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Send us yo questions (yo)

Jun. 23, 2017—Email your questions about anything, because we know it all (obviously). :) Even if we don't, we can always find someone who does.

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Lessons Learned: Young Alumni Trustee

May. 2, 2014—Early Saturday morning, the Young Alumni Trustee Nominating Committee adjoined to select the top three senior candidates who would be put up for election to be the next YAT representative. If selected, this YAT would be a full Board of Trust member for the next four years. This post is dedicated to prospective students with the hope of encouraging your future success at Vanderbilt.

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Hanging Out with the SEC

Jan. 22, 2013—The title of this post might lead you to think that I am about to tell you something about sports. Well, my friend, I must inform you that you are unfortunately incorrect, because though the SEC is a classification typically associated with sports, this weekend consisted of my journey to another SEC school to meet with students from other BCMs (Baptist Collegiate Ministries).

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The Writing Studio

Apr. 11, 2012—As a student in the College of Arts and Science, I am required to complete at least three writing based courses throughout my four years at Vanderbilt. One of these requirements is a First Year Writing Seminar. It might sound boring, but the topics are actually very interesting (For example, my class is about Disney!)....

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IMPACT 2012

Mar. 21, 2012—Each year, Vanderbilt Programming Board hosts several distinguished speakers at its IMPACT Symposium to give lectures on consecutive nights about a variety of political topics. In the past, speakers have included Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Strom Thurmond, and Robert F. Kennedy (just to give a sample of the many prestigious guests). This year, I...

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Impact 2011 Bridging the Gap: America’s Middle Class

Mar. 23, 2011—Every year in the spring, Vanderbilt Programming Board (VPB) organizes a symposium called Impact that features very notable figures from across the United States and abroad. Previous Impact speakers have included Margaret Thatcher and George Wallace. This two day long symposium deals with media affecting the middle class and the policy concerning the middle class....

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I Did What? Kairos Global Summit Blows My Mind.

Mar. 2, 2011—It is really amazing what opportunities you are afforded while attending a top tier university. I say this because of the weekend I just experienced. In short, I attended the Kairos Society Global Summit in NYC, so let me explain how I got this chance, and of course what that means.

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