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Chancellor Nicholas Zeppos visited with Vanderbilt alumnus and American University Professor of Law Perry Wallace (center) and Vice Chancellor David Williams (left) Sept. 10 in Kirkland Hall. Wallace broke the color barrier in the Southeastern Conference as a player on Vanderbilt¹s basketball team in 1966. Read more about Wallace and his remarkable story »
Commodore Nation, Once again, it is good to be GOLD! Please join me in congratulating our Vanderbilt Commodores – the 2015 NCAA Division I Women’s Tennis Champions! This is a history-making win – the university’s first national championship in women’s tennis – for a remarkable team that has a 23-match home win streak stretching over…
Vanderbilt and I personally have lost a great friend, a sage counselor and a giant of a man whose very life served as a constant example and reminder of the exceptional good one person can do. We were privileged to have him on our campus as the founder of the First Amendment Center and were…
Congratulations on your admission to Vanderbilt! Vanderbilt is renowned for its intellectually challenging academic offerings, and it is loved by students for its sense of balance and vibrant, supportive community. On this campus, you will encounter more interesting people, lively debates, and new ideas than you thought possible. As a university community, we take great…