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This event, for two hours on Friday night, marks the first night of the Blair Salon Series, a program successfully piloted last year. Around 30 people gathered at Dean Wcislo's house––performers, professors, and students from every college––for an evening of chamber music. The music was centered on fairy tales, partly as foreshadowing for the upcoming production of "Into the Woods" by Vanderbilt Opera, and partly as celebration of quirky, wonderful feats of imagination.
Having recently survived my first Biology exam without any apparent physical damage (although amino acid formulas still haunt me in my sleep lol), and I think one of the many reasons this exam was manageable, even though Professor Stubbs exams are usually challenging, is that I made it fun! You see, Stevenson Center WILL be...
At least once a month, Dean Wisclo, the Dean of the Commons who literally lives on the Commons, hosts "Dinner at the Dean's Residence." My friend Matt Lammers, a violinist, thought, why not bring Blair to the Commons? Here's his take on founding an initiative called the "Blair Salon Series":
If you've been accepted to Vanderbilt and still find yourself frantically struggling to decide where to spend the next four years of your life as May 1st approaches with the speed of a cheetah, I know how you're feeling.
In one week, I will be done with Sophomore year and done with half my college career. (assuming I don’t choose to take a victory year). It’s unbelievable how fast this year especially flew up. Only yesterday does it feel like the summer had just ended and I was preparing for my 2nd year at...
Part 2 of my Registering from Abroad guide. How does registering for courses work when you're abroad? Pretty much the same as if you're in Nashville. And when choosing a university, it's important to remember even the little things like an easy to navigate enrollment process.
At the beginning of this semester I had no idea that I would be stepping out of my comfort zone and into one of the most intimidating academic settings I could've possibly imagined, but now I couldn't imagine spending my Tuesday and Thursday afternoons any other way.
Posted by Priyanka Aribindi on April 1, 2013 in Academics, College Life, Freshman Life, Professors, AXLE, AXLE requirements, comfort zone, cross-listed courses, divinity school, garland hall, graduate school, graduate students, great classes, International Cultures, religious studies, undeclared, undergraduate student