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Regular decision acceptance rate rises to 9.0 percent for Class of 2024
Ph.D. student passes away

Ph.D. student passes away

March 28, 2020

Sebastian had been researching new treatments for small-cell carcinoma at Vanderbilt.

Summer classes, Maymesters moved online

Summer classes, Maymesters moved online

March 26, 2020

Students will be able to register for the updated summer 2020 undergraduate schedule on March 30.

UPS to be sent into dorms to pack students’ belongings, on-campus students to be consolidated into fewer dorms

UPS to be sent into dorms to pack students’ belongings, on-campus students to be consolidated into fewer dorms

March 26, 2020

Vanderbilt may offer housing to VUMC staff in student dorms in the event of a healthcare surge, according to an email sent to Vanderbilt students from the Office of Housing and Residential Experience on March 26.

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RAs lose pay for April and May; staff and Work Study recipients maintain normal pay

RAs lose pay for April and May; staff and Work Study recipients maintain normal pay

March 29, 2020

Many student workers said they were given options to work remotely on special online projects. However, Resident Advisors are being denied the April stipend typically guaranteed by their contracts due to “reduced need,” a university spokesperson said.

Surviving Social Distancing: Let’s get physical(ly well)

Surviving Social Distancing: Let’s get physical(ly well)

March 28, 2020

How to make caring for your body a priority during the coronavirus pandemic

Commencement postponed to May 2021

Commencement postponed to May 2021

March 25, 2020

Commencement, scheduled for May 12-16, 2021, planned to be separate for the Class of 2020 and 2021.

LIVE UPDATES: Vanderbilt’s response to COVID-19

LIVE UPDATES: Vanderbilt’s response to COVID-19

March 25, 2020

The Hustler will continue to update this story with changes to Vanderbilt's response to the novel coronavirus.

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Intuitive Eating with Mimi: How intuitive eating plays into eating disorder recovery

Intuitive Eating with Mimi: How intuitive eating plays into eating disorder recovery

March 25, 2020

The role of intuitive eating in disordered eating recovery

Surviving Social Distancing: Coping together

Surviving Social Distancing: Coping together

March 24, 2020

During the coronavirus outbreak, maintaining student well-being becomes even more important.

Sophomore Spotlight: Finding new places on campus

Sophomore Spotlight: Finding new places on campus

March 8, 2020

Exploring new ways to get involved and meet people after the first year

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

Guest Editorial: Seniors—Finding Closure Among the Chaos

Guest Editorial: Seniors—Finding Closure Among the Chaos

March 26, 2020

When looking back on college, remember that sometimes our smallest moments were the most significant.

Opinion: The Trump administration’s proposals to stimulate the economy run into an obvious problem — social distancing

Opinion: The Trump administration’s proposals to stimulate the economy run into an obvious problem — social distancing

March 18, 2020

The policy of sending checks to most Americans is unwise; I’d know. I’m quarantined and can’t spend that money.

Opinion: Acceptance doesn’t fall into the roommate assignment algorithm, but prejudice can fall through it

Opinion: Acceptance doesn’t fall into the roommate assignment algorithm, but prejudice can fall through it

March 8, 2020

Fully university-matched first-year housing puts the safety and comfort of marginalized students at risk in the name of diversity.

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