Vanderbilt Magazine

Vanderbilt Magazine

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Honky-Tonk Heroes and Healing Hands

Vanderbilt and Music City’s hit makers deliver perfect harmony.

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The ’Dores of Summer

How Vanderbilt played its way to college baseball’s big show.

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Martha’s Mettle

From first-year students to cancer survivors, Vanderbilt’s outgoing Board of Trust chairman has touched countless lives.

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The Week That Lasts a Lifetime

A professor’s challenge to students sparked a revolution in volunteerism.

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Not Self, But Country

Rear Adm. Nora Tyson navigates uncharted waters as the first woman to command a Navy carrier strike group.

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Shooting from the Lip

Today’s alumni continue a storied Vanderbilt tradition in sports journalism. (Cover illustration by C.F. Payne)

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Vandy in Hollywood

Opening doors in Tinseltown takes smarts, guts and, if you’re very lucky, alumni on the inside.

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Brainiacs and Heavy Hitters

Championship game and two term papers in one week? These ’Dores can deal.

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Big Ideas for a Small Planet

Saving the world, making a living, and getting by at Vanderbilt for 20 bucks a week.

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Sky’s the Limit

When lives hang in the balance at 3,000 feet, there’s no time for vertigo, no room for error.

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American Eclectic

From Philip Glass to Charles Darwin to his Harlem landlady, Daniel Bernard Roumain translates life into music.

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Natural Born Optimist

For the first time in 71 years, the man in the chancellor’s seat is one of us.

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In the Face of Destruction

Against all odds, these Holocaust survivors and refugees held fast to dreams for an education.

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Big Shoulders, Deep Pockets, Tightened Belts

Forty-five million Americans have no medical insurance - and the fallout for academic medical centers is jeopardizing the entire health-care system.

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