Assistant Director of Admissions Jim Poole dies Wednesday morning

Assistant Director of Admissions Jim Poole dies Wednesday morning

Belmont’s Assistant Director of Admissions Jim Poole died Wednesday morning after a battle with cancer. Poole — a Belmont graduate and member of the admissions office staff since 2001 — was passionate about Belmont and devoted his time to serving the Nashville community. In addition to his work with prospective […]

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DeEbony Groves: As remembered by students, friends and faculty

DeEbony Groves: As remembered by students, friends and faculty

When the Vision staff heard the tragic news that senior DeEbony Groves had been one of the victims killed in Sunday morning’s Waffle House shooting, we obviously knew we had to report on it. But it felt wrong to leave the story there. It felt like a tremendous disservice to […]

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Going greener: Belmont’s commitment to leading conservation efforts

Going greener: Belmont’s commitment to leading conservation efforts

During sustainability week at Belmont, the university sought to show its dedication to being a sustainable institution and impacting the environment in positive ways. Sustainability is part of Belmont’s conservation covenant — a promise the university has made to take care of God’s creation — through various projects like maintaining […]

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Belmont adjunct runs for chancery court judge

Belmont adjunct runs for chancery court judge

As a lawyer, a mother and an adjunct professor in Belmont’s College of Law, Anne Martin is known for many things in the Nashville community, but she is striving to add another title to her list — chancery court judge. With 25 years of courtroom experience, running for chancery court […]

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Students honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy at day of service

Students honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy at day of service

Volunteers from Belmont, Lipscomb, Fisk, Vanderbilt and area colleges honored the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. by helping alleviate hunger in Middle Tennessee.

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Belmont students ‘Take Back the Night’ in stance against sexual assault

Belmont students ‘Take Back the Night’ in stance against sexual assault

A small crowd marches across Belmont’s campus, bearing glow sticks and signs, shouting chants along with the beat of a drum. “What do we want? Safe streets! When do we want it? Now!” As they march up 15th Avenue and across Belmont’s campus, the marchers’ voices echo around campus, garnering […]

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Watch: 2018 SGA presidential election panel

Watch: 2018 SGA presidential election panel

The Vision hosted 2018 SGA presidential candidates Gavin Mummert and Colin Haslett and vice presidential candidates Mohansingh Udhwani Jr. and Jessica Blakley for an informal panel discussion Tuesday night. Voting for the new SGA president and vice president is now open on BruinLink and closes Friday. For highlights of Tuesday […]

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Vision to host SGA presidential election panel Tuesday

Vision to host SGA presidential election panel Tuesday

A day before the polls open for students to vote on the next SGA president and vice president, the Vision will host this year’s candidates for an informal discussion on key campus issues. Presidential candidates Gavin Mummert and Colin Haslett will appear with vice presidential candidates Mohansingh Udhwani Jr. and […]

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Stoneman Douglas teacher Ray Posada talks Parkland shooting during Belmont visit

Stoneman Douglas teacher Ray Posada talks Parkland shooting during Belmont visit

Valentine’s Day at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School started just like any other day. Students sat in classrooms until the fire alarm started blaring, sending students out on what seemed to be a fire drill — the second of the day. Belmont alumnus and Stoneman Douglas teacher Ray Posada got […]

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Dr. John Delony named as associate provost and dean of students

Dr. John Delony named as associate provost and dean of students

After a nationwide search, Belmont announced the hiring of Dr. John Delony as new associate provost and dean of students Wednesday morning. Delony, who is currently serving as the associate academic dean for student life at Texas Tech University School of Law, will fill the position of Dr. Jeffery Burgin, […]

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Tall Hall nears completion for partial Fall 2018 opening

Tall Hall nears completion for partial Fall 2018 opening

After over a year of construction, Tall Hall is finally almost complete. The 10-story residence hall will contain 610 upperclassmen rooms and will contain almost every style of housing available at Belmont, from single-bedroom suites to 5-bedroom apartments.   Room Percentages Infogram Rumors have been circulating campus about a penthouse […]

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Belmont proposes new Honors Program curriculum

Belmont proposes new Honors Program curriculum

Belmont’s Honors Program has proposed a new curriculum for honors students in the upcoming year, including different courses, the elimination of tracks and a new required study abroad program. Dr. Mimi Barnard, associate provost of interdisciplinary studies and global education, sent the proposed curriculum out to honors students and all […]

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