Weeks after the initial building announcement, Belmont and community officials broke ground on the new Academic and Dining Services Complex Tuesday. The 117,000-square-foot, four-floor building will house the university’s food service facility, classrooms, faculty offices, lab spaces and an additional 1,000 parking spots on campus. Marty Dickens, chairman of the school’s [...]
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Yards away from where Belmont’s last ribbon cutting took place at Dickens Hall, the university revealed the name of its newest residence building, Horrell Hall, on Thursday morning. The hall initially called Magnolia Hall was named after the Horrell family, long-time university supporters. Henry Horrell, the founder of the commercial [...]
Check out a sneak peek of the Randall and Sadie Baskin Center below: After almost two years of blasting and building, the Randall and Sadie Baskin Center is ready to open and house the Belmont College of Law. The building is officially set to open at 10 a.m. on Tuesday. [...]
Belmont University president Bob Fisher revealed the school’s newest residential facility with a view to match at a ribbon cutting ceremony for Dickens Hall Friday. Named for Marty Dickens, the chairman of the Board of Trustees, the specifically sophomore-only hall will house 290 students and is expected to play a [...]
A warning horn sounds. Five minutes later, the ground rumbles and shakes the surrounding buildings. Blasting. It’s a part of daily life for the students of Belmont, almost unnoticeable. That’s not the case for the university’s residential neighbors. “You can always notice it,” said longtime Belmont community resident Gene TeSelle. [...]