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Emeritus Golf Coach Mason Rudolph Dies

Emeritus Golf Coach Mason Rudolph Dies

Former professional golfer and Vanderbilt coach Mason Rudolph died April 18, 2011. He had been an integral part of the Vanderbilt golf program since 1992, having spent five years as head coach of the men’s program before being named director of golf. In 2002 his title was amended to directorRead More

The Magic Table

The Magic Table

Not all Vanderbilt coaches are on the sidelines during games, calling plays and devising strategies. Some, like Majid “Magic” Noori, stay behind the scenes, but their jobs are no less important. As Vanderbilt’s food coach, Noori is in charge of the Training Table, the university’s nationally known athletic dining facility.Read More

Sports Roundup

Sports Roundup

Baseball Preseason Honors Bode Well for Season Men’s Tennis Players Earn All-SEC, Rookie of the Year Honors Sophomore Ryan Lipman and senior Adam Baker, BA’11, were selected to the 2011 All-SEC team. Lipman was named to the first team for the second consecutive year, and Baker was named to theRead More

Service Learning Comes of Age

Service Learning Comes of Age

On a chilly Friday night last November, the area underneath the wide expanse of the Jefferson Street Bridge in downtown Nashville became a scene of rare opportunity for the city’s homeless.

The Week That Lasts a Lifetime

The Week That Lasts a Lifetime

Kristen Keely-Dinger, BS’98, remembers March snow falling on the streets of New York, the sounds of babies crying and people screaming, and the stench of urine in the housing projects as she carried hot meals up flight after flight of stairs. As a Vanderbilt sophomore who had signed up forRead More