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VUToday: Saturday - April 19, 2014

VU ON THE AIR

Al Jazeera America aired a report about the Sense Theatre program at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center. Blythe Corbett, associate professor of psychiatry, was interviewed.

WAFB (Baton Rouge, La.) reported on research by Ph.D. student Robert Reinhart and Geoffrey Woodman, assistant professor of psychology, showing that it is possible to improve learning by applying a mild electrical stimulus to the brain.

WZTV, Channel 17, reported that prosecutors in the rape case against former football player Brandon Vandenberg have responded in court to the defense’s allegations of misconduct.

WSMV, Channel 4, read a statement by Beth Fortune, vice chancellor for public affairs, in response to an opinion piece by The Hustler’s editor-in-chief, senior Andre Rouillard, condemning online attacks of a female student who reported she had been assaulted at a Vanderbilt fraternity. Rouillard is quoted.

VU ON THE FIELD

Vanderbilt may change weekend rotation

VU PRESS RELEASES

Two new Vanderbilt Divinity hires help guide students

Alumni Association honors John Geer for educational contributions

RESEARCH NEWS @ VANDERBILT

Sporting latest tech toy can make you seem more like a leader

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