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The Hustler sits down with the 2020 Founder’s Medalists

The Hustler sits down with the 2020 Founder’s Medalists

May 19, 2020

Named after Cornelius Vanderbilt, the award is given to one student graduating from each of Vanderbilt’s ten schools and colleges.

20M donation to newly-minted WCNDD for research on potential treatments for central nervous system disorders

20M donation to newly-minted WCNDD for research on potential treatments for central nervous system disorders

May 17, 2020

The Warren Foundation donated to further potential treatments for disorders such as schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s on May 5.

Center for Teaching prepares faculty in the case of an online semester

Center for Teaching prepares faculty in the case of an online semester

May 16, 2020

The Online Course Design Institute is a two-week course for faculty designed to improve the online student experience.

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SEC lifts ban, Vanderbilt provides no timeline for return of student-athletes
Class of 2020 celebrates Commencement online

Class of 2020 celebrates Commencement online

May 8, 2020

In lieu of in-person celebrations, Vanderbilt held a week-long celebration of the Class of 2020 with a log of videos and messages to highlight the graduates’ achievements.

Vanderbilt’s ‘Return to Campus Plan’ to reopen ‘specific, limited, on-campus operations’

Vanderbilt’s ‘Return to Campus Plan’ to reopen ‘specific, limited, on-campus operations’

May 7, 2020

While Nashville will begin reopening May 11, Vanderbilt will implement its own framework of reopening, which will begin with on-campus research that cannot be done remotely May 18

Vanderbilt student files class-action lawsuit against the university for its reimbursement policy

Vanderbilt student files class-action lawsuit against the university for its reimbursement policy

April 30, 2020

The case aims to include all students enrolled during the Spring 2020 semester who paid any tuition, fees and/or housing that were denied in-person instruction and/or campus facilities.

University works on ‘individual by individual’ basis to address grad student concerns

University works on ‘individual by individual’ basis to address grad student concerns

April 25, 2020

On April 8, Graduate Workers United penned an open letter requesting additional support including funding extensions and coverage for COVID-19 and mental healthcare expenses. In response, university administrators have stressed the ‘decentralized’ nature of graduate education and encouraged students to find solutions with their individual schools, departments and mentors.

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Sophomore Spotlight: How getting sent home forced me to reassess my priorities at Vandy

Sophomore Spotlight: How getting sent home forced me to reassess my priorities at Vandy

May 14, 2020

A reflection on the chaotic end to this semester, and the light at the end of the tunnel

Finding My Voice: E-Learning for music majors

Finding My Voice: E-Learning for music majors

April 19, 2020

How music majors have been uniquely affected by the shift to online learning

Surviving Social Distancing: How to handle another month of online classes

Surviving Social Distancing: How to handle another month of online classes

April 11, 2020

Don't know how you'll make it to the finish line this semester? Try out these online learning tips

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Letter to the Editor: In Response to Schulman, editorial about Trump administration stimulus shows ignorance towards working class Americans

Letter to the Editor: In Response to Schulman, editorial about Trump administration stimulus shows ignorance towards working class Americans

April 10, 2020

Schulman’s article about the ineffectiveness of a stimulus check due to social isolation shows a narrow perspective that ignores the obvious needs of low and middle-class workers.

Opinion: Why I’m more scared of Anti-Asian hate crimes than getting the coronavirus

Opinion: Why I’m more scared of Anti-Asian hate crimes than getting the coronavirus

April 6, 2020

The United States has experienced public health scares before, yet the COVID-19 outbreak has caused xenophobia to resurface across America.

Guest Editorial: Universal Pass/Fail is the Only Equitable Option

Guest Editorial: Universal Pass/Fail is the Only Equitable Option

March 30, 2020

Giving students a Pass/Fail option adds undue pressure in a time of emergency.

Guest Editorial: The Presence of Love in the Form of Absence– Letter from A Fellow Senior of Wuhan, China

Guest Editorial: The Presence of Love in the Form of Absence– Letter from A Fellow Senior of Wuhan, China

March 26, 2020

The global outbreak of COVID-19 is far, far more significant than us, and we should think collectively and behave responsibly.

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