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2014–15 Move-In and housing guide for first-year students

Making Decisions about your Academic Lives–with Others but for Yourselves

An adviser from the College of Arts and Science Pre-major Academic Advising Resources Center (CASPAR) will lead students through a series of scenarios to practice problem-solving academic situations—some pleasant, some distressing—that are common to first-year students from any of the undergraduate schools and colleges.  The aim of the exercise is to equip students to enrich, […]

MythBusters – Study Abroad Edition

Studying abroad is a great experience where you can earn credit toward your major or minor, complete elective requirements, enhance your resume, and see the world. Students who study abroad benefit from the experience in many ways, some of which are immediately apparent, and some of which become clear in the years following the term […]

Southern Expressions: Mississippi Blues and Soul Food

Overview Robert Bond, a Nashville musician, will be accompanying “Mississippi” Millie McClaine and band. Millie will not only be singing, with the band playing, but she will also talk about the Blue and R&B. This is a fun, interactive event requiring audience participation. Please note this event is open to two groups at the same […]

Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program Overview

The Green Dot bystander intervention program uses a comprehensive approach to preventing power-based personal violence that capitalizes on the power of peer and cultural influence across all levels of the socio-ecological model. Informed by social change theory, the model targets all community members as potential bystanders, and seeks to engage them, through awareness, education, and […]

Exhibit: I Am Unbeatable

The Vanderbilt University Gallery at Cohen Memorial Hall features “I Am Unbeatable – Documenting and Celebrating Stories of Empowerment – Photographs by Donna Ferrato – in conjunction with this year’s Commons Reading, Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward. Donna Ferrato’s groundbreaking documentary project Living with the Enemy, serves as a context for framing her new campaign against domestic […]

Rebecca Riley

Hi class of 2018! I’m Rebecca Riley, one of your 2014-2015 student VUceptors. I’m a Southern rebel from Sweet Home Alabama, I love to spend as much time as possible outdoors (85+ temperatures preferred), and I can’t wait to meet you all in August! Other comments: I hope to be an astronaut one day, I’m […]

Rebecca Chong

I grew up in Kingston, Jamaica, but now I live in Orlando, Florida. I know, two of the coolest places in the world… how did I get so lucky!? Well, my dad is Jamaican, and then I guess we just wanted to be closer to Disney World and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. I’m […]

Patrick Murphy

I grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and moved to Tennessee for college and have lived here ever since. I have been married for 15 years and have 3 children (13, 9, and 6). I enjoy traveling, sports, and any outdoor activity.  

Cari Drinnon

My name is Cari Drinnon and I am in the class of 2015 here at Vanderbilt! I am originally from Tennessee and I absolutely love living in Nashville. I’m a political science major (of course with the aspiration to become President) and am minoring in Medicine, Health and Society. Vanderbilt has opened so many doors […]