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Posted by David Lazo on December 29, 2014 in Balance, Be a Vandy Blogger, College Rankings, College of Arts and Science, Freshman Commons, Housing, Know Your City, Living on Campus, Nashville, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, School of Engineering, Student Life, Vanderbilt Blogs, Vandy Athletics, Visit Vanderbilt, Visiting Vanderbilt, Asia, College World Series, Happy, inside dores, LASIR, Moore College, Mrs. Doubtfire, music city, Nashville, Princeton Review, Recreation and wellness center, Warren College
Moving away for college is a major life transitions for everyone. Admissions counselors David Lazo and Annalise Miyashiro share two perspectives on moving across the country to Nashville and Vanderbilt University.
Posted by David Lazo on August 22, 2014 in Advice for Parents, Commons, Freshman Commons, Housing, Living on Campus, Nashville, Preparing for College, move-in, admissions counselor, aloha spirit, college, Diversity, goodbyes, Hawaii, home, Nashville, northern California, opportunities, opportunity, Parents, Research, San Francisco, southern charm, thrive, transitions, Vanderbilt community
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on January 22, 2014 in Balance, Living on Campus, Student Life, Uncategorized, alpha phi alpha, art exhibits, Basketball, Blair School of Music, calendar, country music hall of fame, healthcare, international lens, jr. day, martin luther king, Masala-SACE, MLK Day, Mock Trial, opening 'dores, spoken word, student organizationa, Tennis, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, university calendar, Visiting Writers Series, women's track, World On Wednesdays, wringling bros.
From haute cuisine to the food truck scene, Nashville has a thriving culinary community. But at Vanderbilt you don’t have to go off campus to get great food. Jay takes a taste of campus dining options for you this week.
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on November 15, 2012 in Housing, Living on Campus, Scholarships and Financial Aid, Uncategorized, applying, athletics, board of trust, civil rights, college halls, divinity school, elizabeth boddie elliston, Financial Aid, grantland, henry grantland rice, kelly miller smith, max ludwig henning delbruck, merit scholarships, nobel prize, philanthropy, physics, poetry, Research, robert penn warren, school of medicine, stanford moore, the fugitives, vanderbilt aid society
Once again, Move-In Day (one of our favorite VU traditions) proved to be a great success, welcoming our newest 'Dores to campus in one fast-paced, exciting morning. Watch the video in this post to see it all go down.
As a Vanderbilt admissions counselor, I speak to a number of students and families on a weekly basis who are in different stages of the college search process. Over the course of the year, several of the same questions tend to pop up: What are Vanderbilt’s financial aid policies? Will I be able to live...
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on June 14, 2012 in Commons, Housing, Living on Campus, Uncategorized, Alumni Hall, Barnes and Noble, Calhoun Hall, Center for Second Language Studies, College Halls at Vanderbilt, construction, Dudley Field, Furman Hall, internships, Kissam Quadrangle, Medicine Health and Society, Memorial Gymnasium, Neely Auditorium, Rand Dining Hall, Sarratt Student Center, Student Organizations, Study Abroad, Summer, The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, Vanderbilt Bookstore, Writing Studio
Posted by Ryan Burleson on May 23, 2012 in Academic Life, Community Service, Freshman Commons, Living on Campus, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, Preparing for College, 2012 London Olympics, huffington post, Leslie Schichtel, teach twice, Trevor Burbank, Vanderbilt Class of 2012, vanderbilt class of 2016, Vanderbilt Phi Beta Kappa
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on May 9, 2012 in Balance, Commons, Community Service, Freshman Commons, Housing, Living on Campus, Student Life, Uncategorized, Commons Carnival, Commons Cup, Community Service, Competition, Division I Athletics, Energy Conservation, GPA, Greg Barz, Harry Potter, Heads of House, Honor Code, House Cup, Intramurals, martha rivers ingram commons, mechanical bull, North House, Sustainability
Posted by Carolyn Pippen on April 27, 2012 in Academic Life, Commons, General Information, Human and Organizational Development, Living on Campus, Nashville, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, admissions counselors, Diversity, Hillsboro Village, Human and Organizational Development, Ingram Commons Center, Kiersten Chresfield, Marketing, martha rivers ingram commons, Nashville, peabody college, Posse Foundation, Tanzania, the south, Vanderbilt Summer Academy, Wildhorse Saloon, Zanzibar