Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Administration decides Warren and Moore swiping system will not change

The danger of providing swiping access to non-residents on residential floors outweighed the potential cost of being unable to exit Warren and Moore without a host.

A conversation with STRANDS, the group promoting “black girl magic”

Visibility, intersectionality and self-care are some of the terms that circulated around the table when the executive board of Students Transitioning, Relaxed, and Natural...

My Commons Life to film campus wide lip-dub video

All students are invited to the filming on March 19 from 12–3 p.m.

VAHS senior reflects on four years in Café con Leche

The Vanderbilt Association of Hispanic Students holds their Latino dance showcase this Saturday

Get to know the VSG presidential candidates

The four candidates and their running mates talk platforms, qualifications and goals

iSeminars: preparing first-years for immersive experiences

The new program, held on Commons, will help first-years plan immersive experiences

Students spend spring break studying Harry Potter in England

Members of the Harry Potter and Children’s Literature class travel across the pond for an immersive learning experience.

Campus dining hires its first female chef

Sandy Madewell, a graduate of the French Culinary Institute, brings her robust culinary background to Rand Dining Center

English professor to be internationally recognized for writings on black culture

Dr. Hortense Spillers will receive the Nicolás Guillén Lifetime Achievement Award for her writing in philosophical literary theory and black culture this June

Why Vanderbilt doesn’t have pre-professional majors

Vanderbilt administrators discuss business, journalism, pre-med, pre-law, and make-your-own majors