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The Tennessean: Gail Kerr: Unpredictable Alexander goes against grain again
Jaws dropped at last week’s announcement that U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander will step down from his leadership position in January to work on “policy,” not party, but his friends said such a move was vintage Lamar. Alexander’s nonpartisan, moderate approach to decision-making are evident in an exhibit of his life and career at Vanderbilt University’s main library.

The Tennessean: Books, arts tango in group of exhibits around town
Vanderbilt University’s The Book as Art: Beautiful Books consists of a 150-book exhibition in the library’s Special Collections department and three smaller exhibitions around campus.

Associated Press: Alexander, 71, not planning to slow down
Lamar Alexander said Friday that a new exhibit at Vanderbilt University featuring the Republican’s pre-U.S. Senate papers and memorabilia does not signal that his political career is nearing an end.

WPLN: Alexander tours his Vanderbilt exhibit.

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