Saturday, October 21, 2017

Junior passes away overnight

Updated Oct. 2 at 3:30 p.m. Catherine English, a junior in Peabody College, passed away overnight Sept. 30. The Dean of Students office sent out...

March for black women in STEM to take place Saturday, Sept....

The march, which was planned in solidarity with national marches for black women, will begin on the steps of Wyatt on Saturday morning

Vanderbilt named tenth most innovative university in the world in Reuters...

This marks the first time that Vanderbilt has been in the top ten

Former Nashville Mayor Karl Dean speaks at Vanderbilt

The Vanderbilt Law School alum visited the school while campaigning for the 2018 Gubernatorial elections

Q&A with Sally Yates, former United States Deputy Attorney General

The Hustler sat down with former US Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates prior to the Chancellor's Lecture to discuss her career—past, present and future

University discusses storm preparations in residence halls

In late August, several Commons residence halls flooded as a result of storms from Hurricane Harvey

VSG budget increases funding for conferences, student engagement

This year's Vanderbilt Student Government (VSG) budget saw slight changes, with a $2,500 increase in funding for conferences and travel as well as a...

National Pan-Hellenic Council organizations move into new house on Greek row

The move, according to NPHC members, represents a step towards increasing visibility and inclusion of black Greek life on campus

Vanderbilt alumni discuss the White House, First Amendment in Constitution Day...

In observance of Constitution Day on Monday, The Commons and Vanderbilt Student Communications hosted “The White House and The First Amendment," a discussion about...

Vanderbilt takes part in filing amicus brief opposing Trump’s travel ban

Vanderbilt joined 30 universities in calling on the Supreme Court to strike down Trump’s executive order