Tuesday, December 12, 2017

10 Questions with Jeremy Mani

Junior Jeremy Mani is a double major in medicine, health and society and psychology, a double minor in Spanish and biology, a tour guide,...

Vanderbilt loses happiest school status

After being named the college with the happiest students by Princeton Review two years in a row, Vanderbilt is now placed in the list’s...

Amid panic about Alabama oil pipeline burst, TN is in the...

Amid panic and fear of a gas shortage after the burst and closure of a major southeastern gas pipeline in Alabama, the Tennessee Emergency...

Healthy Minds survey released to all Vanderbilt students

Learn more about the first mental health survey at Vanderbilt as part of Vanderbilt’s increasing focus on mental health and wellbeing.

Resolution to be brought to VSG Senate calls for sanctuary campus...

The document, which has over a dozen co-sponsors, reiterates points from previous petition

Nursing researcher aims to help children with life-threatening illnesses

Terrah Foster Akard uses the skills she learned from being a student-athlete in her research career

VSG budget increases funding for conferences, student engagement

This year's Vanderbilt Student Government (VSG) budget saw slight changes, with a $2,500 increase in funding for conferences and travel as well as a...

10 questions with Dr. Edwin Williamson, Hank Ingram Faculty Head of...

Dr. Williamson shares his thoughts on being a part of the Commons living learning community experience

Dean Townes on the intersection of faith and queerness

Following the release of anti-LGBT Nashville Statement, Dean Emilie Townes of the Divinity School comments on how to reconcile Christian values and LGBT acceptance

When we fail: student leaders talk about their imperfections

Vanderbilt student leaders talked to us about obstacles, failures and tough times, and we want you to do the same