Monday, April 29, 2013

Virtual Vanderbilt

Planning to come to our Reunion this fall? I sure hope so.

Has it been awhile since you've been back on campus?

Are you wondering how you'll know your way around 40 years after you graduated?

And what about those of us who still live in Nashville or who visit  relatively frequently?

Well, not to worry. First, despite all the new and ongoing construction (have you seen the new College Halls going up where Kissam Quadrangle once stood?),  the campus is still familar enough for all of us to easily navigate to whatever we're looking to find.

And to help you even more, here's a link to a virtual tour of Vanderbilt, narrated by a present day student.

It's very cool, check it out including the videos and the 360-degree photos!

So you can see while some things have changed (nothing like that Admissions Office when we applied), other parts of the campus such as Alumni Lawn and Kirkland Hall look just like they did during our last semester in the spring of 1973.

But while a virtual tour is wonderful, there's nothing like seeing the real thing in person. So if haven't done so already, go to the VU reunion web site and sign up today to say "yes" I am coming to Reunion in October.

 You'll be glad you did!

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