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  • Amateur Hunter Stewart of the United States hits his tee shot on the 15th hole during the first round of the 114th U.S. Open at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club, Course No. 2 on June 12, 2014 in Pinehurst, North Carolina.
    Hunter Stewart ready to defend Players Amateur title at Berkeley Hall
    Hunter Stewart finished his Players Amateur contestant-amateur round Wednesday and glanced up at the Vanderbilt flag flying over the first tee at Berkeley Hall Golf Club in Bluffton, S.C., just off Hilton Head Island. The college golfer knew the...
  • LSU's Stephen Rivers, #17 in the 2013 Outback Bowl
    LSU quarterback Stephen Rivers considering a transfer to Vanderbilt
    LSU quarterback Stephen Rivers is considering transferring to Vanderbilt to be closer to home according to a news report on Saturday, March 29, 2014.Rivers made a visit to Vanderbilt and had this to say about the trip, "It's a good option...
  • Vanderbilt
    Vanderbilt will look to extend NCAA streak next year minus Foggie and Lister
    Saturday’s NCAA Tournament first round loss to Arizona State meant the end of an era for Vanderbilt, which is graduating guards Christina Foggie and Jasmine Lister, both in the top 10 of the prestigious program’s career scoring lists...
  • East Side Storytellin' 25
    New month & new year come early but right on time
    Honestly, and you know it, I can't start this post any other way. In case you didn't already know or hear from me yet, East Side Storytellin’—a bi-monthly storytelling event hosted by East Side Story owner Chuck Beard (mE) the...
  • NASH-Up
    @artobernash 2013 comes to an end with a bang!
    It always happens, at one time or another. There have been countless songs and careers made from the very thought. All good things must come to an end. I recently had a friend, who just so happens to be one of my favorite authors around, come to...
  • Jim DeMint
    Who are behind defunding Obamacare and why?
    While the President has put himself on the ropes with Syria, I read an article in the Washington Post today about Jim Demint and a band of students from Vanderbilt University rallying to defund Obamacare.Alright, who are these people and what is...
  • Ole Miss outguns Vandy
    Rebels, Commodores overshadow Gamecocks on opening night
    College football’s opening night on Aug. 29 centered around the SEC. Since the end of every college football season is about the SEC, it made perfect sense to put it front and center at the start too. But while the season’s opening...
  • Vanderbilt mansion
    Art & Antiques by Dr. Lori: Summering at the Vanderbilt mansions
    Architect and designer, Richard Morris Hunt (1827-95) believed that modern architecture should draw upon the best aspects of the past. The mixing and matching of styles became a major trend in late 19th century architecture.As the first American...
  • Stallings
    Changes For Vandy Basketball Staff?
    It appears that for the third year in a row there could be movement on the Vanderbilt basketball staff. Recently assistants King Rice and Dan Muller have left for head coaching jobs at Monmouth and Illinois State. In now appears that another...
  • Arizona St. wins big
    College football kicked off its season last night
    College football season kicked off yesterday with several games and one postponement. There were a few tight games with an early SEC game featuring #9 South Carolina’s hard fought win over Vanderbilt perhaps being the night’s biggest...
  • South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw
    No. 9 South Carolina defeats Vanderbilt to begin college football season, 17-13
    NCAA football kicked off with a SEC Eastern Division matchup between the No. 9 South Carolina Gamecocks and the Vanderbilt Commodores. The Gamecocks came out on top, defeating the Commodores 17-13.Both offenses got off to a slow start as...
  • Veto
    Haslam vetos religious freedom bill
    Governor Bill Haslam has vetoed legislation that would have forcibly ended Vanderbilt University’s so-called “all comers” policy. The Administration at Vanderbilt-as many informed Tennesseans know-enacted a so-called “all...
  • Cornelius Vanderbilt
    Cornelius Vanderbilt is considered America's first business tycoon
    Born on May 27, 1794 to a family of poor farmers located on Staten Island, Cornelius Vanderbilt was the fourth of nine children. He quit school at the age of 11 and wrote a rags-to-riches story through the use of shipping and railroads. After he...
  • Ryan Evans
    March Madness: Wisconsin survives Vanderbilt rally, 60-57
    The 4 seed Wisconsin Badger held off the 5 seed Vanderbilt Commodores and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament in East Region play on Saturday, 60-57.The Commodores struggled to score at the beginning of the game, falling behind 13-5....
  • Vanderbilt vs. Harvard
    March Madness: Vanderbilt holds off Harvard’s furious rally to win, 72-65
    The 5 seed Vanderbilt Commodores survived the upset-minded 12 seed Harvard Crimson and advanced to the third round of the NCAA Tournament in East Region play on Thursday, 72-65 .Vanderbilt hoped to ride the momentum gained from their superb...