OPINION: A big year for the Belmont Vision
It’s a big year for the Belmont Vision.
This semester, I’m proud to announce the Belmont Vision will be introducing our own series on diversity at Belmont, publishing the stories and perspectives of students, faculty and staff of various walks of life through articles written by Vision staff members and first-person editorials.
This initiative has been more than a year in the making, and our staff is excited to bring those stories to the student body starting in the middle of January.
Meanwhile, the Vision staff will be returning to the annual Southeastern Journalism Conference in February, where we will be competing against other schools in our region for best college website, as well as awards in individual coverage areas.
And finally, we are looking to add to our team of writers, photographers, social media managers, editors, videographers and friends as we embark on some of our newest projects.
Whether you’re a freshman music business major or a senior journalism minor, interested parties are welcome to come see what goes into the making of a student publication.
Our weekly meetings are open to any student regardless of major, experience or academic year and are held on Mondays at 10 a.m. in our DAC office, room 108. We love to get story ideas, so feel free to drop by and let us know what’s going on, and, as always, letters to the editor are accepted and appreciated.
In 2016, we hope to continue to bring you the student news we always have and to bring to the table fresh conversations on the diverse perspectives that make Belmont’s student views what they are today.
Thank you for your support, and please read on.