Mar. 13, 2009—Members of Chicago's famed comedy theatre, The Second City, will do two shows at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Friday, March 20, at Vanderbilt University's Sarratt Cinema in the Sarratt Student Center.
Mar. 12, 2009—The racially motivated riots in France during the fall of 2005 proved that despite its homogenous image, racial tensions are alive and well in Europe. The newly emerging field of Black European Studies is beginning to examine these racial tensions by studying the history and the current experience of blacks in the culture of Europe.
Feb. 9, 2009—Hundreds of Vanderbilt students will hit the dance floor Feb. 13-14 to benefit the health of area children during Dance Marathon, a 14-hour student-run event to raise money for the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt and the Children's Miracle Network.
Jan. 28, 2009—Patrick O'Keeffe, who won the prestigious Story Prize for short stories in 2005, will read from his work Thursday, Feb. 5, at Vanderbilt University.
Jan. 21, 2009—On a break from her "Listening Tour through the Axis of Evil," Kelly Hayes-Raitt will speak Jan. 29 at Vanderbilt's Leadership Breakfast about her experiences as an activist, political consultant and writer.
Vanderbilt and Belmont universities to co-host community meeting Dec. 17 about blasting and construction projects
Dec. 11, 2008—On Wed., Dec. 17, Metro Councilman Keith Durbin, Vanderbilt University and Belmont University invite the public to attend a free, educational program on blasting for construction projects on both campuses.
Dec. 1, 2008—First-year students in the "Stealing in Music City" seminar at Vanderbilt University must devise a workable system for distributing music that delivers content for a reasonable price and allows songwriters, artists and other stakeholders to get paid.
Nov. 24, 2008—An Alternative Gift Fair will be held on Friday, Dec. 5, from 3 to 6 p.m. in St. Augustine\'s Chapel at Vanderbilt University. The fair is open to the public.