What having a new president will mean for students as Dr. Jones assumes the role

What having a new president will mean for students as Dr. Jones assumes the role

Dr. L. Gregory Jones may be a few months out from fully assuming his role as Belmont’s new president, but he’s connecting and planning with the community already — a community he’s watched grow for decades.  “When you walk on a campus … you can feel a vibe,” Jones said. […]

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Bruins refuse to hibernate: How volunteers are keeping the Caf alive

Bruins refuse to hibernate: How volunteers are keeping the Caf alive

Belmont staff and Sodexo dining services teamed up to serve meals to the Belmont community during the inclement weather. Sunday, dining services predicted that not many employees would make it into work due to the recent snow storms. With some communication and planning, the Sodexo team utilized the presence of […]

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REVIEW: ‘Homicidally Ever After’ solves the mystery of Zoom theater

REVIEW: ‘Homicidally Ever After’ solves the mystery of Zoom theater

Entertainment in a pandemic takes on a new form in Belmont Theatre Department’s “Homicidally Ever After”. If the weather has you stuck inside this week, look no further than this interactive and innovative play. A comedic murder mystery starring famous characters from beloved fairytales, “Homicidally Ever After” enlists the audience […]

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‘Stick Together’ is junior Sophie Lasher’s means to make a difference

‘Stick Together’ is junior Sophie Lasher’s means to make a difference

For Belmont junior Sophie Lasher, change starts with a few stickers and a drive to make a difference. Stick Together, her online business three years in the making, raises money for charity by selling handcrafted, eco-friendly products and donating 15% of the proceeds. Today Lasher is making more of a […]

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Bruin Tea – Episode 2

Bruin Tea – Episode 2

Join Jordan, Justin and Kendall as they discuss Belmont’s new president, as well as the challenges preseted by another online semester. Bruin Tea · Bruin Tea – Episode 2

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How Belmont alumna Wren Sherrill is working to fight COVID-19 directly

How Belmont alumna Wren Sherrill is working to fight COVID-19 directly

COVID-19 is a dangerous prospect — but some must face it head-on to help others through this pandemic. Those individuals earned the title of “Nashvillians of the Year” from the Nashville Scene: the staff of Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s COVID-19 intensive care unit — and Belmont alumna Wren Sherrill is […]

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Belmont students working in healthcare begin to receive COVID-19 vaccines

Belmont students working in healthcare begin to receive COVID-19 vaccines

Amy Bowers, junior nursing major, received her first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine last month — the second dose, a few days ago. Bowers trusted the science behind the vaccine.  Bowers is one of several Belmont students who work in healthcare who have begun to receive their COVID-19 vaccines.  […]

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Photos: National Wear Red Day

Photos: National Wear Red Day

Belmont faculty and students partnered with the American Heart Association for National Wear Red Day to raise awareness for women’s heart disease. They gathered, socially distant, at the Freedom Plaza for a heart-shaped photo, giving their support to those who have been affected by heart disease.  Dr. Martha Buckner, associate […]

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Dr. L. Gregory Jones affirms commitment to Belmont community, LGBTQ+ students at press conference

Dr. L. Gregory Jones affirms commitment to Belmont community, LGBTQ+ students at press conference

Dr. L. Gregory Jones and the Rev. Susan Jones expressed their excitement and gratitude to join the Belmont community at a press conference Tuesday morning. “We have watched Belmont grow in extraordinary ways, and the opportunity to build on that strength, and to move Belmont from strength to strength is […]

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Bruin Tea – Episode 1

Bruin Tea – Episode 1

Bruin Tea – Episode 1 Jordan, Justin and Kendall discuss COVID-19 on campus, what students want from the next Belmont president, and the dedication of Freedom Plaza to the slaves who once labored on Acklen property in the first episode Bruin Tea, the Vision’s new biweekly news podcast! NOTE: This […]

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Dr. L. Gregory Jones to become Belmont president

Dr. L. Gregory Jones to become Belmont president

Dr. L. Gregory Jones will succeed Dr. Robert Fisher as the president of the university on June 1, a decision fielding both excitement and concern from Belmont’s community. “An exceptional scholar, tremendous communicator and strategic thinker, he will bring great imagination and energy to his role and will cultivate a […]

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Belmont community considers what it wants from a new university president

Belmont community considers what it wants from a new university president

With university President Bob Fisher set to retire in May, the Belmont community reflects on the qualities it wants to see in a new leader. Belmont’s Board of Trustees intends the next president “to be a person of the highest integrity and honesty, a committed Christian and an individual who […]

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