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July, 2017

Summer Shenanigans

Jul. 29, 2017—Here’s a look at what my summer has been like! Internship I interned at EY in Atlanta in transfer pricing. Transfer pricing is a sub-service line in tax that deals with transactions that different entities of a company have with each other, and EY’s job is to make sure that those transactions meet international tax...

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Perks of Being a Vandy Student

Jul. 29, 2017—Here is a nifty list of perks we as college students have! These are not all specific to Vandy but hey, not every college kid knows these secrets. HBO Go free!: Google search “hbo go student” and on the registration page where it says sponsor scroll down to Vanderbilt University. Amazon Student: discount on amazon prime...

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Rand Bowls: A Love Letter

Jul. 27, 2017—Oh Rand Bowls, how I have been missing you. If you are not a Vanderbilt student, or have been under a rock the whole last year, you may have never tasted the scrumptious midday treat that is a Rand Bowl. Light and healthy, it is the perfect lunch for a student on the go (or...

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Spotlight: Disabilities Awareness Partnership

Jul. 27, 2017—Being a college student is amazing, but it can also be rough sometimes, especially so if you happen to be a college student with some kind of disability. That’s why this week I wanted to talk about support systems and highlight a student org I am a part of called the Disabilities Awareness Partnership (or...

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CC: Cru!

Jul. 18, 2017—Thank you to Dara Craig, James George, and Kyler Russell for an awesome post! Especially Dara for organizing everything :) You rock

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Hindsight is 20/20

Jul. 18, 2017—I cannot believe that I am officially a senior! I still remember moving into West House three years ago, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. Now, when I look back at freshman-year Aditi, I wish I could have known a few things before beginning my college journey. Of course, hindsight is 20/20, but here’s some advice from a...

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Building Skills Outside Your Academic Comfort Zone

Jul. 17, 2017—Have you ever wondered how English majors are such great writers, how Chemistry majors understand all those reactions, or how Human & Organizational Development majors all seem to be able to ace any presentation? As a neuroscience major, I have always been insanely impressed by my friends who are majoring in the humanities. My best...

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CC: More about University Catholic!

Jul. 16, 2017—University Catholic: Open to everyone, welcoming to all!

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SAQ: Is there a Christian community at Vanderbilt?

Jul. 16, 2017—Dear Sophie, I’m an incoming freshman, and I’m wondering about the Christian community at Vanderbilt. I’ve never really been part of a youth group or bible study, so I’m not sure what to expect. What’s the Christian community like at Vanderbilt? I answered this question through this post, but I wanted to have more of...

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Connecting with Administrators

Jul. 15, 2017—Chancellor. Vice Chancellor. Provost. Dean. College is filled with administrators with titles that may sound scary and intimidating. However for anyone thinking about coming to Vanderbilt, or who is already here, I’d like to take this post to talk about how accessible the administration is, which is super cool, because it means that students like...

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