The MCL crew is busting myths, chasing rumors, and breaking codes in their new web video series Busting Dores. In this first installment Dore Buster Santana uncovers whether the infamous Rand cookie is worth the hype.
Vanderbilt’s mission is to encourage our students in inquisitive thinking and curious exploration. Our Course Catalog consists of many diverse, unique classes – but what do first-years think their most interesting classes this semester are?
Throughout the academic year, we will be documenting the lives of first year students as we tackle campus life, academic focuses, intramural sports, and extracurricular fields. In our first weeks on campus, finding students of similar backgrounds, creeds, identities, and passions can prove not only exhilarating, but exhausting. In the span of sixty seconds, tour the globe as we travel across two dozen students’ hometowns to make you feel a bit more at home at Vanderbilt University.
Take a tour of the very musical Hank residence of Andrei & Patrick
To celebrate Halloween, the MCL team visited Nashville Nightmare’s haunted houses and escape rooms. It’s a dangerous land teeming with clowns, zombies, aliens, and ghosts—Watch Kerissa, Chioma, Andrei, Lauren, and Shery face the most terrifying monsters in Nashville.
That is, if you’re brave enough.
Nashville Nightmare offers a number of haunted attractions that the MCL team highly recommends—and they’re still open for a couple more days! Check them out here: https://www.nashvillenightmare.com/blackout/
Take a tour of Kerissa’s Commons Crib in the large and lovely Hank Hotel
We know that the transition to college can be difficult, which is why we’ve compiled a list to help you get to know student around campus.
Join fellow first-year students Will, Warren, JB, and Bobby as they dish out some helpful tips for how to navigate your first week on campus. Including, but not limited to, a helpful video tutorial on lofting (or un-lofting) your bed, and the new sport of box racing.
We asked students in the Media Immersion program about their first impressions of Vanderbilt.
When you arrive on campus there’s lots of construction. Here’s what you need to know.