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‘Political Science’

Maymester 2018 Stop 1: Geneva

Jun. 12, 2018—Hello and happy summer, Inside ‘Dores readers! While spring semester at Vanderbilt ended in early May, many students took part in Maymester courses throughout the month of May to explore subjects of interest with Vanderbilt professors either on or off campus, often travelling abroad. A Maymester course is like most courses you can take during...

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My WORST college nightmare came true :(

Sep. 30, 2016—Not my proudest moment...

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Getting Involved At Vandy: The Politics Edition

Sep. 13, 2015—The following is a guest blog post by my awesome and talented friend, Caroline. Thank you for sharing your insight and perspective, Caroline! Hey guys! I’m Caroline and I’m a sophomore Public Policy Studies major from Florida. I pretty much live and breathe politics, so Aditi asked me to write about all the cool opportunities...

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Feelin’ Accomplished

Dec. 12, 2011—As of yesterday, I am officially done with my political science class (and political science in general. phew.) and my french class for this semester.

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Prevailing in Political Science

Oct. 5, 2011—Fall break is so close!  I know everyone’s stressing out about papers and exams and projects and presentations and an array of other types of anxiety-inducing events that our professors dish out to see what we’ve learned so far.  As of 10 AM this morning, I have only one more midterm to go: a beast...

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Aug. 24, 2011—Choosing what classes to take is always hard- there are so many amazing ones. But what I have decided is to major in Human and Organizational Development, in the Leadership track, and double minor in Spanish and Political Science. I transferred to Peabody College last semester, from the College of Arts and Science, so I...

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