Sunday, April 30, 2017

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

Get to know Jami Cox and Ryan Connor, the new VSG...

Cox and Connor hope to increase student participation in student government

LETTER: Over 200 faculty members call for Chancellor Zeppos to address...

This letter was drafted by Dr. Norbert Ross and Dr. Lesley Gill, both professors in the Anthropology department. They circulated it throughout the faculty...

QEP is DIVE: explained

Vanderbilt ready to roll out DIVE, a Human Centered Design program

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...

10 questions about mumps with infectious disease and public health specialist...

Schaffner, who recently returned from a CDC conference in which mumps was on the agenda, discusses the symptoms, transmission, and course of action of the disease

VSG presidential voter turnout hits five-year low

Voter turnout in general election fell nine percent from last year

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

New York Times columnist David Brooks sits down with the Hustler

Brooks, a participant in “Decision 2016: A Look at America’s Future,” talks safe spaces, race relations and the current political climate