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The Tennessean: Vanderbilt’s $600 million capital project to change the face of West End Avenue
Chancellor Nicholas Zeppos is quoted discussing the changes coming to West End with the arrival of Vanderbilt’s new residential collegesNashville Business Journal featured a related piece.

CNBC: Flu’s price tag: This season could cost employers more than $9 billion
William Schaffner, professor of preventive medicine, advises how the workforce should approach this flu season. CBS and Buzzfeed featured related articles.

Channel 4:  Vanderbilt students develop technology for the disabled
Vanderbilt held its first annual TOM Makeathon this weekend that included teams of Vanderbilt engineering students who worked on developing technology for the disabled. The Tennessean featured a related piece in which Kevin Galloway, director of making, is quoted.

Los Angeles Times: Architecture Spotlight: Tudor Revival a European fantasy fit for the Dream Factory
The Tudor Home, a book written by Kevin Murphy, professor of history of art, was spotlighted in the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune.

SFGate: The Second City expands comedy classes for teens with autism
Blythe Corbett
, associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, is quoted on how improv can benefit those with autism spectrum disorder.

Nashville Scene: Winter Arts Preview: Those Were the Days
Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery’s
 Andy Warhol and Black Mountain College exhibits are considered must-sees. The Tennessean featured a related piece.

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