Thursday, March 22, 2018

Rand cup size change: explained

Rand cups made smaller to encourage students dining in to save paper

Keivan Stassun: creating astronomical opportunities

The Vanderbilt researcher combines astrophysics research with programs that provide educational opportunities to socioeconomically disadvantaged students.

IN PHOTOS: Martin Luther King Jr. Day March at Tennessee State...

The annual tradition took place in the morning

Mourning the death of dining worker Charles Poleate

Poleate was a member of Progress, a program that supports intellectually disabled adults

Vanderbilt commemorates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Jan. 13–16

Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative series honors MLK’s accomplishment through five days of on and off campus programming

Government foreign aid agency discusses plans at Nashville Global Action Summit

Millennium Challenge Corporation CEO Dana Hyde discusses current projects, plans for future

Reflecting on the Center for Student Well-Being’s first three months

Director Rachel Eskridge notes center’s progress, sets goals for future

Vanderbilt’s Safe Spaces

In part two of the three-part series on safe spaces, students, staff and faculty speak to a few of the safe spaces on Vanderbilt’s campus

Love heals: Vanderbilt Episcopal Reverend Becca Stevens lands a CNN Hero...

Rev. Stevens created a social enterprise which freely houses and revitalizes Nashville women with histories of sex trafficking, prostitution and addiction