Seth Robertson

  • Vanderbilt University

    On Track: Student-athlete Kristen Findley

    Kristen Findley (JOHN RUSSELL)   If Kristen Findley had gotten her wish, she might never have set foot on a track, or at least not to compete. Growing up near the snow-capped mountains of Boise, Idaho, she dreamt of becoming a downhill skier one day. She was so taken… Read More

    Aug 9, 2013

  • Vanderbilt University

    How to build a race car: Expert advice from the Vanderbilt Motorsports team

    Credit: Harry Campbell Vanderbilt Motorsports, an extracurricular team of School of Engineering undergraduates, will compete in May 2014 in the annual Formula SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) event at Michigan International Speedway near Detroit. The event is the culmination of a yearlong process… Read More

    May 7, 2013

  • Vanderbilt University

    The Closer: Bo McKinnis, MBA’91, knows baseball—and how to deal

    McKinnis, right, with Price at Tampa Bay Rays spring training in Port Charlotte, Fla. (Credit: Christina Kuhns)   On New Year’s Eve, as Congress was busy negotiating a deal to avert the fiscal cliff, baseball agent Bo McKinnis was involved in an urgent negotiation of his own. Read More

    May 7, 2013

  • How to tear down a dorm: Expert advice from Vanderbilt Campus Planning

    How to tear down a dorm: Expert advice from Vanderbilt Campus Planning

    In May 2012 Vanderbilt broke ground on College Halls at Kissam, two residential colleges that together will house about 660 upperclassmen starting in 2014. Tony Fort considers the project to be among the most ambitious during his 27 years at the university. “This is the single… Read More

    Jan 15, 2013

  • Vanderbilt University

    Off the Radar: Ben Woods, BA’10

    Woods serves as associate editor at The Cambodia Daily, an English-language newspaper based in Phnom Penh. Read More

    Jan 14, 2013

  • Early to Rise: Willie Geist, BA’97

    Early to Rise: Willie Geist, BA’97

    WILLIE GEIST, BA’97 It’s fitting that one of the shows Willie Geist hosts on MSNBC is called Way Too Early. If there’s one gripe he has about his job, it’s the necessity of waking up in the wee hours of the morning. “When the alarm clock goes off at… Read More

    Apr 7, 2010