Later this month, Emilie Townes will step down as dean of the Vanderbilt University Divinity School. She joins us to reflect on her legacy, and how the Divinity School has changed with Nashville over the past decade.
Bill and Hillary Clinton, Pete Buttigieg denounce attacks on LGBTQ community while in Nashville for Clinton Global Initiative U conference
Vanderbilt hosted the Clintons at the first in-person Clinton Global Initiative University conference since the pandemic. The former first couple shared advice and ideas on how to tackle world problems with the more than 700 students in attendance throughout the weekend.
One Nashville borrower on what Biden’s student debt forgiveness means for her
Tennesseans carry more than $30 billion in student loan debt. But President Biden’s forgiveness plan announced Wednesday will make a dent in that figure.
First images from NASA’s James Webb Telescope will be shared with researchers and students in Middle Tennessee
The images will be of particular interest to a team of researchers and students from Vanderbilt, Fisk University and Tennessee State University, who will be analyzing them alongside NASA scientists.
As Vanderbilt’s Asian American population grows, students say it’s time for campus to be more inclusive
Vanderbilt offers African American studies and Latino studies, but when it comes to classes on the Asian American experience, the university has fallen short, students say.
Ex-Vanderbilt nurse found guilty of a lesser charge in patient death case
A jury found the former nurse on trial for the death of a patient due to a drug mix-up guilty of criminally negligent homicide. Prosecutors had charged RaDonda Vaught with reckless homicide, which carries more potential jail time.
Vanderbilt students, city officials show support for Ukraine with protest and prayer
Nashville residents are gathering to show their support for the Ukraine this week, after Russia recently invaded the country to expand its power.
COVID Ends Vandy Women’s Basketball Season
After just eight games, the Vanderbilt women’s basketball season is over. A statement from the university says the remainder of the season will be cancelled due to a combination of COVID-19 related circumstances, opt-outs and injuries.