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Registering for Classes: What you need to know

May. 28, 2018—If you’re anything like I was the summer before my first year, you’re probably super excited to choose your classes for your first semester in college! [Insert wholesome words of encouragement and “the world is your oyster” like phrases here]. Now onto the good stuff! First, I would recommend getting comfortable with YES (Your Enrollment...

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Zeppos – Not Your Average Chancellor

Mar. 10, 2017—As a Vandy student, it can sometimes feel difficult and even intimidating to get engaged with the faculty. My first class at Vandy was a Microeconomics lecture with over 200 students, and I remember moments when I would want to ask a question or even just ask my professor to repeat a certain topic, and...

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Public Art at Vanderbilt

Apr. 9, 2016—Are you an artist interested in making you work public? Do you want a community that supports your creativity? You have it!

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Take Your Professor to Lunch

Mar. 23, 2016—Solving problems on campus and FREE food!

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Vanderbilt’s most popular major: HOD

Mar. 9, 2016—Projects, internships, professors, and more! A look inside Human and Organizational Development, a Vanderbilt-specific major, and one of the most popular ones on campus. Find out about the major that sets Vanderbilt apart from other schools!

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A ‘First’ Class Semester

Nov. 26, 2014—As this semester draws to a close—and before the hurricane of finals week arrives—I thought it would be a good idea to tell y'all about my classes at Vanderbilt as well as the amazing professors I have had the pleasure of learning from.

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So You Want To Be A Doctor?

May. 19, 2014—I know what you might be thinking—you and millions of others… Can it happen? Here’s how Vanderbilt has already helped to prepare its first-year students for the already daunting process of med school applications.

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My Commons Seminar: How a One-Hour Course Changed My Life

Apr. 13, 2014—An overview of Commons Seminars and my fabulous experience in one this spring.

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Guest Lecture at the Curb Center

Feb. 18, 2014—This year, the Communication Studies department moved to the Curb Center. I am not going to lie. When I first heard that my classes were neither going to be on main campus nor on commons, but rather in a totally separate location, I was pretty upset. I had no desire to walk almost a mile each way to and from class. I also feared that I would always be late for lunch plans. But, the new space is definitely worth it. In addition is new classrooms, the Communications office suite actually houses the entire department. There is also a great auditorium where the department can host speakers, which brings me to the point of this post.

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The Alexander Technique

Feb. 9, 2014—This semester, I am enrolled in a class through the Blair School of Music. Blair is in the back corner of campus, so before this semester, I had really only been inside the building once or twice. I figured there was no time like my last semester to explore a new facet of campus.

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