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Rev. James Lawson Returns

Nov. 10, 2008—Rev. James Lawson returns to Vanderbilt University as a Distinguished University Professor, more than four decades after a national furor over his expulsion from the university as a result of his civil rights activities.

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VUCast Extra: Go Dores!

Oct. 3, 2008—Watch VUCast Extra and learn more about Vanderbilt's new Expanded Aid program.

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Admission insider’s guide to getting into college;

Oct. 31, 2007—Douglas Christiansen is Vanderbilt University's associate provost for enrollment and dean of admissions. He's spent the last 20 years in admissions leadership roles in both public and private universities. Now he‘s using his expertise to give students practical advice on what they can do to get into the right college, in hopes of clearing some of the mystery and misconceptions surrounding the admissions process.

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VideoVU: Welcome Class of 2011

Aug. 31, 2007—It's just something you have to see to believe: move-in day for more than 1,600 new undergraduates and the official Founders Walk welcome. Our VUCast crew tags along as the new students begin their Vanderbilt journey.

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Video: Finding their passion

Aug. 31, 2007—It's just something you have to see to believe: move-in day for more than 1,600 new undergraduates and the official Founders Walk welcome. Our VUCast crew tags along as the new students begin their Vanderbilt journey.

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Creating the bionic arm of the future

Jun. 29, 2007—Vanderbilt University is part of a revolutionary national program aimed at creating more life-like prosthetics for the thousands of amputees in this country.

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Video: Students, faculty and staff join Freedom Riders to revisit historic 1961 trip

Jan. 25, 2007— Vanderbilt students, faculty and staff retraced the 1961 Freedom Rides with some of the original Freedom Riders as they traveled to Montgomery and Birmingham, Ala. Among the participants was Congressman John Lewis, Diane Nash, Bernard Lafayette, the Rev. C.T. Vivian, Jim Zwerg, John Seigenthaler and the Rev. James Lawson. More than four decades after being expelled from the university for helping fight segregation in Nashville, Lawson returned to Vanderbilt as a Distinguished University Professor.

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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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