How can you tell the story of a lifetime in 99 words (or fewer)? Here's how some Vanderbilt University Medical Center lovers did it.
How did you meet your sweetheart? What made you fall in love? What is your life together like?
A brief encounter with a good doctor echoes through the years
I became vaguely aware of the sound of sirens in the distance. I soon realized the sirens were coming for me.
Anne Crook was born at Vanderbilt and works at VUMC as a medical interpreter for Spanish-speaking patients. But what happened to her in a tiny hospital in Italy has shaped her life.
"I’m filled with pride. My sister and mother and I don’t need a medal to tell us Dad’s a genius. We’re just very proud that he’s being honored the way we always knew he deserved to be."
Well-developed biceps. Interesting tattoos. Friends I haven't seen lately. The best question: "Where do I go to get naked?" The mass vaccination event is a Vanderbilt tradition, and I wanted to do my part.