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VUCast: Obama’s Choices

Nov. 19, 2008—Watch video of a Nov. 19 forum "Vanderbilt Government Relations 101."

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Video: "Vanderbilt Government Relations 101: Advocacy on the Federal, State & Local Levels — What’s in it for me?"

Nov. 19, 2008—Watch video of a Nov. 19 forum "Vanderbilt Government Relations 101."

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Black masculinity explored in new issue of AmeriQuests

Nov. 18, 2008—The intricacies of being a black male in America are explored in the new issue of AmeriQuests, the interdisciplinary e-journal based at Vanderbilt University.

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Vanderbilt weekend program for gifted youth now taking applications

Nov. 17, 2008—Academically talented kindergartners and 1st through 6th graders will have a chance to expand their horizons, intellectually and socially, in a Vanderbilt program this spring specifically designed for gifted students and their parents. Applications are currently being accepted for the program, Saturday Academy at Vanderbilt for the Young or SAVY, which will take place every Saturday Feb. 7 through March 14, 2009.

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OP-ED: Several issues preceded economy on U.S. agenda

Nov. 17, 2008—The No. 1 priority facing President-elect Barack Obama is the economic crisis, which, so far, is focused on the financial sector. But there are other serious issues deserving attention from the president-elect.

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OP-ED: Shot at unthinkable: an end to cronyism

Nov. 17, 2008—Like other presidents before him, President-elect Barack Obama will be under immense pressure to reward campaign workers, state and local party officials, interest groups and key donors with positions in the new administration.

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Video: The Price Tag of Peace

Nov. 17, 2008—Watch video from the Holocaust Lecture Series.

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VU bowl eligible with sixth win at UK

Nov. 16, 2008—D.J. Moore scored touchdowns on his first two career receptions and added two critical interceptions, and Vanderbilt beat Kentucky 31-24 Saturday night to gain bowl eligibility for the first time in 26 years.

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Podcast: “O Heaven Where Art Thou: The Redemptive Power of Bluegrass Music”

Nov. 14, 2008—Listen to a Nov. 13 podcast of a presentation by Bobby Clark.

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Podcast: "O Heaven Where Art Thou: The Redemptive Power of Bluegrass Music"

Nov. 14, 2008—Listen to a Nov. 13 podcast of a presentation by Bobby Clark.

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MEDIA ADVISORY: Best-selling author of Freakonomics available to media prior to Nov. 18 lecture at Vanderbilt University

Nov. 14, 2008—Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the international best-seller Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything, will speak at Vanderbilt University Tuesday, Nov. 18.

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Video: Lawson portrait unveiled

Nov. 14, 2008—Watch video of a ceremony unveiling the portrait of the Rev. James Lawson.

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Collaborative public art project at Vanderbilt week of Nov. 17

Nov. 14, 2008—The internationally recognized Let's Re-Make art collaborative will be working on the Vanderbilt University campus and in the Nashville community the week of Nov. 17.

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New AmericasBarometer Insights offers concise public policy analyses

Nov. 14, 2008—Results from an unprecedented collection of public opinion data in 23 nations on wide-ranging political issues and their policy implications are included in the new AmericasBarometer Insights, a series of short studies now available to the public.

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Vanderbilt launches online innovation Web site

Nov. 13, 2008—Vanderbilt University has launched a new e-commerce Web site that allows users to purchase innovative software, courseware and other digital products over the Internet.

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