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Novelist Dinaw Mengestu speaks at Vanderbilt’s virtual Martin Luther King Jr. Day commemorative event
Jazlyn Selvasingh, Staff Writer • January 19, 2021
The Martin Luther King Jr. Day commemorative event took place over Zoom on Jan. 18, 2021 and featured a vigil, keynote speech and moderated Q&A.
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Brylee Bartram dribbles the ball against Alabama. (Hustler Communications/Emery Little)
Brylee Bartram’s journey from national three-point record holder to West End
Alyssa Muir, Deputy Sports Editor • January 23, 2021
Brylee Bartram, who set the national high school record (boys or girls) in made threes with 533, brings a much-needed perimeter shooting boost to the Commodores.
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POC at a PWI: Finding POC friends at a PWI

November 20, 2020

Coming from a racially diverse background, I felt guilty for having only made white friends at Vanderbilt.

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Generation on the Rise: The enticing allure of nostalgia

November 17, 2020

While the constantly shifting dynamics of our lives in the present day can lead us to rely on memories of the past as a source of solace, we must overcome our nostalgia in order to move ahead.

Junior Jolt: What makes a college experience?

Junior Jolt: What makes a college experience?

November 14, 2020

As the on-campus semester nears an end, I’ve been reflecting on what we’ve been missing.

Swipes For A Cause, a student-run organization dedicated to turning unused student meal swipes into meals for the hungry, has been unable to donate 9,450 meals so far due to the actions (and inaction) of Vanderbilt administration. (Hustler Multimedia/Josh Rehders)
GUEST EDITORIAL: Vanderbilt, Bring back Swipes For A Cause
Nisala Kalupahana, Founder of Swipes For A Cause • January 17, 2021
The first Federal King holiday was celebrated in 1986. Original photo of King taken by Marion S. Trikosko in 1964. (Hustler Staff/Miquéla Thornton)
THORNTON: Pose a threat to propaganda
Miquéla Thornton, Opinion Editor • January 17, 2021
Vanderbilt stands during the Vanderbilt vs. Ole Miss game. (Hustler Multimedia/Josh Rehders)
GUEST EDITORIAL: Discontinue Vanderbilt Athletics until it is safe
Laurence J. Zwiebel, Vanderbilt Professor • January 15, 2021
A gallows hangs near the United States Capitol during the storming of the United States Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. (Creative Commons/Tyler Merbler)
SCHULMAN: Unity is a joke
Max Schulman, Senior Writer • January 14, 2021
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