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VUToday: Friday - October 31, 2014


Cindy Kam, professor of political science, was interviewed on KNPR (Nevada Public Radio) about the effectiveness of campaign signs.

WSMV, Channel 4, reported on the “I Am Unbeatable” exhibit currently on view at the Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery. Joseph Mella, director of the gallery, was interviewed.

WTVF, Channel 5, and WZTV, Channel 17, mentioned the Vanderbilt Poll results in a report on Amendment 1 in the upcoming election. Amendment 1 removes state Constitutional protection from abortions in Tennessee.

WTVF, Channel 5, reported on Halloween safety tips provided by doctors at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

WSMV, Channel 4, and WTVF, Channel 5, reported on groundbreaking for the new Aertson Midtown mixed-use development across the street from the Vanderbilt campus.

WKRN, Channel 2, WSMV, Channel 4, WTVF, Channel 5, and WZTV, Channel 17, reported on pretrial motions heard Wednesday by the judge in the trial of four former Vanderbilt football players charged with rape.


Green to direct Vanderbilt’s state government relations

Vanderbilt Central Library to host second Wikipedia ‘edit-a-thon’


‘White matter’ behaves differently in children with dyslexia

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