Library renovations bring new museum and updated lobby

Library renovations bring new museum and updated lobby

The Frederick Hart Museum was recently opened in the Lila D. Bunch library along with a renovated lobby.

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Campus Security offers tips to avoid the “bump and rob” crime

Campus Security offers tips to avoid the “bump and rob” crime

VNN’s Jordan Shatto spoke with Campus Security and a Metro Nashville officer about a new crime that is occurring in Nashville. –  

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Belmont’s plan to reduce vehicle emissions

Belmont’s plan to reduce vehicle emissions

As Belmont University promotes sustainability, the administration is focusing more on reducing vehicle emissions. One of the major ideas the administration is working toward is trying to reduce the number of vehicles on campus. “It’s much more practical these days to not bring a car,” said Pat Cunningham, chief of […]

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Photos: SGA and biology department promote environmental sustainability

Photos: SGA and biology department promote environmental sustainability

The Student Government Association and Belmont’s biology department partnered up to talk about environmental sustainability at the South Lawn on Tuesday. – Photos by Chloe Eberhardt.

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Nashville Comedy Festival producers share their experience with students

Nashville Comedy Festival producers share their experience with students

Six comedy industry professionals discussed the popularity of Netflix, comedy podcasts and discovering talent in the Johnson Small Theater on Thursday evening. In a panel discussion for Nashville’s Comedy Week, producers for the Nashville Comedy Festival shared their experience in the comedy industry with Belmont students. The panel included Nick […]

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Community supports Campus Security employee with cancer

Community supports Campus Security employee with cancer

As 23-year-old Belmont campus security dispatcher Benjanique Amos fights against an aggressive brain tumor, the Belmont community stands behind her in support. Vice President for Administration and University Counsel Jason Rogers emailed a link to faculty and staff on March 28, encouraging financial support for Amos through donations. As of […]

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Phi Mu resumes recruitment after suspension

Phi Mu resumes recruitment after suspension

Phi Mu’s suspension at Belmont, which kept it from taking new members during January recruitment, is officially over. The reason? The integrity of the chapter’s leaders and members, said Dean of Students Dr. John Delony. The sorority was suspended by the university on Jan. 26, right in the middle of […]

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Students shine light on sexual assault at Take Back the Night 2019

Students shine light on sexual assault at Take Back the Night 2019

Storytelling and messages of love filled the Janet Ayers Academic Center Chapel as students, faculty and sexual assault survivors gathered for the annual Take Back the Night event Thursday night. Take Back the Night is an international organization focused on ending sexual violence and violence against women. At Belmont, the […]

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Brad Paisley breaks ground on new nonprofit The Store

Brad Paisley breaks ground on new nonprofit The Store

A crowd gathered by the Belmont Ministry Center Wednesday morning to witness Brad Paisley break ground on The Store, a new nonprofit grocery store. Founded by the Paisleys in partnership with Belmont, the 12th Avenue South space will run as a free, referral-based grocery store for those in need, allowing […]

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Photos: Family Literacy Day 2019

Photos: Family Literacy Day 2019

Belmont students gathered with Nashville families at E.S. Rose Park for a day of reading for Family Literacy Day on Saturday. Photos by Chloe Eberhardt. 

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New honors curriculum implemented for fall 2019

New honors curriculum implemented for fall 2019

Belmont’s honors program will be operating with a new curriculum starting in the fall. Faculty Senate voted to approve the revised curriculum on Jan. 14. Dr. Bonnie Smith Whitehouse is the new director of the honors program, with former director Dr. Jonathan Thorndike moving to the role of senior fellow […]

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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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