Chris Skinker

  • Vanderbilt University

    Vanderbilt Baseball Claims a Long-Awaited National Title

    John Norwood's home run propelled the ’Dores to a 3–2 victory in the deciding game of the College World Series, giving the university its first-ever national championship in any men’s sport. Read More

    Sep. 26, 2014

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    Roster: The Walk On

    [quoteitright] “I want to thank the people who have been … coming to watch every sport that Vanderbilt competes in. The times [when they] go home [and] might leave frustrated … they might say, ‘We’re on our way, but not this year.’ Well, you know what? There’s a silver lining. Read More

    Jan. 21, 2013

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    Collective Memory: Through History’s Lens

    [quoteitright] “I want to thank the people who have been … coming to watch every sport that Vanderbilt competes in. The times [when they] go home [and] might leave frustrated … they might say, ‘We’re on our way, but not this year.’ Well, you know what? There’s a silver lining. Read More

    Jan. 15, 2013

  • Birdie Boogie

    Birdie Boogie

    [quoteitright] “I want to thank the people who have been … coming to watch every sport that Vanderbilt competes in. The times [when they] go home [and] might leave frustrated … they might say, ‘We’re on our way, but not this year.’ Well, you know what? There’s a silver lining. Read More

    Jan. 15, 2013

  • Pea-Brained

    Pea-Brained

    [quoteitright] “I want to thank the people who have been … coming to watch every sport that Vanderbilt competes in. The times [when they] go home [and] might leave frustrated … they might say, ‘We’re on our way, but not this year.’ Well, you know what? There’s a silver lining. Read More

    Jan. 15, 2013

  • Up in the Air

    Up in the Air

    [quoteitright] “I want to thank the people who have been … coming to watch every sport that Vanderbilt competes in. The times [when they] go home [and] might leave frustrated … they might say, ‘We’re on our way, but not this year.’ Well, you know what? There’s a silver lining. Read More

    Jan. 15, 2013

  • Vanderbilt University

    A Lesson Before Dying

    Roy looked like he was 15 at most. He looked like a water boy for a varsity sports team. But without him, my platoon was culturally blind and deaf. Read More

    Jan. 15, 2013

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    Vanderbilt Sailing Club on Nashville’s Percy Priest Lake

    Student and alumni members of the Vanderbilt Sailing Club braved some particularly crisp October air for a regatta on Nashville’s Percy Priest Lake during Reunion and Homecoming Weekend. Read More

    Jan. 14, 2013

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    Dean Fauchet’s Vision for Solving Real-Life Problems

    Fauchet says human needs can be grouped into four core basics—medicine and health; energy and natural resources; security; and entertainment—and engineering is part of each. Read More

    Jan. 14, 2013

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    Stassun on Producing Minority Ph.D. Recipients

    Not long after he arrived at Vanderbilt nine years ago, Keivan Stassun, professor of astronomy, began building on a newly forged alliance with Fisk University, a historically black college just two miles from the Vanderbilt campus, in an effort to increase the number of African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans and other minorities earning Ph.D. degrees in science. Read More

    Jan. 14, 2013

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    Recent Books, Winter 2013

    The latest offerings from Vanderbilt writers Read More

    Jan. 13, 2013

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    Largest 3-D Map of Universe Released to Public

    Stargazers, rejoice: The largest-ever 3-D map of the universe has been released to the public. The new map contains images of 200 million galaxies. Read More

    Jan. 11, 2013

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    Commodores Top Baseball Poll

    The Commodores’ 11-player freshman baseball class is the best in the nation, according to Collegiate Baseball. Read More

    Jan. 11, 2013

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    New Recreation Center and Multipurpose Facility Cast Wide Net

    Vanderbilt broke ground in September on a new multipurpose field house, additions to the Student Recreation Center, and renovation of recreation fields. Read More

    Jan. 11, 2013

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    Stage & Screen Exhibit Draws from Performing Arts Collections

    Stage & Screen: The Star Quality of Vanderbilt’s Performing Arts Collections, on view at Vanderbilt’s renovated Central Library and Special Collections, invites viewers to step “behind the curtain” of some of the world’s most memorable productions. Read More

    Jan. 11, 2013

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    ‘Tumbleweed’ Sculpture Installed on Campus

    A signature piece of art created by renowned American sculptor Mark di Suvero was acquired by Vanderbilt and installed April 30 between the Student Life Center and the E. Bronson Ingram Studio Arts Building. Read More

    Jan. 11, 2013

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    Vanderbilt Offers Online Courses

    Vanderbilt makes its first institution-wide foray into digital course offerings—both for credit and not for credit—in 2013. Read More

    Jan. 11, 2013

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    Doctor Isolates Cause in Nationwide Meningitis Outbreak

    A Vanderbilt physician’s determination to find the cause of a patient’s illness provided the crucial discovery in a meningitis outbreak that has sickened 704 people in 20 states and has led to 46 deaths. Read More

    Jan. 11, 2013

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    Oak Leaf Society honors loyal donors

    This past spring Vanderbilt launched a new donor society to recognize the more than 28,000 Vanderbilt alumni, parents, friends and community members who demonstrate loyalty to the university by renewing their charitable gifts each year. Read More

    Jan. 11, 2013

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    School of Medicine Debuts New Learning Model

    This past summer medical students began implementing an innovative four-year education model called Curriculum 2.0. A deeply integrated system requiring flexibility and teamwork on the part of faculty, it allows students greater influence over their learning. Read More

    Jan. 11, 2013