Saturday, June 23, 2018

Panhellenic formal recruitment postponed due to inclement weather conditions

Each weekend of recruitment has been pushed back by one week

How the new tax plan would affect colleges and universities like...

In a statement, Zeppos concedes that tax plan has redeeming qualities; concludes that it is harmful to universities, America as a whole

Benton steps down as dean of College of Arts and Science

Benton will take sabbatical in 2018, and then continue in her faculty role as the a history professor and in her secondary appointment in the Law School

Remembering Perry Wallace

Andrew Maraniss, author of Strong Inside, and several of Perry’s classmates reflect on Perry’s legacy beyond his athletic achievements

Vanderbilt Influenza Vaccine Initiative working to create a universal flu vaccine

Through the utilization of advanced modern technology, the project seeks to protect against all strains of the flu

Strategic planning committee, UCC address increased demand for mental health resources...

As the Chancellor’s Strategic Planning Committee on Mental Health and Wellbeing makes final recommendations, mental health care on campus transitions to a more integrative network

Incident of bed bugs being treated in Towers

During the week before Thanksgiving break, students in Carmichael Towers reported bed bugs in their suite. According to Jim Kramka, senior director of housing...

VUPD offers new “E-Commerce Safe Zone” for safe transactions on campus

Students, staff and employees will be able to use the safe exchange site, located outside of VUPD, as a monitored location to meet online sellers

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: VUPointe’s Nutcracker, Mega Stress Fest & more

Photos by Claire Barnett, Brandon Jacome-Mendez, Clay Leddin, Hunter Long, Jen Perkins, & Brent Szklaruk // The Vanderbilt Hustler

Vanderbilt publishes 45-year study on giftedness, prompting creation of mini-documentary

Study co-director David Lubinski discusses the significance of the research, importance of cultivating talent