Mar. 2, 2012—OK, let’s just admit here at the beginning that some of these questions aren’t exactly frequently asked. But asking them (and answering them) here has a purpose. That purpose is about something that is sometimes called “institutional memory.” It’s that set of facts, tales and beliefs that defines any collection of people. The collective memory...
Mar. 2, 2012—And you may find yourself standing in the middle of a canyon of medical buildings stretching three city blocks, and you may ask yourself, “How did we get here?” Vanderbilt University Medical Center moved to the main campus in 1925, and has been building ever since. A handy history of the major construction at VUMC since Medical Center North was new.
Mar. 2, 2012—Stories behind the winning pet photos There were great stories behind the winning photographs in this year’s House Organ Pet Poll, the University tradition and annual exercise in democracy that elects Vanderbilt’s Dog of the Year, Cat of the Year and Group or Duo of the Year. More 7,600 votes poured in for the nominees...
Mar. 2, 2012—Who was Rudolph Light? Or L.C. Langford, Kim Dayani or Bill Wilkerson? This is the place to learn the stories behind the names you see on the buildings around the Medical Center.
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