Monthly Archives: July 2011

Yoda’s legend revealed

by Carole Bartoo If you didn’t hear or didn’t know that a portrait of Yoda was hanging in the prestigious lecture room in 208 Light Hall, you missed what might have been the best prank in recent memory at Vanderbilt … Continue reading

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Remembering Her Husband’s Smile

by Wayne Wood Eileen Johnson is a soft-spoken fourth-grade teacher who just lost the love of her life, and she wanted to talk about him. She knocked at my door one recent afternoon, introduced herself, and said that she had … Continue reading

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Meet Jordyn…

By Christina Echegaray Eight weeks ago, Jordyn Fletcher was clinging to life. Jordyn, 4, had been playing outside at a friend’s house near where she lived in Chapmansboro, Tenn. Her dad, Joey Fletcher, told her and her 3-year-old brother, Jackson, … Continue reading

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Neonatal Transport Heroes

by Jeremy Rush Check out WSMV Channel 4′s great profile on the Neonatal Transport Team at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.   They travel by air or land to help stabilize and transport critically ill infants. http://www.wsmv.com/story/15022262/neonatal-team

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U2, as Seen by Joe Howell

by Wayne Wood Joe Howell, who works in Creative Services at Vanderbilt, is a great photographer. Here‘s his gallery from the July 2 U2 concert in Nashville.

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