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  2. Vanderbilt Stadium - Wikipedia

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    Vanderbilt Stadium is a football stadium located in Nashville, Tennessee.Completed in 1922 (then named Dudley Field) as the first stadium in the South to be used exclusively for college football, it is the home of the Vanderbilt University football team.

  3. Vanderbilt family - Wikipedia

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    The Vanderbilt family is an American family who gained prominence during the Gilded Age.Their success began with the shipping and railroad empires of Cornelius Vanderbilt, and the family expanded into various other areas of industry and philanthropy.

  4. Cornelius Vanderbilt - Wikipedia

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    Cornelius Vanderbilt (May 27, 1794 – January 4, 1877), nicknamed "the Commodore", was an American business magnate who built his wealth in railroads and shipping. After working with his father's business, Vanderbilt worked his way into leadership positions in the inland water trade and invested in the rapidly growing railroad industry, effectively transforming the geography of the United States.

  5. Vanderbilt rape case - Wikipedia

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    The Vanderbilt rape case is a criminal case of sexual assault that occurred on June 23, 2013, in Nashville, Tennessee, in which four Vanderbilt University football players carried an unconscious 21-year-old female student into a dorm room, gang-raped and sodomized her, photographed and videotaped her, and one urinated on her face.

  6. Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt Jr. - Wikipedia

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    Noted family; early years. Vanderbilt was a son of the first Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, who died a hero in the sinking of the RMS Lusitania.His mother, Margaret Emerson (daughter of the Bromo-Seltzer inventor Isaac Edward Emerson), was one of America's wealthiest women and most sought-after hostesses, operating at least seven large estates around the country.

  7. Lambuth University - Wikipedia

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    Lambuth University was a private Methodist university in Jackson, Tennessee. It was active from 1843 to 2011 and was supported by the Memphis Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church . The university began as the Memphis Conference Female Institute in 1843 and was later renamed in honor of Walter Russell Lambuth (1854–1921), a ...

  8. Drury University - Wikipedia

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    Drury University, formerly Drury College and originally Springfield College, is a private liberal arts college in Springfield, Missouri.The university enrolls about 1,700 undergraduates and graduate students in six master's programs, and 1,279 students in the College of Continuing Professional Studies.

  9. Adelphi University - Wikipedia

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    Adelphi University is a private university in Garden City, New York.Adelphi also has centers in Manhattan, Hudson Valley, and Suffolk County. There is also a virtual, online campus for remote students.