Dr. Doyuen Ko receives grant for Nashville aural preservation project

Dr. Doyuen Ko receives grant for Nashville aural preservation project

Dr. Doyuen Ko, assistant professor of Audio Engineering Technology at Belmont University, received a grant for $350,000 to preserve the aural heritage of some of Nashville’s most iconic and important studios. The project involves finding a way to virtually capture the acoustic properties of a musical space, analyzing those methods […]

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Belmont hosts Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon for Women’s History Month

Belmont hosts Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon for Women’s History Month

To celebrate Women’s History Month, the Lila D. Bunch library hosted a “Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon” Monday morning to help bridge the gender gap in Wikipedia articles. Students and faculty learned how to correctly edit and add articles to Wikipedia, especially those about women. “We love Wikipedia, but also as librarians want […]

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SGA appoints new cabinet at Monday’s senate meeting

SGA appoints new cabinet at Monday’s senate meeting

The Student Government Association voted in a new cabinet Monday night. President Meghan Hickok and Vice President Kristin Callahan introduced their cabinet nominees at the first official senate meeting of their term. “I have full faith that our cabinet is going to be doing some wonderful things this year,” said […]

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Meghan Hickok and Kristin Callahan inaugurated as SGA president and vice president

Meghan Hickok and Kristin Callahan inaugurated as SGA president and vice president

Meghan Hickok and Kristin Callahan were inaugurated as the new Student Government Association president and vice president Monday night. “Congratulations to Meghan and Kristin on their victory. I am certainly looking forward to their future,” said Dr. John Deloney, the dean of students and faculty adviser for SGA. Hickok and […]

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GPS offers resources for students with undeclared majors

GPS offers resources for students with undeclared majors

For some students, deciding on whether to pursue the music industry, become a nurse or get a degree in accounting can be problematic. Over the past four years, 556 students have come into Belmont without a declared major. Currently, 66 students are grappling with the decision of which major to […]

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Homecoming week kicks off Monday morning

Homecoming week kicks off Monday morning

Beginning on Monday, Belmont welcomes back its alumni for Homecoming Week 2019. The week includes the seventh annual alumni concert, men’s and women’s basketball doubleheaders and the annual homecoming social. Other events such as the Massey College of Business homecoming mixer, the College of Health Sciences continuing education event and […]

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Belmont College of Law hosts Chief Justice Roberts

Belmont College of Law hosts Chief Justice Roberts

Chief Justice John Roberts knows he might not become a memorable figure in American history, but he’s still honored to serve his country. Though Roberts knows his job is important, he also recognizes that, of the 17 chief justices in U.S. history, only a few have played memorable roles, he […]

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2019 SGA Election Panel

2019 SGA Election Panel

The Vision sat down with the presidential and vice presidential candidates for Student Government Association to discuss the upcoming election and their plans for SGA. Meghan Hickok, a junior political science major, is running for president with junior nursing major Kristin Callahan as her vice president. The other ticket consists […]

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Convocation on President Trump and music stirs up controversy

Convocation on President Trump and music stirs up controversy

Belmont apologized for hosting a convocation event on Wednesday morning that featured an explicit song about President Donald Trump. Belmont’s official statement, released by the Office of Communications that same day, expressed their disappointment with the event. “We apologize to anyone who was offended, as today’s event was not reflective […]

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Student Government Association moves elections to February

Student Government Association moves elections to February

After four of Student Government Association’s cabinet members resigned, President Gavin Mummert and Vice President Mohansingh Udhwani Jr. are cutting their terms short. A new president and vice president will be elected in February, as SGA transitions from fiscal year terms to calendar year terms. Going forward, elections will be […]

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Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie calls for courage, audacity in MLK Week convo

Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie calls for courage, audacity in MLK Week convo

Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie — the first female bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church — kicked off Belmont’s Martin Luther King Jr. commemorative week with an inspiring convocation in Massey Performing Arts Center Friday morning. McKenzie spoke widely about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dreams of equality and love […]

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FitRec New Year’s resolutions tips

FitRec New Year’s resolutions tips

Did you know that 80 percent of new year’s resolutions fail by February? Here are some tips from Belmont Fitness  and Recreation on how to stay motivated in the new year.

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