Harrison David Kenum

California surprised me. And not necessarily with its people, its natural beauty, or its different lifestyle- rather, the fact that it was even able to surprise me was surprising. It’s not an off-the-wall, hidey-hole state like a North Dakota or a Vermont....

Happy Holidays from the Curb Center!

On December 9th, the Curb Center group put their baking skills to work for a cookie exchange to celebrate the holiday season! From molasses cookies to cranberry bars, Rice Krispie treats and chocolate chip cookies, we had a great afternoon of recipe sharing and...

Curb Scholar Blog: The Startup Life

This blog post was written by Tony Maina. I felt very good about coming back to Vanderbilt for my sophomore year. I spent a great deal of time during my freshman year adjusting to the various academic challenges while still trying to exercise a social life. I now feel...

Curb Scholar Madeline Pt. 2

I always try to find the ways of becoming a better artist and a better human from any experience I have – try to stretch beyond shuffling it into a category of good or bad, exciting or boring, etc. in order to really consciously grow with each experience. I’ve...