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6 hrs ago | The Tennessean
The Nashville Health Care Council has revealed the names of the group's new health care Fellows for 2014.
10 hrs ago | Patch.com
Eric Simonelli of Lynnfield , a junior at Boston College High School, a member of the school's Model United Nations Club, traveled to Nashville, Tenn for a three day conference at Vanderbilt University.
In spite of the nation's health experts insisting that measles remains preventable and "eminently eliminatable," the United States is experiencing a spike in the disease, with more than 98 percent of the patients unvaccinated.
On her way to one of her first college classes this August, Laney Overton walked past towering coils of barbed wire and stepped through a metal detector.
Dr. Ken Paulson, President of the First Amendment Center, delivers his keynote speech during the First Amendment Celebration at Fresno State's Satellite Student Union, Friday morning, December 6, 2013.
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - NASA researchers at Huntsville's Marshall Space Flight Center have seen something new on the sun that may answer a science riddle dating back to Galileo.
Gee accepted and was approved as president of West Virginia University Friday, making WVU the second school where Gee has served two terms as university leader.
You're driving and after several miles you question if you even braked for that stop sign behind you.
A change that requires candidates for Maury County elected offices to declare their political affiliation will also change the dynamics of campaigning and the focus of voters, observers say.
A hearing involving a California man charged with tampering with evidence in the Vanderbilt rape investigation was postponed until Jan. 9. Miles Finley, 20, of Bermuda Dunes, Calif., is charged alongside Joseph Quinzio, 20, of Palm Desert, Calif., with tampering with evidence in the case.
Graduate students at Vanderbilt University are wading into one of Metro schools' mostly politically charged questions: Do Nashville's charter schools really see more students leave before end-of-year testing than other public schools? And if they do, why is that? Comparing student attrition among Metro's charters, magnet and zoned schools will be ... (more)
That is the conclusion of a study conducted by a team of cognitive psychologists at Vanderbilt and Kobe Universities.
Some Franklin High School seniors are turning their knowledge of the Cold War into a special event for the community with a retrospective symposium Thursday night at the school.