Marty Dickens (Belmont Board of Trustees Chairman)
Dr. Bob Fisher (President, Belmont University)
Nashville Mayor John Cooper
Mark Ezell (TN Commissioner of Tourist Development)
Senator Marsha Blackburn
Congressman Jim Cooper
Butch Spyridon, CEO of the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corporation
Belmont SGA President Meghan Hickok, speak during the announcement that Belmont will host the 2020 Presidential Debate  at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, October 11, 2019.

Road to the White House: Dr. Fisher’s path to 2020

Curtains peeled back in the Vince Gill Room, revealing a banner hanging above Dr. Bob Fisher’s head,“Once again, the road to the White House runs through Belmont University.” The Belmont Vision plans to help guide students along that road as we look at every aspect of the debate, from the cost […]

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Dr. Fisher announces Vision 2025 launch

Dr. Fisher announces Vision 2025 launch

As Belmont approaches its benchmark for Vision 2020, university President Dr. Bob Fisher announced the launch of Vision 2025 in an email on Monday. Fisher announced in his email that senior university leaders will be meeting to begin planning for Vision 2025 on Thursday. The meeting will give university leaders […]

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Belmont launches new Social Media Management major

Belmont launches new Social Media Management major

Belmont is preparing to make history once again as it becomes one of the first colleges to offer a bachelor’s degree in Social Media Management.  Dr. Kevin Trowbridge created the program with the future of media in mind, and as a result, it will include courses such as Social Media […]

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Student robbed in the JAAC

Student robbed in the JAAC

A student reported to Campus Security that she was robbed in the Janet Ayers Academic Center Sunday. The female student reported a woman asked her for money at 4 p.m., and after giving some over, the suspect aggressively asked for more, according to an email from Campus Security.  After the […]

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New Podcast — Curbside

New Podcast — Curbside

Steven and Ian talk of what’s to come for the newest sports podcast from the Belmont Vision — Curbside. — Produced by Aidan McKernan.

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Road to the White House: Dr. Fisher reflects on 2008 debate, looks forward to 2020 at convocation event

Road to the White House: Dr. Fisher reflects on 2008 debate, looks forward to 2020 at convocation event

Curtains peeled back in the Vince Gill Room, revealing a banner hanging above Dr. Robert Fisher’s head,“Once again, the road to the White House runs through Belmont University.” The Belmont Vision plans to help guide students along that road as we look at every aspect of the debate, from the cost […]

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Dr. Sarah Fisher Gardial announced as new dean of business school

Dr. Sarah Fisher Gardial announced as new dean of business school

After 16 years, Belmont has a new face for its business school. Belmont announced on Wednesday the hiring of Dr. Sarah Fisher Gardial as the new Dean of the Jack C. Massey College of Business. Gardial is taking over the position of former Dean Patrick Raines who retired at the […]

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2019-2020 SGA budget focuses on supporting student organizations

2019-2020 SGA budget focuses on supporting student organizations

Although the leadership has changed over the last year, the way the Student Government Association is spending its money has not.  SGA released its annual $75,000 budget for the 2019-2020 school year, allocating money similarly to how it did the academic year prior. This year, 70 percent of the budget, […]

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Debate to impact 2020 fall semester schedule

Debate to impact 2020 fall semester schedule

Belmont University hosted its first presidential debate in 2008.  Flash forward 10 years later as curtains peeled back in the Vince Gill Room to reveal a banner hanging above Dr. Robert Fisher’s head, “Once again, the road to the White House runs through Belmont University.”  The Belmont Vision plans to […]

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Malcolm Gladwell discusses ‘Talking to Strangers’ during second visit to Belmont

Malcolm Gladwell discusses ‘Talking to Strangers’ during second visit to Belmont

Few people have childhood pets named after notable Russian poets or get random calls from former President Barack Obama, but then again, very few people are Malcolm Gladwell.  The New York Times bestselling author visited Belmont University Tuesday morning as part of an Executive Learning Network event to discuss the […]

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Letter from the editor: Join us on our “Road to the White House”

Letter from the editor: Join us on our “Road to the White House”

A year from today the phrase “From Belmont University” will be heard in millions of homes around the world.  The third and final presidential debate of the 2020 election will take place on campus the evening of Oct. 22, 2020.  Thousands of journalists, hundreds of government officials and two pivotal […]

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Student attacked on Caldwell Avenue

Student attacked on Caldwell Avenue

UPDATE: The student was treated at the hospital and returned home in the morning. A Belmont student was attacked by two men on Caldwell Avenue by 12th Avenue South Saturday night.  The male student reported that around 9:20 p.m., two white, male suspects got out of a dark-colored sedan and […]

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