A memorial service for Rendigs Thomas Fels, who taught
economics at Vanderbilt from 1948 until his retirement in
1982, is set for Feb. 26 at Westminster Presbyterian
The Opportunity Development Center, or ODC, becomes “The
Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Disability Services
Department,” or EAD.
The Central Library’s eighth floor is set to undergo a
major facelift this spring with renovations providing more
attractive study areas and meeting spaces for library
This year, the Vanderbilt Community Giving Campaign raised
more than $900,000.
Individuals needing to telephone Vanderbilt from overseas
or long-distance can now easily use the popular, free software
Skype to do so, thanks to a new service being launched by
Information Technology Services.
A mural depicting an epic battle between junk and healthy
food will transform a large wall of Rand Dining Hall as part
of a week-long mural workshop.
Protest art in many mediums including painting, drawing,
electronic and installations will be displayed in the Art Room
on the ground floor of Vanderbilt Divinity School.
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