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#Blessed

Nov. 28, 2014—A brief post detailing why I am so thankful during this lovely week of Thanksgiving. Hint: most of it is Vanderbilt. Also, please note that I do not liberally use hashtags. Thanks.

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A Vanderbilt Thanksgiving

Nov. 25, 2014—An international student's Thanksgiving adventures at Vanderbilt.

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Visions: My First Vanderbilt Family

Nov. 17, 2014—Visions: A tradition I am going to miss.

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A Not-Quite-Winter Wonderland

Nov. 17, 2014—I’ve been at Vanderbilt for just over three months now, and some pretty cool things have happened. I made some great friends, learned a lot from my awesome classes, and even saw Bill Nye. But all of that pales in comparison to what happened today. Yes, lovely Inside Dores readers. Today, it snowed. I had...

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#VandyVegetarian

Nov. 9, 2014—I present to you the alphabet of vegetarian campus dining! After having been around the block a few times (ie. West End, 21st, Hillsboro Village) and all over campus, I’ve compiled this list of my favorite dishes at various locations. Everything can be bought on the meal plan as a meal swipe or with Meal...

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Why You Should Add Vanderbilt to Your College List

Nov. 9, 2014—If you’re currently a high school senior, and you’re anything like me, the list of colleges you’re applying to is still in flux, and probably will be up until the very last day before apps are due. You’ve probably been looking forward to going to college for some time now, and it’s crazy to imagine...

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A Tale of Two Roomies

Oct. 26, 2014—Some reasons why you're missing the perfect (or perfectly tolerable) roommate that you might not have even realized you needed here at Vanderbilt.

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North Sweet North

Oct. 3, 2014—Why hello new friends! Welcome to my first ever blog post!

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Media Immersion 2014

Sep. 28, 2014—Three days before all the First Years arrived, roughly 30 freshmen moved in to participate in Media Immersion 2014 for days packed with radio, television, photography, music recording and nonfiction writing. What they didn't expect was all the memories they made in just 72 hours.

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Breaking the Ice

Sep. 21, 2014—It is due to people as inspiring as Frank Wcislo, Dean of the Ingram Commons, that the Commodores are the happiest undergraduates in America. This is my journey from Bangladesh to Nashville.

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