The Tennessean reports that Belmont’s police department canvassed the area of campus where the clowns were said to be seen, but found nothing. And then there were students walking around with golf clubs and bats, who also found nothing. Belmont said that it’s now looking into what happened, and the university may also hand out some disciplinary action.
The move-in schedules of different colleges vary, but the sweet spot is tomorrow. Belmont students move in August 19 and 20, while most Vanderbilt students can move in August 20. Upperclassmen at Lipscomb are moving in August 20 and 21 (but freshmen already moved in on August 14).
Other colleges were gracious enough to spread out their move-in events throughout the month. TSU students moved in August 17 (freshmen) and 18 (other students), Fisk students arrived August 6-7, and Trevecca Nazarene will hold its move-in day on August 26.
@KAWhittlesey OMG YES. I used to live at West End and 31st Ave S (behind Rumba). I would get so rage-y. Especially at Target.
For most of the route, the bike lanes will be on the left side of the streets, separated from cars by flexible bollards. On Magnolia Blvd in the southbound direction, however, the schematic drawing appears to indicate that the bike lanes will be between the right curb and parallel parking, but still separated by bollards.
The bike lanes on Music Row are some of the oldest in the city. The current right-hand configuration, however, leaves cyclists vulnerable to opening car doors and cars pulling out onto the road from the parallel parking spots. “We are really excited to see the city trying out innovative and cutting edge bikeway designs and are eager to see how the designs in-person,” Walk Bike Nashville wrote in its blog post. “We are sure there will be a learning curve–both for bikes and drivers.”