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Introducing New Bloggers! 2018-19 edition

Nov. 26, 2018—We just finished our recruitment season for Inside ‘Dores this semester, and we are so excited to introduce some of our newest bloggers to you! Here are 8 of our freshest faces on the blog!: Monica Liu Hometown: Short Hills, NJ Class of: 2021 Major/Minor: HOD with minors in English and Computer Science Favorite On-Campus Activity: Eating...

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Introducing FirstVU

Oct. 1, 2018—Are you a first generation college student? Being a first generation college student encompasses many things, it does not necessarily follow a strict definition. This umbrella term can apply to you in many ways like these: being the first in your family to attend any college (like Anarius) being the first in your family to...

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CC: Asian-American Christian Fellowship (AACF)!

Jul. 15, 2017—"AACF became a comfortable place for me to start exploring faith."

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Mayfields and Immigration

Apr. 4, 2016—The biggest accomplishment this week: I have secured housing for next year! This is just one of many steps I've been taking to prepare myself for my next year.

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Choirs and Culture

Mar. 19, 2016—Some weekends are more involved than others, but this one? Singing, pancakes, enormous essays, and throngs of prospective students? Oh Vanderbilt, I never tire of what you send my way.

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Vandy’s Golden Ticket: New Friends in New Locales

Oct. 4, 2015—New friends, new cultures, and a magical portal to Mexico City? Just another incredible day at Vandy.

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Blurring the Color Lines

Nov. 10, 2014—Do you prefer to date within or outside of your race––or do you care at all? Why? These were the questions posed to panelists at this evening’s event, “Blurring the Color Lines,” presented by NAACP and co-sponsored by the Caribbean Student Association and the Department of African-American & Diaspora Studies at Vanderbilt. I wanted to...

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EVOLVE is Present Tense

Oct. 24, 2014—After eight weeks, EVOLVE has come to an end. We've explored ACCESS and accomplished the following goals: Examine and describe personal leadership style; develop relationships with peers through cluster and 1:1 meetings; identify, explore, and apply personal strengths; apply Leadership Excellence Philosophy to our Vanderbilt experience.

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Ethical, Service-Oriented, and Supportive Leadership

Oct. 23, 2014—The first three sessions of EVOLVE covered accountability, collaboration, and communication, and the last three session of EVOLVE covered ethics and values, servant leadership, and identity and inclusivity. A Leader is Ethical Ethics, which we defined as standards of conduct based on socially-accepted values, are necessary to promote productive functioning and well-being of groups/societies (OSLD)....

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This is it!!

May. 8, 2014—THE day is here. It’s really weird to think that those chairs set up on alumni lawn are for MY class’ graduation. But that is the reality. Man, these past four years have FLOWN by. There have even been moments during this final semester when I would walk through campus and be oddly reminded of...

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