I seldom venture anywhere without some Vanderbilt link popping up. For this issue of the magazine, it was a 50-cent copy of Deliverance at a Pasadena flea market and a conversation with a stranger about James Dickey.
First-year students by the numbers
More than 1,300 first-year students moved their belongings into residence halls on The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons on Aug. 17.
Vanderbilt University is ranked No. 17 in U.S. News & World Report’s latest list of top national universities, while also receiving recognition for its value, learning communities and undergraduate research.
Bosley Jarrett’s shot of the night sky in Franz Josef, New Zealand, was one of 12 finalists in Vanderbilt’s 2013 Global Education Office photo contest.
A new interdisciplinary program examines the presence of Latinos and Hispanics as an integral part of U.S. culture and history.
It was the 9-degree, molar-rattling middle of January in North Georgia, and I was on my way to visit the Chattooga River, 57 miles of fierce backcountry water and etched stone where the film of my father’s first novel, Deliverance, was shot in the summer of 1971.
This year more than 3,000 alumni and guests gathered on campus Oct. 3–5 for Reunion 2013. From Thursday evening’s reception for the newest Quinqs to the last play of the Homecoming football game on Saturday, the weekend was packed with activities.
Vanderbilt extends its gratitude for record-breaking support during its most recent fiscal year, which ended June 30.
Summer Send-Off Parties welcome new students | Class of 1963 graduates to Quinqdom | Class ring styles expand