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  • This semester's Chancellor's Lecture Series includes guest appearances by Terry Crews, George Takei, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Steven Pinker, Carl Zimmer, and Amanda Little with Jon Meacham.

    Led by Interim Chancellor Susan R. Wente, the theme of the fall series is “Culture of Respect; Culture of Caring,” aligning with efforts across the university to support and build connections amongst Vanderbilt’s inclusive, cooperative community. Learn more at https://news.vanderbilt.edu/2019/08/23/wente-to-host-influencers-for-fall-chancellors-lecture-series/

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  • Have a great first day of class, Commodores! You got this. 💪🏻

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  • #VU2023 is officially part of the Commodore family! Join us in welcoming them by sharing one piece of advice for our incoming students. 👇🏻

    We'll go first: remember, you can never be too loud when throwing the #AnchorDown sign 😉

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  • A 150 ft American flag that hung behind 1960s IMPACT speakers such as Martin Luther King Jr., Bobby Kennedy and John Glenn was unfurled and then refolded on Library Lawn yesterday after being buried for decades in the basement of Alumni Hall.

    The process was led by Brandon Hulette, associate professor of military science, and included staff members of the library as well as members of Vanderbilt's ROTC and National Guard.

    The flag will be deposited in a special storage unit of Special Collections and protected for generations to come.

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  • Kelsey, Abigail, Michaela, Hannah, and Melinda met at the Margaret Cuninggim Women's Center at Vanderbilt University. #HumansofVanderbilt

    Q: What made you guys get involved in the Women’s Center?
    A1: I was looking for a place where I could make friends and know the people have the same values as me, and I think the Women’s Center has done a great job of fostering conversation among all of us. I’ve grown and learned a lot just from the casual conversations that we we get to have centered around feminism.

    A2: I’m from the Portland area, and I feel like I had a pretty good sex education, but I thought a lot of my friends from the south didn’t, so I guess one of the reasons is that I wanted to be more involved in the educational process.

    Q: How do you educate through the Women’s Center?
    A: We do a lot of these things called “Kitchen Table Series” - small discussions where we choose a relevant social event that’s happening, either locally or nationally. We learn some background information and then talk about it. . . like immigration as a feminist issue, body image, stuff like that.

    Q: Anything else you’d like to add?
    A1: I’m not a Women’s Gender Studies major, and I really haven’t taken a class, but I wish I had taken them now because a lot of people who are in this internship are [WGS majors]. I like just being around them and discussing and learning and having all of these resources available. And they learn how to speak in public and discuss things with people as a liaison. . . they facilitate community discussion, which is awesome.

    A2: I feel like for the WGS students, everyone is so passionate about the theory, but I feel like the theory necessitates action in a way that’s really different from other departments. I think a lot of WGS students are like "if this is what I know and this is what I believe, then it’s almost unethical for me to just be writing papers about it, sitting in the classroom talking about it," when it kind of demands a community change.

    📸: Social 'Dores Tyjah Johnson and Taylor Hopkins

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  • Our photographers spend countless hours taking pictures at events and happenings around campus. Here are some of our favorites, in honor of #WorldPhotographyDay.

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  • Relive the excitement of Move-In Weekend 2019

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  • A tradition for our new students: Founders Walk!

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  • Relive the excitement of Move-In Weekend 2019

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  • We are a Vanderbilt family!

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  • Anchor Down, Commodores!

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  • Take a look at Move-In Day from the perspective of the Move Crew!

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  • "This is the best Move In ever!" -- thanks in part to K9 Officer Jack greeting the new arrivals.

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  • Welcome to Vanderbilt, Class of 2023!

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  • It's a beautiful day to welcome some new Commodores! #VU2023

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  • Happy Move-In Day, #VU2023!

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  • Just about two weeks until football season begins! Interim Chancellor Susan R. Wente dropped by practice Thursday to cheer on the team and help them Anchor Down.

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  • We are grateful to Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos for his leadership and stewardship over the past 11 years. As we prepare to say farewell on his last day, tell us in the comments: What will you miss most about Chancellor Zeppos? What are some of your favorite memories of his time at Vanderbilt?

    Read more about his legacy at https://news.vanderbilt.edu/2019/08/14/the-legacy-of-chancellor-nicholas-s-zeppos

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  • The shuttle service formerly known as Vandy Vans has a new name -- VandyRide -- and improved service for students.

    Updates include earlier and longer service times from 5 p.m. to 3:30 a.m. and new routes (see map at link). The changes come after a year-long study that included student focus groups and data collection. Routes with low ridership were consolidated, and other routes were changed to reflect the ridership trends of the student body. Future plans for the service include adding shelters to several service stops.

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  • Vanderbilt is partnering with Nashville organizations Preservation Station and Project Return in its efforts to preserve a part of Nashville’s vibrant cultural history, the Manuel House.

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