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A Plan for All Seasons: Vanderbilt Explores Land-Use Plan That Drives Its Mission

A Plan for All Seasons: Vanderbilt Explores Land-Use Plan That Drives Its Mission

With the completion of several major projects in recent years like The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, the Student Life Center, Warren and Moore colleges—along with the new Engineering and Science Building, now nearing completion—Vice Chancellor for Administration Eric Kopstain says several factors make this is an ideal time to embark on a new land-use plan.

Creating a Masterpiece

Creating a Masterpiece

Picasso continually pushed against prevailing artistic conventions, even his own previous work, to forge new creative paths that somehow remained unmistakably his own. That same idea of building upon the past to push further into the future runs deeply through this issue of Vanderbilt Magazine.

Vanderbilt For Life: Learning and Adventure Don’t End with Graduation

Vanderbilt For Life: Learning and Adventure Don’t End with Graduation

Vanderbilt Alumni Association chapters currently exist in 37 U.S. cities and five international locations—the newest one in Japan—and offer a range of activities to help keep Vanderbilt’s 135,000 alumni connected to each other and to the university.

Edward Durell Stone’s Architectural Vision Endures

Edward Durell Stone’s Architectural Vision Endures

Much of the tranquil beauty that imbues today’s campus was engendered by architect Edward Durell Stone’s plan.