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North House Ubuntu Dinner w/Dr. André Churchwell

Crawford Lecture on Women, Leadership, and Engaged Citizenship

North House Hosts Film in VU iLens Series: “How to Survive a Plague”

North–Meeting w/Grassroots VU Service Org., All Students Welcome, 8-9 pm

North–Writer-in-Residence Program on Wed. w/Scott Lyon

Environmental & Sustainability Studies

Eid-ul-Adha Celebration

Bollywood Night Out

Commons MixUp, North House Wedding

Academic Support Workshops

Service at Shelby Bottoms Park

Thinking about resumes, internships, and how to get started?

Special Quake Edition, Northern Exposure on Thursday

The 37th Annual Holocaust Lecture Series

The Bullying Narratives: Gender, Violence, and the Negotiated Identities of Youth

North RAs on National Coming Out Week!!

World on Wednesdays

National Coming Out Week: “You Do You”

Ubuntu Dinner with Beth Torres, Pres./CEO Make-a-Wish Foundation, Middle Tennessee

North: “Sippin’ on Safety”

FREE Professional Photos–TODAY! No appointment necessary!

Which professional industries are you exploring? Are you looking for opportunities and ways to get connected?

Anchor Dash 2.0!

Congratulations to Gillette & Sutherland House Presidents!

McTyeire Fireside Chat: ‘The End of Collecting in the Digital Age’

North House Dinner, w/ Dr. Avery Dickins de Girón, Executive Director of the Center for Latin American Studies

North House Family Weekend 2014 Banner

Fall for the Arts Festival

Congratulations to these Elected Officers!!

Congratulations to these Commons Reading Competition Winners!

NPHC Greek Mystique

Project I Am: I Am a Protégé Mentor/Mentee Applications Due this Friday!

Want to be featured in The Hustler?

CommonDores Leadership Council Elections/Applications Timeline

Bollywood Boxing Movie’s Commons Connection

Do you love to perform?

Football Ticket Distribution!

Northern Exposure on Thursday

PBarz’s Blog Entry on Music and Ebola

Dr. Barsky speaks on Social Justice Issues

ONE MORE DAY: Participate in The Commons Reading Competition!

Interested in studying Spanish or Portuguese? We’d like to meet you!

VSG Presents: The Road to Leadership

There’s a whole spectrum of House leadership opportunities!

World on Wednesdays (WOW) TODAY @ 12 PM – Free Lunch!

GEO Study Abroad Fair

Vanderbilt Lambda Association Cupcake Social

Commons Reading Competition Workshop

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

True Life: Visions Groups 1-46 & 92 TONIGHT

PROJECT I AM Presents the Fall Mixer: Tonight @ Dean Wcislo’s

Class of 2018 Party at Country Music Hall of Fame, 8-11 PM, Tonight

InsideVandy.Com Views Vanderbilt Visions and VUcept

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

Katrina Films & Other Resources

Apply to be a Service Commissioner Fellow by August 25!

Class of 2018 Move-In Video on VUCast

Check out these cool events happening this week!

Parents of the Class of 2018. Welcome to Vanderbilt

North Is Borth

Your Sutherland family is waiting for you!

On My Mind Mondays 5,4,3,2,1….

The calendar for CommonVU is now online!

Welcome to the Crawford Crew!

VU students rank themselves the happiest

Dr. Kyla Terhune Shares Her Thoughts on Salvage the Bones.

On My Mind Mondays: “The Past and Future”

Connecting to Salvage the Bones



Nov
3
Mon
2014
Doctors Without Borders at Vanderbilt – Access to the Danger Zone free film screening
Nov 3 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Directed by Peter Casaer and narrated by Daniel Day-Lewis, this documentary provides a harrowing look at the challenges of delivering humanitarian aid in armed conflicts. The screening will be followed by an audience Q&A with local Doctors Without Borders aid workers.

Register at: https://accesstothedangerzonevanderbilt.eventbrite.com.

 

Nov
6
Thu
2014
Doctors Without Borders recruitment session
Nov 6 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Goal: MSF HR is wanting to do a recruitment session. The event is normally about 90 minutes, including Q&A. The event will include a powerpoint presentation by a recruiter on the background of MSF and its work, a presentation about the field work experience, and information on the HR process, how to apply, and the different requirements for different policies, etc.

Nov
12
Wed
2014
Dean’s Book Club
Nov 12 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Bluebird and Other Tattoos by Luna Miguel

Please sign up in The Dean of The Commons Office located in The Commons Center, Room 203. Sign ups will be available a month in advance.

Nov
13
Thu
2014
McTyeire Fireside Chat: “Do you want to meet a ghost?”
Nov 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

McTyeire Fireside Chat: “Do you want to meet a ghost?”  Scenes of Terror in Japanese Film and Fiction, by Gerald Figal, Associate Professor of History and Asian Studies

Following a brief introductory account on ghosts in pre-modern Japanese folklore, art, and literature, the talk will focus on how classic ghosts are reinvented and appear in modern film and fiction. We will watch scenes of ghostly encounters and ask how these scenes produce fear and terror and what they say about modern life in Japan and elsewhere.

Contact: anja.bandas@vanderbilt.edu for questions.

Jan
21
Wed
2015
Dean’s Book Club
Jan 21 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The Way Through Doors by Jesse Ball

Please sign up in The Dean of The Commons Office located in The Commons Center, Room 203. Sign ups will be available a month in advance.

Feb
6
Fri
2015
Commons Ball
Feb 6 @ 9:00 pm – Feb 7 @ 12:00 am

Annual Commons Ball presented by the House Presidents.

Feb
18
Wed
2015
Dean’s Book Club
Feb 18 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The Yellow Birds by Kevin Powers

Please sign up in The Dean of The Commons Office located in The Commons Center, Room 203. Sign ups will be available a month in advance.

Mar
18
Wed
2015
Dean’s Book Club
Mar 18 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

House of Prayer No. 2 by Mark Richard

Please sign up in The Dean of The Commons Office located in The Commons Center, Room 203. Sign ups will be available a month in advance.

Apr
1
Wed
2015
Dean’s Book Club
Apr 1 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Vampires in the Lemon Grove by Karen Russell

Please sign up in The Dean of The Commons Office located in The Commons Center, Room 203. Sign ups will be available a month in advance.