Class Of 2012

  • Vanderbilt University

    Class of 2012 leads the way in giving back to Vanderbilt

    The Class of 2012 is accustomed to leading the way. As freshmen, they became the first class to live at The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons. As seniors, they broke a Vanderbilt record at the time by giving back to Vanderbilt at a rate of 48 percent through the… Read More

    Nov. 9, 2013

  • Vanderbilt University

    Newest undergrads give thumbs-up

    Students receiving bachelor’s degrees last May left Vanderbilt overwhelmingly satisfied with their university experience, results of an annual survey indicate. Read More

    Jan. 11, 2013

  • The Class of 2012 reported high levels of satisfaction with their Vanderbilt experience, according to a new survey. (John Russell/Vanderbilt)

    Class of 2012 highly satisfied with Vanderbilt experience, survey finds

    The Class of 2012 reported high levels of satisfaction with their Vanderbilt experience, according to a new survey. (John Russell/Vanderbilt) Students receiving bachelor’s degrees in May 2012 left Vanderbilt overwhelmingly satisfied with their university experience, results of an annual survey indicate. The survey found that 2012 graduates reported high… Read More

    Jul. 25, 2012

  • Vanderbilt University

    Zeppos, Brokaw to address Vanderbilt graduating seniors

    The first class to experience Vanderbilt University’s living-learning community, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, will receive their diplomas during Commencement May 11. Read More

    May. 3, 2012

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    End of the Beginning

    The Ingram Commons’ first class graduates First-year students and faculty heads of house gathered at The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons in August 2008 for their first-ever class photo. The taking of a class photo each year has become an Ingram Commons tradition. (John Russell/Vanderbilt) On a bright spring day… Read More

    May. 1, 2012

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    A Way With Words

    Senior Nate Marshall’s passion for poetry helped him find his voice – and his calling Nate Marshall is all about the words. He started writing poetry in grammar school, and in the eighth grade, when a poem he wrote got him detention, Marshall realized two things: His words could have… Read More

    May. 1, 2012