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Class of 2021 faced difficulties reserving extra tickets to commencement
Annabelle Abbott, Staff Writer • April 16, 2021
Many seniors were unsuccessful in reserving tickets due to technological complications and limited ticket availability. Approximately 150 additional pods of two tickets were made available, per the university.
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Vanderbilt Innovation and Entrepreneurship Society highlights winners of 48 Hour Launch 2021
David Cohen, Staff Writer • April 19, 2021
Executive Board Members of the Vanderbilt Innovation and Entrepreneurship Society share insight on their 48 Hour Launch event and discuss goals for expanding Vanderbilt’s entrepreneurial presence.
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