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Video: Creating the Star Chamber

Oct. 27, 2006—Atop one of the highest points in the Nashville area, a spiral sculpture of stone is taking shape that will combine art and science in an innovative approach to making science compelling, especially to students.

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Galaxy-like sculpture combines art and science at Dyer Observatory, Opening scheduled Oct. 29 in conjunction with Music on the Mountain

Oct. 17, 2006— Atop one of the highest points in the Nashville area, a spiral sculpture of stone is taking shape that will combine art and science in an innovative approach to making science compelling, especially to students.

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Video: "What Do the Arts Teach?"

Sep. 29, 2006—Watch video of Elliot W. Eisner, Lee Jacks Professor of Education and professor of art at Stanford University, speaking in September 2006 on  "What Do the Arts Teach?"

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Video: “What Do the Arts Teach?”

Sep. 29, 2006—Watch video of Elliot W. Eisner, Lee Jacks Professor of Education and professor of art at Stanford University, speaking in September 2006 on "What Do the Arts Teach?"

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Video: Vandy-TSU make history

Sep. 26, 2006—History was made Sept. 23 when Vanderbilt and TSU met on the gridiron for the first time. But, after this game, everyone left a winner. Watch video of the events.

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Video: Vanderbilt, TSU celebrate historic football match

Sep. 25, 2006—Watch video of the speakers at the TSU-Vanderbilt Commemorative Dinner on Sept. 22, 2006, the eve of the two school\'s first football game together.

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Video: Back from Baghdad

Sep. 22, 2006—Vanderbilt international criminal law expert Mike Newton is the only academic consortium advisor to the Iraqi Tribunal to go to Baghdad. Watch video about his work in Iraq with Tribunal and how he shares this experience with students at Vanderbilt Law School.

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Video: Economist Niall Ferguson, historian of the global economy, opens Chancellor’s Lecture Series Sept. 12

Sep. 12, 2006—Watch video of historian Niall Feguson delivering the first 2006-07 Chancellor's Lecture: "The War of the World."

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9/11 tragedy continues to evoke strong emotions, says Vanderbilt professor

Aug. 30, 2006—Feelings of grief, anger and vulnerability over the 9/11 terrorist attacks five years ago remain strong for most Americans, according to James Booth, a Vanderbilt University professor of political science and philosophy.

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Video: Roads Scholars Tour takes Vanderbilt to East Tennessee

Aug. 21, 2006—The fifth annual Vanderbilt Roads Scholars Tour took Chancellor Gordon Gee and about 45 faculty, senior administrators, staff and student leaders to Middle and East Tennessee August 16 and 17.

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Lecture: “Information infrastructure and its orphans”

Apr. 21, 2006—"Information Infrastructure and Its Orphans", lecture by Geoffrey C. Bowker, Executive Director, Regis and Dianne McKenna Professor for the Center for Science, Technology and Society, Santa Clara University. The lecture focuses on decisions which determine what is captured or represented by search engines and information systems, and, what is left out.

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Lecture: "Information infrastructure and its orphans"

Apr. 21, 2006—"Information Infrastructure and Its Orphans", lecture by Geoffrey C. Bowker, Executive Director, Regis and Dianne McKenna Professor for the Center for Science, Technology and Society, Santa Clara University. The lecture focuses on decisions which determine what is captured or represented by search engines and information systems, and, what is left out.

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