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Kirkland Hall, which houses the offices of Vanderbilt's upper administration.

Vanderbilt names Daniel Diermeier ninth chancellor

December 4, 2019

Diermeier, currently the Provost at the University of Chicago, will step into the new role in July 2020.

Langford Auditorium, where most Chancellor's Lecture Series events are held.

UPDATED: Petition gathers signatures in opposition to psychologist Steven Pinker’s upcoming visit to campus

December 2, 2019

Pinker’s history of ties to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein have led some students to petition the university to reconsider his invitation to speak on campus.

Kirkland hall behind yellow flowers

VSG passes resolution to add five-minute grace period to passing time

November 22, 2019

This resolution aims to fix a problem some students have with arriving to a class across campus within ten minutes

Caroline Kennedy (Photo courtesy 2009-2017.state.gov)

Caroline Kennedy to speak at 2020 Graduates Day

November 20, 2019

Next year, the ceremonial speech preceding Commencement will be changed from ‘Senior Day’ to Graduates Day and will feature political figure Caroline Kennedy.

Langford Auditorium.

Behind the decision for Belmont to host their second Presidential debate in twelve years

November 17, 2019

The neighboring university will host the final presidential debate Oct. 2020

Image of trees and Kirkland Hall from above

VUIT to retire vummiv WiFi network Dec. 3

November 17, 2019

In an effort to streamline and secure internet services, VUIT will now provide four unique wireless networks for students, faculty and guests to utilize on campus

Vanderbilt's campus as viewed from above

TEDxVanderbiltUniversity to feature seven members of the Vanderbilt community

November 5, 2019

Artificial intelligence, grief and dating apps among TEDx topics

The remains of the Manuel Cuevas house in Midtown, which was torn down in order to build graduate student housing.

Vanderbilt demolishes historic Manuel Cuevas house to build graduate student housing

November 3, 2019

The university offered the house to anyone who would be willing to move and preserve it, but found no one willing and went ahead with demolishing the house

Vanderbilt Campus Dining has no plans to make a new app, leans on expanded website

Vanderbilt Campus Dining has no plans to make a new app, leans on expanded website

November 3, 2019

After discontinuing the Vanderbilt Campus Dining app, Campus Dining has invested in a revamped website and clarified that there is no concrete roadmap for an app renewal

Students walking into the KC Potter Center on Diverse 'Dores Day Sept. 3, 2019.

University considers effort to install rainbow crosswalk in support of LGBTQIA+ community

November 3, 2019

At a Facilities Review Committee meeting Oct. 31, university officials discussed a proposal for a rainbow crosswalk as a display of support for the LGBTQIA+ community and next steps the university needs to take to possibly implement the idea

Pulitzer Prize-Winning historian Doris Kearn Goodwin on stage at Langford Auditorium with fellow Pulitzer Prize-Winning historian and Vanderbilt professor Jon Meacham on Nov. 3, 2019 (Photo by Emily Gonçalves)

Historian Doris Kearn Goodwin speaks for Chancellor Lecture Series

November 3, 2019

In a visit to Vanderbilt for the Chancellor’s Lecture Series, Goodwin talked leadership and politics with Professor Jon Meacham.

E. Bronson Ingram at sunset. (Photo by Emily Gonçalves)

Candlelight vigil held for Ladonis Owens

November 3, 2019

Vanderbilt students held a candlelight vigil to celebrate the life of campus dining worker Ladonis Owens Nov. 1