Changing landscapes: My experience in Cuba

Changing landscapes: My experience in Cuba

For a week of our lives this spring break, 25 Belmont students– including myself– traveled to the country of Cuba. While we were beyond excited and ready for this unknown adventure, we had no idea what to expect. My previous knowledge of Cuba went as far as a few Google […]

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Physical therapy school hosts health fair for elementary students

Physical therapy school hosts health fair for elementary students

A squadron of fourth-graders jumped, ran, stopped, dropped and rolled all over campus Friday for the physical therapy department’s annual elementary school health fair. More than 80 students attended from East Cheatham Elementary in Ashland City, Tenn. to learn about many aspects of healthy decision-making, including diet, exercise, drug resistance […]

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TBI report shows decline in on-campus crime in 2014

TBI report shows decline in on-campus crime in 2014

Belmont experienced a slight decrease in reported on-campus crime in 2014, in line with an overall trend statewide. On Monday, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released its 2014 Crime on Campus report, which contains the total number of reported offenses sent in by campus security offices from across the state. […]

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