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Vanderbilt continues to respond to victims of Hurricane Katrina

Sep. 9, 2005—A week after Vanderbilt University began admitting students displaced by Hurricane Katrina, approximately 100 students from Gulf Coast colleges and universities had registered for classes. Vanderbilt Medical Center now has treated more than 70 Gulf Coast evacuees, hospitalizing more than 20, and its LifeFlight reserve helicopter and fixed wing aircraft and their medical teams continue to assist in disaster relief and patient transport out of the region.

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2005 Vanderbilt nursing grads who overcame adversity available to comment for commencement stories

May. 12, 2005— Three graduates from Vanderbilt‘s School of Nursing overcame tough odds to earn their degrees. They are available to share their stories as Vanderbilt observes commencement exercises May 13.

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Vanderbilt’s Dance Marathon raises $50,000 for Children’s Hospital

Aug. 6, 2004—When Vanderbilt's Dance Marathon committee began planning its February 2004 event last fall, the end goal was simple: to raise more money than it had the previous year, an amount of about $6,000. Dance Marathon 2004 far exceeded its goal by raising almost $50,000, a feat that earned it the Children's Miracle Network's "Most Improved Dance Marathon" award at its annual Dance Marathon Leadership Conference held July 23-25 in Atlanta.

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Vanderbilt students gear up for Dance Marathon, 14-hour philanthropy to benefit Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital

Feb. 9, 2004—Around 300 Vanderbilt University students plan to pull an all-nighter on Friday, Feb. 20.

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