Leading Vanderbilt student sports journalists discuss all things related to VU sports, including season previews, game highlights, and player profiles
A musical web series about fairy tale characters in college. Season one follows Ella Cinders and friends as they try to survive college, crushes, and sabotage. Things heat up in season two when one of the University Ever After gang is kidnapped. It’s a race against the clock to find the kidnapper and save their friend before it’s too late.
The Slant TV is the satirical news show for The Slant, Vanderbilt’s Humor and Satire Publication. We said satire twice in that sentence, so hopefully you understand what this is about.
Covering the top stories in entertainment and pop culture, including new music and movies, tv shows to binge, fashion, and entertainment events happening on Vanderbilt’s campus, too.
Commodores Kitchen delivers delicious recipes that you can enjoy whether you live on or off campus. Bringing culinary delights to life, from game day foods to healthy options, you’ll enjoy what’s cooking in the Commodores Kitchen.
WRVU and VTV present Soundcheck, a video series dedicated to showcasing local and touring talent in Nashville
Third episode of the commons covers series featuring Arielle Kasnetz from New Jersey!
Professor Rattner currently holds the position of Assistant Professor of Cinema & Media Arts and Art Department at Vanderbilt University. He teaches classes in Fundamentals of Production, Documentary Workshop, 16mm Film Production and Senior Seminar. Professor Rattner often provides thoughtful perspective to enhance student works and engage students in class discussion and film critique. His class is an excellent place to learn film theories, practically make movies and explore new ideas.
Second episode of the commons covers series – featuring Noah Luna from San Antonio, Texas.
Professor Milazzo is currently an Assistant Professor of English Department at Vanderbilt University. Her in-class discussion opens up thought-provoking topics about different writers and their opinions presented in the novels. Though the class is challenging, it will definitely have an impact on students’ perspectives on certain concept in life!
As a quickly growing city, Nashville is experiencing changes in its landscape. The urban tree canopy is one of the features most affected by rapid development and anthropogenic features. In this short documentary, Vanderbilt students interview scientists and activists about the dangers facing trees, the importance of urban forests, and ways Nashville and the campus community can protect local greenery. Vanderbilt students involved in the project were: Bill Badi, Hayes Brenner, Isabelle Edmonds, Fatumata Fofana, Ethan Gibbons (grad student), Ravi Janjam (grad student), Charlotte Rowland, Daniel Shaykevich, Emily Torres, Regan Williams, Michaela Yip, and Alicia Zeng