Reimagining a Lost Book

Reimagining a Lost Book

Artists from the United States, Cuba and Haiti envision social change through reinterpretation of a lost work Visionary Aponte: Art and Black Freedom brings together 20 contemporary artists working across a range of media to interpret an extraordinary—and now lost—historical artifact: a so-called “Book of Paintings” created by José AntonioRead More

Recent Books, Winter 2020

Recent Books, Winter 2020

Qualitative Data Collection Tools: Design, Development, and Applications, (2020, Sage Publishers) by Felice D. Billups, EdD’91 This unique supplementary text will guide students and new researchers to design, develop, pilot and employ qualitative tools in order to collect qualitative data. Templates of interview protocols, focus group moderator guides, content analysisRead More

Cheap Eats: How alumni created an iconic Vanderbilt destination known by five letters—SATCO

Cheap Eats: How alumni created an iconic Vanderbilt destination known by five letters—SATCO

Just as KFC superseded its original moniker, the San Antonio Taco Company south of campus has, for 35 years, been elevated to an acronym for Texas-style fajitas and buckets of beer.

 

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Chancellor’s Letter: Town and Gown

I often say that Vanderbilt is in its strongest position ever within our nearly 150 years as an institution. While this momentum is the result of many university initiatives—from working to find the most talented and globally diverse students in the university’s history to breaking new ground in the humanities and sciences through bold, trans-institutional research—our success is also intertwined with that of our city and region.

Actor and singer–songwriter Jaden Smith (left) listens as former Vice President Al Gore speaks to Vanderbilt students studying Earth and environmental science. (Anne Rayner/Vanderbilt)

Chancellor’s Lecture Series: 24 hours of climate reality

Former Vice President Al Gore hosted a flagship presentation at Vanderbilt University on Nov. 20 as part of a worldwide event called “24 Hours of Reality: Truth in Action.”

Long Run: 97-year-old Roy Englert Sr., BA’43, defies his age every time he takes to the track

Long Run: 97-year-old Roy Englert Sr., BA’43, defies his age every time he takes to the track

Englert holds world records in the 95-to-99 age group in the 800-meter, 1,500-meter, 3,000-meter and 5,000-meter races, along with the 4×100, 4×400 and 4×800 relays.

Trust Issues: Q&A with Tiffany Erwin Moller, BS’89, on rehabilitating companies accused of misconduct

Trust Issues: Q&A with Tiffany Erwin Moller, BS’89, on rehabilitating companies accused of misconduct

Moller has served as a federal prosecutor for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, handling cases of financial fraud and other white-collar crimes. She also was the first-ever chief of compliance and oversight for the New York City Police Department, where she helped reform its policies.

Cheap Eats: How alumni created an iconic Vanderbilt destination known by five letters—SATCO

Cheap Eats: How alumni created an iconic Vanderbilt destination known by five letters—SATCO

Just as KFC superseded its original moniker, the San Antonio Taco Company south of campus has, for 35 years, been elevated to an acronym for Texas-style fajitas and buckets of beer.

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