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January 26, 2015 | Volume 23 | Issue 18
Campus Meetings with Office for Civil Rights
Representatives from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights will be on campus this week.
2015 Summer Conference & Event Coordinator
2015 Summer Conference & Event Coordinator applications are now available online!
Global China Connection
Saturday, February 7th, Global China Connection’s Vanderbilt chapter will be hosting a joint conference with Ole Miss concerning topics such as China’s geopolitical and socioeconomic situations. The event is free and open to all!
Leaders Heart Lunch
Sing ups for LHL sessions are now open!
The deadline to apply is Jan. 30th.
Own Graduate School of Management Info Session
Come learn more and talk with current students, alumni, and admissions counselors.
International Lens Film Series
Check out this week’s films!
Recreation and Wellness
The deadline for the Biggest Winner is Jan. 26th! Also check out the new classes being offered!
Man Up?: Masculinity and Popular Culture
An evening with Jeffrey Bucholtz, Director of We End Violence.
OUT in Front LGBTQIA+ & Ally College Conference
The conference will be Saturday, February 21st in the Vanderbilt University Sarratt/Rand Student Center.
Blair School of Music Spring 2015 Concerts
Check out the Spring 2015 concert calendar!
The Magnolia Awards
Applications and nominations for the Magnolia Awards are now open! Deadline is Friday, February 13th.
All are invited to this celebration of the creative energies of the McGillites! Come by Sarratt Promenade Thursday, Jan. 29th from 5:30pm-7:30pm.
Want to be brilliant in bed?
Ready, Set, Best. Sex. Ever! Bone up on your boning basics with this comprehensive workshop, great for everyone from sexual novices to full-blown sexperts.
Check out the outdoor adventure trips happening this February!
World on Wednesdays
This week’s WOW event is presented by LGBTQI Life Speak OUT Panelists.
McTyeire Fireside Chat
The Fireside Chat is presented by Hanna Roman, Assistant Professor of French and Italian. We will explore how European scholars of the 17th and 18th centuries viewed, understood, and categorized the natural world.
The humane dispersal of roosting crows will begin on Tuesday.
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