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Video: The Chancellor’s bowl message

Dec. 17, 2008—Watch Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos's bowl bound message.

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Winner of Music City Bowl tickets announced in bookstore drawing

Dec. 17, 2008—For the past several weeks, hundreds of people have entered their names in a drawing at Rand Bookstore for a chance to win Music City Bowl tickets. First-year student Caroline Hadley was the lucky winner on Tuesday, Dec. 16.

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Video: Catch the Spirit: Music City Bowl Style

Dec. 16, 2008—Put on your game face, wear black and gold and let's get excited. It's Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl time.

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Mounting restrictions on hedge fund withdrawals can erode investor value by as much as 15 percent

Dec. 16, 2008—The fast-growing number of withdrawal restrictions being imposed by hedge funds to curtail capital drain during the financial market crisis comes with a hefty price tag for fund investors, says a new study from the Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management. The research comes as investors seek desperately to exit hedge funds to avoid further declines and the possibility of fund failure, yet face a suspension of redemptions by fund managers.

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Banker, Vanderbilt Board of Trust member Andrew Benedict dies

Dec. 15, 2008—Andrew B. Benedict Jr., a prominent Nashville banker and longtime member of the Vanderbilt University Board of Trust, died Monday morning at home. He was 94.

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VUCast: News from Vanderbilt’s news network for the week of Dec. 15

Dec. 12, 2008—We\'re going bowling! Hear from Bobby Johnson about the Music City Bowl. Plus, more sweet competition, that\'s good enough to eat! (6:08)

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Researchers identify new region of the magnetosphere

Dec. 12, 2008—A detailed analysis of the measurements of five different satellites have revealed the existence of the warm plasma cloak, a new region of the magnetosphere, which is the invisible shield of magnetic fields and electrically charged particles that surround and protect Earth from the onslaught of the solar wind.

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New associate vice chancellor joins Vanderbilt’s development and alumni relations office

Dec. 11, 2008—Christopher P. Toft, a leading fundraiser in higher education and health care in Chicago has been named associate vice chancellor for university development at Vanderbilt.

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Vanderbilt runner nominated for Wooden Cup

Dec. 11, 2008—A member of the Vanderbilt University men's cross country team is one of five finalists for the Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup for being a positive influence. Vanderbilt senior Rob Whiting will learn on Jan. 14 whether he bests the other candidates at a ceremony at the East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.

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Vanderbilt and Belmont universities to co-host community meeting Dec. 17 about blasting and construction projects

Dec. 11, 2008—On Wed., Dec. 17, Metro Councilman Keith Durbin, Vanderbilt University and Belmont University invite the public to attend a free, educational program on blasting for construction projects on both campuses.

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Video: How the brain thinks about crime and punishment

Dec. 10, 2008—Read more. Media Contact: Amy Wolf, (615) 322-NEWS amy.wolf@vanderbilt.edu

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How the brain thinks about crime and punishment

Dec. 10, 2008—In a pioneering, interdisciplinary study combining law and neuroscience, researchers at Vanderbilt University peered inside people's minds to watch how the brain thinks about crime and punishment.

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Dever named dean of College of Arts and Science at Vanderbilt

Dec. 9, 2008—Carolyn Dever, interim dean of the College of Arts and Science at Vanderbilt University, has accepted an appointment as dean, effective immediately.

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First 3D images obtained of core component of molecular machinery used for cell reproduction

Dec. 9, 2008—For the first time, structural biologists have managed to obtain the detailed three-dimensional structure of one of the proteins that form the core of the complex molecular machine, called the replisome, that plant and animal cells assemble to copy their DNA as the first step in cell reproduction.

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Podcast: Restless Souls: Searching for Authenticity in Nashville’s Music Scene

Dec. 9, 2008—Listen to a podcast of a Dec. 4 presentation by Charlie Peacock, Brooke Waggoner, Amy Stroup, and John Davis.

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