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Brent Cobb performs in Fort Collins and Denver

Grammy nominated musician Brent Cobb will perform two shows in Colorado next week: Thursday, May 24 at The Armory in Fort Collins and Friday, May 25 at Globe Hall in Denver.   Cobb will showcase song…
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Save the date: Vanderbilt Family Night with the Nashville Symphony June 7

The 2018 Vanderbilt Family Night with the Nashville Symphony is Thursday, June 7. Family activities begin at 5 p.m., with the performance at 7:30.
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Limited submission opportunity: Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust grants

The Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust welcomes inquiries from organizations seeking funding for projects that meet its funding interests in ornamental horticulture. Vanderbilt may submit one applicat…
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Limited submission opportunity: AmerisourceBergen Opioid Resource Grant Program

Vanderbilt University may submit one application to the AmerisourceBergen Opioid Resource Grant Program.
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VUToday: Tennessee voter poll and youth suicide research in weekly roundup of VU news

The Vanderbilt University Division of Communications publishes “VUToday,” a compilation of Vanderbilt mentions in the media, three times per week. Read a selection of Vanderbilt news stories for the …
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Vice Chancellor Ertel discusses newly formed Division of Communications at May USAC meeting

The University Staff Advisory Council (USAC) welcomed Vice Chancellor for Communications Steve Ertel as speaker at its May meeting. Last year Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos identified the need to pull…
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Iconic Nashville restaurateur on why he's still at it: 'My boss won't let me retire'

The day we came to visit, David Swett was installing a new pot-washer. It's the latest and greatest system, Swett said, using continual agitation to rid his restaurant's kitchenware of the remnants…
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Why the Supreme Court may have helped this Nashville startup cash in

Chalkline Sports got an early birthday present Monday, when the Supreme Court reversed a 1992 federal law banning sports betting.
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TSU Part of History: Four Alums Who Met at Tennessee State University 30 Years Ago to Attend Royal Wedding in the U.K.

Courtesy: CBS This Morning LONDON (TSU News Service) – Almost 3 billion people around the world are expected to tune in to watch the royal wedding on Saturday. More than 100,000 people will gathe…
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What the candidates for mayor think Nashville should do next for transit

Nashville's multibillion-dollar transit plan flopped at the ballot box, leaving many wondering what comes next. In the wake of the plan's failure, business leaders are looking for a new vision to ra…
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Working the Room: Time for a spring fling

Working the Room features business and networking photos from across Nashville. Today's edition, available in the slideshow with this story, features Cumberland Pharmaceuticals' biannual National Awa…
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Trump to hold another Nashville rally

President Donald Trump will host another Nashville rally later this month. Politico reports that Trump will hold the rally May 29, the same day he is headlining a fundraiser for U.S. Rep. Marsha Bla…
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Consumers focus on food types, not portions, when it comes to perceived healthiness

New research from Vanderbilt University finds that consumers lose sight of caloric intake when they think they’re eating healthy foods.
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Shaping reward circuits

Using techniques to control and monitor the activities of individual neurons, Vanderbilt investigators are probing the brain’s reward circuitry.
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Prospect of a hotel emerges for Wedgewood-Houston development

The project is the second in Nashville for the Chicago developer, following its debut, which was the luxury Thompson Hotel in the Gulch.
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