Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Racist, homophobic flyers found on campus printers

Email to student body describes the incident as a likely result of an external IT attack

Amazon brings 5,000 new high-paying jobs to Vanderbilt’s backyard

Nashville, one of America’s fastest growing cities, is about to get a lot bigger. Online shopping giant Amazon announced in mid-November that it had...

Q&A with Temple Grandin, livestock facility designer and autism self-advocate

On Thursday, Nov. 29, Grandin spoke at Vanderbilt’s Chancellor’s Lecture Series.

VSG Town Hall discusses off-campus housing, mold, construction noise during finals

At a VSG town hall on Wednesday evening, university administrators discussed topics related to housing with students. Present at the event were Jim Kramka,...

Students alerted to off-campus armed robbery

At 7:12 p.m. on Nov. 30, VUPD alerted students of an armed robbery that occurred outside the University School of Nashville on 21st Avenue...

Vanderbilt student-athlete Turner Cockrell dies after long battle with cancer

Vanderbilt student-athlete Turner Cockrell died on Thursday after a long battle with cancer. He was 21 years old. Cockrell, a tight end on the Vanderbilt...

Under proposed Title IX changes, uncertainty and caution color campus conversation

Proposed Department of Education regulations allow greater institutional freedom in handling sexual harassment on college campuses

Construction outside Towers East creating mock-ups for Residential College A

Construction is ongoing outside Towers East in order to build two sample panels as mock-ups for Residential College A, which is part of Vanderbilt’s...

Graduate student passes away after year-long cancer battle

On the morning of Nov. 25, Ziliang Zhang passed away surrounded by loved ones

IN PHOTOS: 24th Ave. and Vanderbilt Place intersection closed to traffic

The intersection is closed due to utility work related to continuing construction of the residential colleges