Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Vanderbilt loses happiest school status

After being named the college with the happiest students by Princeton Review two years in a row, Vanderbilt is now placed in the list’s...

VSG lays out goals and changes for the year

Overall, Vanderbilt Student Government (VSG) hopes to achieve two goals this academic year: increasing transparency between administration and the student body, and focusing on...

Pre-Flight program allows Vanderbilt students, staff to explore entrepreneurial ventures

The class, offered through the Innovation Center, took in 40 people in its inaugural term

How to spend election night 2016 on campus

A roundup of the election-watching events put on by organizations from Vandy Fems to the BCC

Professor Carol Swain announces retirement

In her resignation, Swain criticized "what American universities have allowed themselves to become"

Investigating 139 years of arboretum status on Vanderbilt’s campus

Robert Waits and Steve Baskauf discuss the history of Vanderbilt’s arboreta status and plans to expand in the future

British Comedy Legend and Monty Python star John Cleese to speak...

The event, “Thinking Creatively,” will be hosted by philosophy professor David Wood on Nov. 11th

Vanderbilt Influenza Vaccine Initiative working to create a universal flu vaccine

Through the utilization of advanced modern technology, the project seeks to protect against all strains of the flu

Vanderbilt partners with Italian police to improve forensic techniques

By using nanoscale ballistics technology, researchers at Vanderbilt and the Italian State Police hope to improve the efficiency of firearm crime analysis

Strategic planning committee, UCC address increased demand for mental health resources...

As the Chancellor’s Strategic Planning Committee on Mental Health and Wellbeing makes final recommendations, mental health care on campus transitions to a more integrative network