevard, celebrating the start of the Christmas season. “It’s a great way to give back to staff and faculty,” said chair of Belmont’s University Staff Advisory Council John Malone. Students visited with Santa, […]

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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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Honors Program to be restructured within next two years

Honors Program to be restructured within next two years

Belmont’s Honors Program will get a facelift in the next two years, and Dr. Mimi Barnard, Belmont’s associate provost for interdisciplinary studies and global education, held a meeting Tuesday with students to discuss the potential changes. The meeting was a brainstorming and feedback session between students and Barnard, who expressed […]

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Title IX Director Molly Zlock to resign from position

Title IX Director Molly Zlock to resign from position

Molly Zlock, director of Title IX compliance and prevention programming, will be resigning from her position at Belmont, effective Dec. 1, said Vice President for Administration and University Counsel Jason Rogers. “Before we had Molly as part of the team at Belmont, we didn’t have somebody who was acting as […]

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Belmont student relaunches online thrift store

Belmont student relaunches online thrift store

Belmont sophomore Zoë Kidwell launched the latest version of her independently-run business — an online thrift shop specializing in vintage-style sweaters and shirts called Crewies — on Nov. 1. Originally launched in May, the homegrown business is entirely self-operated, with Kidwell doing all of the graphic design and photography for […]

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