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Students carried a 14-foot figure of a unicorn to Kirkland Hall on Feb. 23. (Hustler Multimedia / Josh Rehders)
DivestVU, Dores Divest hold an over 30-person protest at Kirkland Hall
Jessica M. Barker, Justine Del Monte, Immanual John Milton, and Avery Muir February 23, 2021
Dores Divest’s 14-foot-mystical creature, an orange unicorn, made an appearance on Library Lawn at 2 p.m. CST and marched with students to Kirkland Hall.
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Enrique Bradfield Jr. celebrates his RBI single against Georgia State. (Hustler Multimedia/Truman McDaniel)
Vanderbilt falls to Georgia State in first loss of the season
Alyssa Muir, Deputy Sports Editor • February 26, 2021
The Commodores struck out 13 times and stranded 13 men on base in the 4-2 loss to Georgia State.
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