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Kito Huggins (Vanderbilt University/Joe Howell)

‘Promise and Potential’: Q&A with Kito Huggins, BS’96, JD’99

Huggins, a former student government president and Posse Scholar, continues to drum up enthusiasm for Vanderbilt nearly 30 years after arriving on campus.

Welcomed Change: Shirley M. Collado, BS’94, is transforming Ithaca College—and higher education—in her new role as president

Welcomed Change: Shirley M. Collado, BS’94, is transforming Ithaca College—and higher education—in her new role as president

Collado represents a distinct departure from earlier presidents at Ithaca. For one, she is the first person of color to head the college—in fact, she is the first Dominican–American in the history of higher education to lead any four-year institution.

For Erica Santiago,  It’s Good to Be G.O.L.D.

For Erica Santiago, It’s Good to Be G.O.L.D.

Growing up in Staten Island, New York, Erica Santiago, BS’10, never dreamed of being able to attend Vanderbilt. A four-year, full-tuition Posse Scholarship she received through Vanderbilt’s partnership with the Posse Foundation changed that.

First In: First-Generation College Graduates Share Their Stories

First In: First-Generation College Graduates Share Their Stories

Vanderbilt Magazine spoke to several members of the Commodore community about their experiences as the first in their families to graduate from college. Here are the stories they shared.