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Posted on Monday, Dec. 17, 2012 — 6:00 AM
All year long, the News and Communications team tracks which stories, Tweets, Facebook posts, images and videos receive the most traffic, and they’re not always the stories we expect. Take a look.
Storified by VanderbiltU · Fri, Dec 14 2012 13:08:49
What were some of YOUR favorite stories of 2012?
Life, Earth and Space, myVU, myVU News, Research, The Vanderbilt Story basketball, C2HR, Colleen Conway-Welch, cool cap, coursera, David Williams, deep brain stimulation, dopamine, exoskeleton, facebook, featured myvu, featured research, featured story, flickr, football, fungal meningitis, gender, Higgs Boson, human resources, instagram, Kissam, Mary Taylor, Mia Bransford, Nashville, Peabody College, rankings, social media, spinach, super-eruption, Tom Brokaw, Transit of Venus, twitter, Weekly Social
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