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Abbey Excellence

The Belmont Abbey College Journal of Exceptional Achievements

Christianity and Culture in Ireland: Two Guest Lectures on Irish History and Culture at the Abbey

 This spring, the Abbey hosted two guest lectures on Irish Studies. On March 20th, Professor Jaroslav Folda of UNC, a world-renowned authority on medieval art, spoke about “The Book of Kells: a Masterpiece of Irish Art”. Prof. Folda provided the large audience in attendance with an insightful and engaging introduction to one of the great

Phi Alpha Theta Installation

Phi Alpha Theta is the international honor society for historians and students of history. Founded in 1921, Phi Alpha Theta has more than 400,000 members from 970 chapters at colleges and universities across the United States and abroad. Belmont Abbey College's Phi Alpha Theta chapter, Alpha Pi Mu, was formally installed by Phi Alpha Theta

’93 Alumna Gives A Talk

On April 12, Belmont Abbey welcomed 1993 alum Jennifer Walsh to campus to speak about her experiences as an entrepreneur.  The talk was in a question and answer format to keep the mood more informal.  Walsh majored in Business while she was at the Abbey and after graduation, she held

CCCP 2018

Over a hundred psychology students from five local colleges discussed research, asked questions of a panel of successful alumni, and listened to a keynote lecture on The Science of Success (and Failure) at the 27th annual Central Carolinas Conference in Psychology in the Abbot Walter Coggin Student Center on April 13, 2018.

FOCUS Mission to Peru

Over Spring Break, four Belmont Abbey students (Jessica Camano, Elizabeth Kenney, Talley Britt, and Ana De Los Santos), along with FOCUS Missionaries Cristina and Michelle were blessed to travel to Lima, Peru for a medical mission trip. Along with our student missionary team, we organized a free medical clinic for approximately 800 people in a

Belmont Abbey College’s Dr. Wadden elected President of Celtic Studies Association of North America

At its 40th annual meeting, hosted by UCLA in early March, Belmont Abbey College’s Dr. Patrick Wadden was appointed president of the Celtic Studies Association of North America (CSANA). CSANA is a scholarly organization that promotes the study of all aspects of Celtic culture and history, including the languages, literatures, art and music of

Belmont Abbey Debate Claims Second Place Speaking Award at New York Competition

The Belmont Abbey College Debate Team returned Sunday from Garden City, New York after competing in the Off Broadway Swing competition. In addition to individual success, the team collectively earned fourth place in the debate competition sweepstakes, in a field of 11 teams ranging from Seton Hall University to Colorado Christian University. Mary Rose Stepnowski and Logan

Dr. O’Gorman Gives Lecture On His New Book

Dr. Farrell O’Gorman’s book Catholicism and American Borders in the Gothic Literary Imagination was published by the University of Notre Dame Press in November. The book, which has won advance praise from scholars at Trinity College Dublin and Wheaton College, traces images of Catholicism in the work of major American fiction writers from the Revolution up until the

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