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Topic - Nicholas Zeppos
A Christian student group said this week that it will not apply to be recognized as an official club at Vanderbilt University because of the school policy making it mandatory that it accept nonbelievers as members - or even officers - of the organization.
"He embodies integrity, strategic thinking and a demonstrated commitment to success. He understands the important role that athletics plays in the life of a vibrant university, and that outstanding scholarly pursuits and top-notch sports are integral parts of the Vanderbilt experience," Zeppos said.
Vanderbilt Chancellor Nicholas Zeppos said they trust Mason to build on the work that has taken Vanderbilt football to "unprecedented heights."