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IN PHOTOS: The Diwali Showcase 2019

IN PHOTOS: The Diwali Showcase 2019

November 10, 2019

SACE held its annual cultural celebration The Diwali Showcase Nov. 9

American Enterprise Institute and Global China Connection host distinguished speakers for discussion about US-China trade relations

American Enterprise Institute and Global China Connection host distinguished speakers for discussion about US-China trade relations

November 7, 2019

AEI Resident Scholar Claude Barfield joined Vanderbilt Law Professor Timothy Meyer for the first in a series of speaker events sponsored by the AEI Executive Council at Vanderbilt

Elementary schoolers from high income families are far more likely to receive gifted services, Vanderbilt research shows

Elementary schoolers from high income families are far more likely to receive gifted services, Vanderbilt research shows

November 6, 2019

According to a recent study by professor of Public Policy Jason Grissom, students who come from high socioeconomic status families are more than six times as likely to receive gifted services in school than students from low socioeconomic status families

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Commodores look to slow down Kentucky Wildcats’ rushing attack this Saturday

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November 13, 2019

Kentucky's unconventional offense that features a wide receiver turned quarterback has found success in recent weeks

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November 12, 2019

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November 11, 2019

Featuring a breadth of successful T.V. actors including Sterling K. Brown and Renee Goldsberry, "Waves" explores family tragedy in a stylish yet insightful way.

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Cute aggression and why people want to squeeze adorable dogs

Literary Lesbian: A rainbow crosswalk to round off LGBTQI history month?

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October 30, 2019

If the Vanderbilt administration approves it, this symbol of LGBTQI love and acceptance would make Vanderbilt history

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October 30, 2019

Five tricks voice majors use to combat sickness.

Opinion: Learning a new language is a window into another culture
Opinion: Why isn’t transfer student housing prioritized like Commons is for first-years?

Opinion: Why isn’t transfer student housing prioritized like Commons is for first-years?

November 10, 2019

Housing vacancies like Blakemore that transfers are commonly placed in are distanced from campus life and make it even harder for transfer students to adjust to life there.

Opinion: Vanderbilt Campus Dining—my greatest enemy and my best friend: Why I stopped complaining about the long lines at Rand

Opinion: Vanderbilt Campus Dining—my greatest enemy and my best friend: Why I stopped complaining about the long lines at Rand

November 7, 2019

Upon realizing the care put into my 2301 smoothies, I learned to stop complaining about Campus Dining.

Opinion: Politicon brings contentious topics, cross-aisle engagement to Nashville

Opinion: Politicon brings contentious topics, cross-aisle engagement to Nashville

November 5, 2019

Through humor and somewhat benighted debates, the ‘Political Comic Con’ fostered discussions and offered enlightening new political stances and ideas

Opinion: The college admissions scandal shows that wealth is what dictates our broken justice system

Opinion: The college admissions scandal shows that wealth is what dictates our broken justice system

November 2, 2019

Wealth is a defining factor in how we perceive what is just.

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