Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Vanderbilt Habitat for Humanity revives event featuring hidden voices of Nashville

Tonight, Monday, March 19, from 6:00-9:00 p.m. in the Vanderbilt Pub, “Pub Live: The Hidden Voices of Nashville” will feature performances from people in the Nashville area experiencing homelessness and poverty

VSG passes bills on universal test bank, extended reading days

Resolution S: 17-18-28 would provide access to a campus-wide test bank for all Vanderbilt students

How #MeToo is and isn’t changing Vanderbilt

An exploration of the movement’s impact on Vanderbilt through the lens of campus activists and experts

Pronouns in YES: Behind the scenes

Students and staff explain the work that went into allowing students to select their own pronouns and the significance of this change

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: Vitality showcase, National Walkout & more

Photos by Claire Barnett, Emily Gonçalves, Ignatius Liu, Hunter Long & Brent Szklaruk

Q&A with Patrick J. Kennedy, former congressman and mental health advocate

The Vanderbilt Hustler sat down with Kennedy to discuss the world of politics, mental health and drug abuse.

Vanderbilt participates in National School Walkout

Hundreds of students participated in Vanderbilt’s National Student Walkout this morning to demand an end to gun violence nationwide.

VSG Presidential candidates advocate for inclusivity, visibility in 2018 election

The candidates will debate on March 14 in the Rand Lounge and voting will open March 20

Senior Spotlight: Chelsea Yip, incoming software engineer at Capital One

After switching out of her pre-med track sophomore year, senior Chelsea Yip took advantage of every opportunity to invest in herself in order to find a career that would fit her life

VUMC professor Dr. Stephen Patrick testifies at U.S. Senate hearing on...

Dr. Patrick’s work focuses on the effects that opioids have on pregnant mothers and their infants and how state and federal policy can help hospitals improve care