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Adventures All Around Town in August!

Jul. 27, 2018—Summer might be winding down, but it's not over yet! Are you looking for a break from studying for Step 1 or celebrating the end of FMK or need something to do while friends and family are visiting? If this is you or you are just looking for some fun (and potentially free) adventures around Nashville in August...

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The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Apr. 26, 2018—While Nashville has plenty of wonderful hikes, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is on another level. The park is only a four-hour drive from Nashville and, along with all state parks in Tennessee, it is completely free. It is also the most visited National Park in the United States, with over ten million visitors...

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A Quick Guide to Housing in Nashville

Mar. 19, 2018—by Maggie Axelrod (G1) The above map of Nashville highlights some of the areas where students commonly live. Read on for some information about a few of the more popular areas. Walking distance from campus There are a number of neighborhoods to choose from in the peri-Vanderbilt area, and most people stay close to Vanderbilt...

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Nashville 2018: A Year in the Life

Mar. 12, 2018—There is a lot more to Nashville than just country music and cowboy hats. Here is a selection of monthly activities that showcase Nashville’s vibrant food, music, and culture. January – New Year’s Eve Nashville was just voted the “Best place to ring in the New Year” by USA Today readers! Over 100,000 people came...

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7 Great Outdoor Adventures Near Nashville

Oct. 30, 2017—You’ve probably been to Percy Warner at least once. Whether you’ve done the beautiful five mile hike around the park or spent your day drinking on the lawn during Steeple Chase, Percy Warner is a staple of the Nashville outdoors. However, we are here to show you that Nashville, and Tennessee as a whole, have...

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Op-Ed: A March for Truth, Reason, and Hope

May. 8, 2017—  A March for Truth, Reason, and Hope “SCIENCE NOT SILENCE” “Let us pause for a moment in science” – Some powerful, some quirky, and some punny slogans like these popped up and filled the streets in more than 600 cities around the world on April 22nd.  Scientists and supporters of science stood united on this...

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Festivals in Nashville

Mar. 16, 2017—Festivals in Nashville There is a lot more to Nashville than just country music and cowboy hats. Here is just a selection of monthly activities that showcase Nashville’s vibrant food, music, and culture. January – New Year’s Eve Celebration http://www.visitmusiccity.com/newyearseve Celebrate the New Year in Nashville! This year, the celebration moved to Bicentennial Park. Over...

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MSTP Foodies: Restaurant Reviews

Jan. 30, 2017—Garden Brunch Café This delightful restaurant in Germantown was one of the first restaurants in Nashville that we went to together, and it is a restaurant we always take guests to when they come to visit. This restaurant is only open Friday through Sunday, but wow do they know how to make a perfect breakfast....

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