Kara Sherrer is a writer and editor based in Nashville, TN. Her stories have appeared on USA TODAY College and The Huffington Post, among others.
In her final opinion column, graduating senior Kara Sherrer explains how there is more than one economic narrative at Vanderbilt.
Everything you need to know about Vanderbilt's annual music festival.
Singer returns to Nashville for the Schermerhorn’s Jazz Series
Acclaimed jazz singer to visit the Nashville Symphony on Friday
Indie pop band brings energetic sound and funny antics to Mercy Lounge.
The indie rock band began the North American leg of their “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” Odyssey tour at Ascend Amphitheater on Friday night.
From a 95-yard touchdown to six field goals, here are the most important plays of the game against the Aggies.
What to know before you tune into the Big Game.
Fans of the original film will no doubt appreciate how the stage preserves the integrity of the movie.
The singer-songwriter reflects on her recent success and playing at Live On The Green this weekend.
This year’s Shakespeare in the Park performance puts a Civil War twist on the Elizabethan play.
Sponsored by Lightning 100, the Nashville music festival kicked off its seventh annual season last week.
The former Commodore long snapper became engaged to his girlfriend at a Chicago Cubs game on Friday.
A country act hasn’t performed at the concert series for more than a decade, since Brad Paisley played in 2004.
We look back at Vanderbilt baseball's 2015 post-season performance and the team's path to its second consecutive National Championship appearance.