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Please join the members of the Tau Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi and the Vanderbilt community Monday, March 30, for a walk in silence to enhance Holocaust awareness and eradicate anti-Semitism. The walk is intended as an expression of solidarity and support following a vandalism incident on the Vanderbilt campus in which three swastikas were...... KEEP READING
As the 36th round of the Holocaust Lecture Series draws to a close, we are thoughtful, wiser and pleased to have hosted such wonderful and thought provoking speakers and films. Beginning with the newly translated art installation of Justes de l’Isere from the Museum of Resistance and Deportation of Isere, the 8 panel collage of...... KEEP READING
The 2013 Holocaust Lecture Series is in full swing and the events thus far have been wonderful. With nine events in total, the series has a variety of events and focuses on a range of topics all under this year’s theme of “Neighbors”. Four events have taken place thus far and we have 5 more...... KEEP READING
As the fall semester of 2013 has come quickly upon us, we are already approaching the time for the 36th Annual installment of the Holocaust Lecture Series. Vanderbilt is proud to have the longest running lecture series dealing with the holocaust in the United States for a university and is pleased to share the upcoming...... KEEP READING