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Want to Earn $150? Participate in SAT Validity Study!

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

CommonDores Leadership Council Elections/Applications Timeline

For a full description of the 5 House Advisory Council positions, click here. Elections/Applications Timeline  Sunday, September 7: House Service Commissioner Applications due by 5:00 pm (on Anchor Link) September 8 – 15: House Service Commissioner Interviews Monday, September 8, 6:00 am: Campaigning Begins September 8, 8:00-9:00 pm: Town Hall Meetings in East, Memorial, and West […]

“I Think They Think:” the Effect of Group Norms on Bystander Behavior

Bystanders to bullying, power-based personal violence, and substance abuse often fail to intervene, even when they are uncomfortable with the behavior and believe stepping in is the right thing to do. One reason may be misperception of the group norm (how other bystanders feel about the behavior). Research involving Vanderbilt undergraduates (and other groups) has […]

First Northern Exposure on Wed. Aug. 27, 8-9 [North House]

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First Northern Exposure, Wed. 8-9 [North House]

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Talking Heads at Murray House: August-October

TALKING HEADS: AUGUST-OCTOBER   The Talking Heads used to be a New Wave band of the 70’s and 80’s. Now it has come to mean a chance to have some great food and great conversation in the Murray Faculty Apartment with Vandy Profs, and other assorted persons who have some very interesting things to talk […]

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

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 […]