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Chancellor’s Letter: Town and Gown

I often say that Vanderbilt is in its strongest position ever within our nearly 150 years as an institution. While this momentum is the result of many university initiatives—from working to find the most talented and globally diverse students in the university’s history to breaking new ground in the humanities and sciences through bold, trans-institutional research—our success is also intertwined with that of our city and region.

Five Steps to Building Your Career Network through the VUconnect Online Community

Five Steps to Building Your Career Network through the VUconnect Online Community

Vanderbilt alumni form a robust, global network of more than 145,000 Commodores. The VUconnect online community gives you easy tools to start building and growing professional relationships with fellow alumni anywhere in just five steps.

Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos (left) and Vanderbilt University Board of Trust Chairman Bruce Evans (right) present Hart with the 2018 Distinguished Alumnus Award. (Vanderbilt University/Anne Rayner)

Top Tribute: H. Rodes Hart named Vanderbilt Distinguished Alumnus

The Vanderbilt Alumni Association has named H. Rodes Hart, BA’54, the recipient of the 2018 Vanderbilt University Distinguished Alumnus Award.

NBC and MSNBC news anchor Willie Geist, BA’97 (center) poses with fans at the tailgate.

Vandy Fans Descend in Force on Notre Dame

More than 5,000 Vanderbilt alumni and friends traveled from destinations around the country for an unforgettable weekend centered on the Vanderbilt vs. Notre Dame football game Sept. 15 in South Bend, Indiana. The festivities began when 400 fans took in a Friday afternoon Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field, andRead More

Recent Books, Fall 2017

Recent Books, Fall 2017

Rocky Boyer’s War: An Unvarnished History of the Air Blitz that Won the War in the Southwest Pacific (2017, Naval Institute Press) by Allen D. Boyer, BA’78 In Rocky Boyer’s War, Allen Boyer offers a wry, keen-eyed, and occasionally disgruntled counterpoint history of the hard-fought, brilliant campaign that won WorldRead More