Live on the Green review, week two

Live on the Green review, week two

The 90 degree weather and sticky humidity wasn’t enough to stop 18,000 screaming fans from attending the second week of Live On The Green 2014. The lineup, which featured artists Goodbye June, Wild Cub and headliner The Head and The Heart, was a strong follow-up to the festivals debut, which […]

A&E
PREVIEW: Women’s soccer looks to start and finish stronger in 2014

PREVIEW: Women’s soccer looks to start and finish stronger in 2014

The end of the 2013 season for the Belmont women’s soccer team could have been described in one word: unlucky. Despite winning five of their last eight games, the Bruins still nearly missed out on the Ohio Valley Conference tournament based on a tiebreaker. As the team switches gears toward […]

Sports
U.S. soccer needs continued support

U.S. soccer needs continued support

During all the excitement with the World Cup this summer, I was asked an interesting question. “Do you think the U.S. men’s team will win a World Cup in your lifetime?” It seems like a simple yes or no question, but in reality, the question has a significantly more complex […]

Opinion