Seasons Greetings: Polly Cook’s mural attests to the rhythms of campus

Seasons Greetings: Polly Cook’s mural attests to the rhythms of campus

Come sun, rain or snow, one of the best places on Vanderbilt’s campus to find shelter is under Calhoun Hall’s stone portico, facing out toward the law and business schools. This refuge is also home to a mural of campus life, Seasonal Cycles, created in ceramic tiles by Nashville nativeRead More

Seasons Greetings: Polly Cook’s mural attests to the rhythms of campus

Seasons Greetings: Polly Cook’s mural attests to the rhythms of campus

Come sun, rain or snow, one of the best places on Vanderbilt’s campus to find shelter is under Calhoun Hall’s stone portico, facing out toward the law and business schools. This refuge is also home to a mural of campus life, Seasonal Cycles, created in ceramic tiles by Nashville nativeRead More

 

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Chancellor’s Letter: Collaborative Innovation

Chancellor’s Letter: Collaborative Innovation

Every single member of our diverse community, from the oldest alumni to the newest admitted students, contributes a vital part to our core mission. We are united by a distinct set of values. That’s why we are a university, not a poly-versity. We stand together. We are one Vanderbilt.

Global Ambassa’Dore: Q&A with Patti White, BA’76, on raising Vanderbilt’s profile abroad

Global Ambassa’Dore: Q&A with Patti White, BA’76, on raising Vanderbilt’s profile abroad

Patti Early White, BA’76, and her husband, George White, have established the Early–White International Scholarship to provide need-based support to undergraduate international students who are from the U.K. or European Union member countries and enrolled in the College of Arts and Science.

In this undated photo, members of Equitable Securities Corp. gather in front of the company’s Nashville office. The picture is among the items collected by J. Dewey Daane.

The Bank That Built the Owen School: A small but mighty Nashville investment bank played a vital role in founding Vanderbilt’s business school

Equitable Securities Corp., a municipal bonds dealer founded in Nashville during the Great Depression, helped launch what eventually became Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management.

Vanderbilt Head Athletic Trainer Tom “Boz” Bossung, left, and Lindsy McLean visit the athletic training room that was supported through McLean’s bequest. (Vanderbilt University/John Russell)

Unsung Heroes: Gift recognizes efforts of Vanderbilt athletic trainers working ‘behind the scenes’

Lindsy McLean’s bequest, allocated in two parts to the Department of Athletics, ensures that future athletic trainers are given every opportunity to succeed.

Student Army Training Corps members in line near Kirkland Hall, c. 1917–18 (Vanderbilt Special Collections and University Archives)

Vandy Goes to War

Vandy Goes to War, an exhibition highlighting the dramatic effects of two world wars on Vanderbilt’s campus, are on display in the Central Library lobby through Oct. 16, Reunion and Homecoming Weekend.