Wednesday, March 21, 2018

F.O.R.U.S. Minority Career Expo to take place Feb. 27

The F.O.R.U.S. Minority Career Expo aims to provide targeted opportunities for minority students to connect with companies seeking to strengthen diversity

Vanderbilt admissions will not penalize students punished for peaceful demonstrations

As high school students across the country protest in the wake of the Parkland school shooting, universities say that any disciplinary actions students face will not affect their admissions decisions

Vanderbilt will continue to house two students in room built for...

According to Provost Susan Wente, the decision will allow the university to offer housing to the same number of students as in previous years

Vanderbilt Women beat Arkansas on Senior Day

Traveling occurs when a player moves one or more of her feet illegally, usually by picking up her pivot foot after she has already...

Student production Out of Silence presents personal stories about abortion, reproductive...

In the face of changing Tennessee legislation, students and local leaders come together to promote reproductive rights

Iris Cafe to reopen Feb. 26

The cafe will be open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will serve hot and cold drinks, as well as pastries and sandwiches to go

Douglas alumni find strength in action after tragic school shooting

Vanderbilt first-years mobilize in response to shooting at their high school

Actress and activist Ashley Judd speaks at Vanderbilt

Judd's talk focused on her part in the #metoo and Time's Up movements, as well as her work in international aid

Q&A with Carly Fiorina, former Hewlett-Packard CEO

Carly Fiorina came to Vanderbilt as part of the Chancellor’s Lecture Series on Feb. 20