Thursday night socials. Marketing Madness. Tailgate parties. Multicultural events. And yes—salsa lessons.
The days at Vanderbilt are filled with intellectual challenges, rigorous coursework and provocative questions crying out for attention and analysis. The nights are often spent in Management Hall with your team getting ready for the next day, the next presentation, the next test.
However, mingled in with the days and nights of hard work, there is a social life at Vanderbilt. Student clubs host a number of activities to bring the community together in the spirit of fun:
- Hiking and Biking with the Deans
- Owen Tailgates at Vanderbilt Football Games
- Student Club Fair
- Community Barbeque
- Halloween Party
- Casino Night
- Owen vs. Law School Kickball Tourney
- India Party
- Holiday Party
- MLK Jr. Day Celebration
- Marketing Madness
- Trivia Night
- Chili Cook-Off
- Black History Month Social
- Monopoly Night
- St. Patrick’s Day Party
- Owen vs. Law School Dodgeball Tourney
- 100% Owen Auction
- Owen Follies
- Intramural Sports
- International Day
A glimpse of life at Vanderbilt:
Global Food Fest
The Global Food Fest is one of the most popular student events and this year it served as the opening reception to Welcome Weekend.
A recent Closing Bell hosted by the Music Industry Club
Closing Bell, our weekly Thursday night all-school gathering, is hosted each week by various clubs. Recently, the Music Industry Club hosted and featured the Owen band. See more photos here.
Although we are known as being competitive but not cutthroat, our students do compete vigorously during our annual Owen Olympics.
Annual International Thanksgiving Dinner
This is a unique Thanksgiving Dinner as we shared with our international classmates one of our favorite things about Thanksgiving . . . FOOD. And our international students brought their favorite dishes from back home! And we played some great board games to keep the party going! More pictures here.
This year’s Marketing Madness event was a great success. Teams—made up of MBA and the inaugural class of Master of Marketing students—manned their brand booths, presenting their products and promotional ideas to students, faculty and staff.