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  2. Vanderbilt Commodores football - Wikipedia

    Vanderbilt and Tennessee have played 112 times since 1892, Tennessee leads the series 75–32-5. When the rivalry first started Vanderbilt dominated by taking 19 of the first 24 with 3 ties. From 1928 to 2011, Tennessee went 71–9–2 against Vanderbilt. But since 2012, Vanderbilt has won five of the last nine.

  3. Memorial Gymnasium (Vanderbilt University) - Wikipedia

    Memorial Gymnasium is a multi-purpose facility located in Nashville, Tennessee. Usually called Memorial Gym or simply Memorial, the building is located on the western end of the Vanderbilt University campus. It was built in 1952 and currently has a seating capacity of 14,326.

  4. RaDonda Vaught homicide case - Wikipedia

    The RaDonda Vaught homicide case was an American legal trial in which former Vanderbilt University Medical Center nurse RaDonda Vaught was convicted of criminally negligent homicide and impaired adult abuse after she mistakenly administered the wrong medication that killed a patient in 2017. She was sentenced to three years' probation.

  5. Parthenon (Nashville) - Wikipedia

    Major Eugene Castner Lewis was the director of the Tennessee Centennial Exposition and it was at his suggestion that a reproduction of the Parthenon be built in Nashville to serve as the centerpiece of Tennessee's Centennial Celebration. Lewis also served as the chief civil engineer for the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railroad ...

  6. Dugan Field - Wikipedia

    Ken Dugan Field at Stephen Lee Marsh Stadium is a baseball venue located in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. It is home to the Lipscomb Bisons college baseball team of the NCAA's Division I ASUN Conference and the Nashville Outlaws of the collegiate summer Prospect League. The facility has a capacity of 1,500 spectators.

  7. Beth Harwell - Wikipedia

    Beth Halteman Harwell (born July 24, 1957, in Norristown, Pennsylvania) is a member of the board of directors of the Tennessee Valley Authority and the former Speaker of the Tennessee House of Representatives.

  8. Fisk University - Wikipedia

    Fisk University is a private historically black university in Nashville, Tennessee.The university was founded in 1866 and its 40-acre (16 ha) campus is a historic district listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  9. Thomas F. Frist Jr. - Wikipedia

    He served as vice president of the Vanderbilt University board of trust from 1995 to 1997. He is a recipient of the distinguished graduates award of Vanderbilt University. He is chairman of the Frist Foundation and the Frist Center for the Visual Arts. He is a member of the Nashville Public Library Foundation.