May. 25, 2016—The Vanderbilt Police Department and the Metro Nashville Midtown Police Precinct teamed up for “Ice Cream on the Go with Metro.” Officers traveled throughout the Edgehill community giving away ice cream to children of all ages as well as adults.
May. 24, 2016—Symphony 101, healthy cooking, and Motown music are among the Osher Lifelong Institute at Vanderbilt summer 2016 classes for all adults 50 and older.
Apr. 27, 2016—Vanderbilt Law Professor J.B. Ruhl will speak at the Williamson County Public Library May 24 about the impact of our vast and highly regulated global food system, with growing calls for reform through the New Food Movement.
Apr. 26, 2016—Visitors will have the unusual opportunity to safely view the planet Mercury as it transits directly across the face of the sun using Dyer Observatory’s solar telescopes.
Apr. 19, 2016—The Vanderbilt community had the opportunity to interact with regional transit officials on efforts to ease traffic congestion and improve public transportation during a discussion April 14 at Vanderbilt’s Student Life Center.
Apr. 11, 2016—Easing traffic congestion and improving the public transportation system are critical issues for the city, and the Vanderbilt community has the opportunity to interact with transit officials on those topics during an April 14 Food For Thought lunch conversation.
Apr. 7, 2016—Mayor Megan Barry and Metro Public Works are reaching out to the Vanderbilt community and the Nashville public for input about Metro's Strategic Plan for Sidewalks and Bikeways, also known as "WalknBike."
Mar. 23, 2016—Students, faculty and staff are invited to join in a walking tour of campus on National Walking Day, April 6, at 2 p.m. The policy tour event will highlight bike and pedestrian safety efforts on campus.
Mar. 16, 2016—A Vanderbilt alumnus who has provided strong leadership for the support and protection of the Natchez Trace Parkway will speak at the Williamson County Public Library March 22.
Mar. 4, 2016—Shakespeare, transitional justice in South Africa, the Nashville Ballet, and Judaism are among the diverse topics open to all adults 50 and older this spring through the Institute for Lifelong Learning at Vanderbilt.
Jan. 25, 2016—Jane Landers, a Vanderbilt history professor who studies slavery from its inception to abolition, will give a free talk Feb. 26 at the Williamson County Public Library.
Jul. 17, 2015—Approximately a thousand people, including 59 candidates appearing on the Metro Nashville Aug. 6 election ballot, enjoyed a "meet and greet" picnic at the Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center July 16.