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The US Supreme Court conlcuded that the dismantlement of DACA  was unconstitutional.
Vanderbilt responds to Supreme Court’s DACA ruling
Logan Cromeens, Deputy News Editor • June 29, 2020
The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of preserving DACA, temporarily protecting the livelihoods of the nearly 650,000 “dreamers” currently in the United States.
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ALAS hosts "Sabor Latino" in the SLC on Monday, October 7. (Former Hustler Multimedia/Emily Gonçalves)
International students partner with MLC and VSG to present demands to Dean Bandas, ISSS
Emma Mattson, Copy Editor • July 2, 2020
Preliminary data from student-led surveys reveal disparity in opinion between domestic and international students on Vanderbilt’s Fall 2020 Plan.
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Peace of Mind: The importance of learning to cope with our emotions in healthy ways
Inside an Athlete’s World: Black lives should matter on and off the field

Inside an Athlete’s World: Black lives should matter on and off the field

June 7, 2020

How recent Black Lives Matter protests have revealed important race dynamics within the Vanderbilt community.

Lessons & Literature: We need to redefine “classic” literature

Lessons & Literature: We need to redefine “classic” literature

June 6, 2020

In order to become allies to the Black Lives Matter movement, we need to read Black authors.

Surviving Social Distancing: Maintaining Student Support Post-COVID-19

Surviving Social Distancing: Maintaining Student Support Post-COVID-19

May 30, 2020

My professors’ readiness to help struggling students during the coronavirus pandemic should be the norm

GUEST EDITORIAL: Let’s get real about what’s happening
GUEST EDITORIAL: 10 days is not enough time for international students to make a decision about the fall semester

GUEST EDITORIAL: 10 days is not enough time for international students to make a decision about the fall semester

June 22, 2020

In a situation where we needed the university’s support the most, Vanderbilt administration has disregarded international students’ concerns and uncertainties.

GUEST EDITORIAL: Vanderbilt has made it clear: incoming transfers are not worthy of the Vandy experience

GUEST EDITORIAL: Vanderbilt has made it clear: incoming transfers are not worthy of the Vandy experience

June 21, 2020

Vanderbilt disregards the incoming transfer class via mandatory off-campus measures, potentially tarnishing the on-campus experience only preserved for first-year students.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: In response to Matt Colleran’s flimsy apology

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: In response to Matt Colleran’s flimsy apology

June 14, 2020

A Vanderbilt alum’s commentary on apologies, forgiveness and changing our minds.

GUEST EDITORIAL: A pandemic shouldn’t stop Vanderbilt’s commitment to equity for LGBTQ+ students– it should heighten it

GUEST EDITORIAL: A pandemic shouldn’t stop Vanderbilt’s commitment to equity for LGBTQ+ students– it should heighten it

June 13, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in increased challenges for LGBTQ+ students, and Vanderbilt hasn’t fully recognized or prioritized the needs of our community.

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