BELMONT, N.C. (June 30, 2014) — “Belmont Abbey College was the first organization to sue the federal government over the HHS mandate’s infringement on its religious freedom. Therefore, today’s
The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) is proud to congratulate Luis Lobo, Executive Vice President and Manager of Multicultural Markets at BB &T, on receiving the National
Dr. Eugene Thuot, Professor of Government and Political Philosophy and Director of the Honors Institute, has been selected as the winner of the Adrian Award for Teaching Excellence for
On Saturday March 29th Nickolas Martin and Tammy Martin, both seniors in the History Department, presented papers at “Meeting in the Middle: the Undergraduate Medieval Conference of Longwood University”
The Belmont Abbey women’s basketball team earned one of the five at-large berths to the NCAA Southeast Regional, earning a sixth seed and will face the third-seeded Wingate University
BELMONT — College basketball’s “Senior Night” can be an emotional event for its participants. For Belmont Abbey on Wednesday night at the Wheeler Center, it’ll be a feel-good memory
BELMONT – Alex Castellanos is no stranger to history.
After all, he became the first Belmont Abbey College baseball player to be drafted in 36 years by a major league