Thursday, February 21, 2019

Students petition to transition Vanderbilt to renewable energy by 2050

With blue ribbons and pens in hand, students came together Jan. 31 to organize the 100 Percent Renewable Day of Action.

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: Vibe Show, Commons Ball, Lacrosse & more

Check out our photos of Basketball versus Kentucky, the Vibe Show, Women’s Tennis, Black History Month Kickoff, Cher, Jeni’s Ice Cream for Breakfast, & more

Tennessee legislators push bills targeted towards women’s issues

Conservative Tennessee is not known for its progressive policies, particularly when it comes to women’s issues. But a...

Q&A with John Clemmons, the state representative challenging David Briley for...

Clemmons is the first candidate after Briley to enter the race for this August’s election

Vanderbilt Printing Services launches new online print system

Vanderbilt University Printing Services announced Jan. 16 the launch of a new online print system, designed to more easily accommodate large-scale and...

The Science and Engineering Building awarded Gold LEED status

The Science and Engineering Building was classified as gold under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) building rating scale last...

Q&A: Tennessee Senator Katrina Robinson

Senator Katrina Robinson has had an all but ordinary path to political activism and leadership. Born in Memphis, she became a teen...

Professor of classical studies Barbara Tsakirgis passes away

The Vanderbilt community mourns the loss of Professor Barbara Tsakirgis, who passed away on Jan. 16 after a three-year battle with ALS....

Campus experts explain what proposed Title IX changes could mean for...

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is suggesting an overhaul of Title IX regulations regarding how schools are required to deal with sexual misconduct....

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: MLK Weekend, Casino Night, Basketball & More

Check out our multimedia coverage of MLK Weekend, Casino Night, basketball, tennis, Metallica, Noname & more