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VUCast: News from Vanderbilt’s news network for Jan. 13

Jan. 11, 2008—What do french fries, fried chicken and mini-van exhaust fumes have in common? And, ABC News, who you gonna call? Get all that, and an 'Action Hero' in the VUCast for the week of Jan. 13.

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Nashville Is…

Dec. 20, 2007—Thinking of living, working or going to school in Nashville? Watch this video to find out more about a city that is so much more than country music.

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VUCast News Network

Sep. 14, 2007—From homegrown presidential politics to the bionic arm of the future, watch the latest Vanderbilt news with sophomore Jadzia Butler.

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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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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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Remembering Commencement 2007

May. 18, 2007—It was a day of laughter, tears and remembering. A day for families, lifelong friends and making new memories: Welcome to Commencement 2007.

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CloserVU: Vanderbilt’s Dee Davis soars on and off the court

Mar. 16, 2007—The Vanderbilt women's basketball team, winner of the SEC Championship, joins our men's team in NCAA tournament play this weekend. We take a CloserVU of Senior Dee Davis (video).

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Video: Meet the First and Ten Steel Drum Band

Dec. 19, 2006—The Vanderbilt Commodore Steel Band program started at the Blair School of Music in 2004 with a handful of students. This 2006 fall semester there were enough students to form three bands: one group of advanced members and two first-year groups, including the First and Ten Steel Band.

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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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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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