Jan. 13, 2010—Ridley Wills II’s recently donated his collection of Vanderbilt and Peabody postcards, including those featured here, to the library. Pictured are just a few his collection of about 26,000 Tennessee postcards.
Jan. 13, 2010—Vanderbilt’s libraries are part of a citywide, months-long artistic exploration of the lively, provoking and distinctly American writer Mark Twain. The “Twain & Twang” celebration kicked off downtown in the fall and continues through June.
Jun. 19, 2009—At Vanderbilt University, college students—the group most targeted by the recording industry for prosecution for illegal downloading—are proposing solutions instead of adding to the problem.
Jun. 19, 2009—Two other teammates had read the novel Redeeming Love when they sent it Christina Wirth's way after her freshman year. The fictional work by Francine Rivers turned out to be a page-turner that dramatized religious truth like no novel Wirth had encountered before.
Jun. 19, 2009—Vanderbilt Provost Richard McCarty turns to fiction only rarely, usually as a relaxing mental escape. But he miscalculated when he picked up A Thousand Splendid Suns.