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Senior Caroline Janssen, who is studying civil engineering, stands with an Array of Things sensor. Sensors like this one are located at the Commons Bridge, by the Baker Building and at the corner of 21st Ave. and Broadway. (Photo courtesy Shun Ahmed, VU Engineering Communications)

Array of Things sensor data suggest changes to 21st Ave. crosswalks, pedestrian bridge

February 19, 2020

A civil engineering team installs sensors across campus to collect environmental data and video footage.

Nicholas S. Zeppos Residential College will be complete for student move-in Aug. 2020, but the West End tower, visible in the far left of this photo, will not be completed until spring 2021.

Most rising juniors denied for off-campus housing, Zeppos College to be mostly complete by Aug. 2020

February 9, 2020

OHARE denied rising juniors due to an unprecedentedly high number of rising seniors applying to live off campus.

A construction site on Commons, featuring a view of a large piece of machinery.

Construction updates: Grad student village to house grocery store and coffee shop, plans to improve access to Peabody Campus, other updates

November 15, 2019

Interim Chancellor Susan Wente and Vice Chancellor for Administration Eric Kopstain discussed ongoing Peabody renovations, the 21st Ave corridor and new facilities for graduate students at a FutureVU town hall Nov. 12

E. Bronson Ingram, Vanderbilt's most recently completed residential college, which opened its doors to students in Fall 2018. Nicholas S. Zeppos College, set to open in Fall 2020, will feature a design similar to E. Bronson Ingram College. (Photo courtesy Claire Barnett)

Newest residential college stamped Nicholas S. Zeppos College

November 11, 2019

At the Chancellor’s Farewell Gala Nov. 8, the new residential college on West End was dedicated to Chancellor Emeritus Nicholas S. Zeppos

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

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

Vanderbilt's newest residential college E. Bronson Ingram, photographed April 18, 2018 while still under construction. (Photo courtesy Claire Barnett)

The residential colleges: progress or problem?

October 15, 2019

Residential colleges are a core component of Vanderbilt’s FutureVU initiative, but some students ha...

Construction on Peabody Lawn. (Photo by Emily Gonçalves)

Peabody Lawn construction: what you need to know

September 18, 2019

First-year students who make the daily trek from Commons to Main Campus have probably noticed the close...

The new NPHC house will be the largest on Greek row, pictured here behind the recently completed Zeta Tau Alpha house. (Photo by Hunter Long)

NPHC house to open September following delays

August 22, 2019

Future residents are being temporarily housed in the old Zeta Tau Alpha house and the 210 house

Vanderbilt on Saturday, August 18, 2018. (Photo by Claire Barnett)

Tower 3 implosion scheduled for July 27

June 25, 2019

The university announced that they will be imploding Carmichael West Tower 3 Saturday, July 27 at 9 a.m. CST. Tower 4 will be coming down late...

University reveals plan to be carbon neutral, transition to renewable energy by 2050

April 22, 2019

Vanderbilt announced April 22 that it will commit to switching to renewable energy sources and becoming carbon neutral by 2050 as part of th...

Buttrick Hall, hosts a number of A&S departments, mainly humanities,  and is where many ethnic studies classes are taught. (Hustler Multimedia)

Town hall discusses capital planning to enhance academic spaces across campus

April 21, 2019

A Mar. 28 town hall, hosted by Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Susan Wente and Vice Chancellor for Administration Eric Kopstain, gathered the community in the Student Life Center to discuss capital planning to revamp academic buildings in the College of Arts and Science’s historic core, as wel...