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The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University

The Vanderbilt Hustler

The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University.
The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University

The Vanderbilt Hustler

The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University.

IN PHOTOS: Family Weekend 2022

Family weekend brought many to campus this weekend for time together.
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Barrie Barto
Mr. C takes a picture with a family on Commons, captured on September 10, 2022. (Hustler Multimedia/Barrie Barto)

Vanderbilt hosted Family Weekend 2022 from Sept. 9-11, which included a large variety of programming for Vanderbilt students and their guests. Last year, Vanderbilt hosted Family Weekend for the first time since the start of the pandemic, but with additional with COVID-19 protocols. This year, masking and outdoor event requirements were lifted.

An influx of families began arriving onto campus on Friday. Families had the opportunity to attend events  such as the Grandparent’s Social and Tea, Fall for the Arts—a showcase of student performance groups with a fall inspired dinner by Vanderbilt Dining—and various tours of campus

Saturday’s big focus wasVanderbilt’s home football game against Wake Forest. SEC Nation and Vanderbilt Athletics hosted the Marty and McGee show followed by SEC Nation on Commons. Families met with Mr. C and made signs to hold in the background of both shows which broadcast live from 8am – 11am CT.

Other events before the game included a Family Tailgate hosted by the Office of Parents and Families and other smaller tailgates hosted by organizations around campus such as Hillel and Interfraternity Council (IFC) fraternities.

Families filled FirstBank Stadium with electric energy for the game, but started to filter out as the weather and Vanderbilt’s football performance worsened. Luckily, the weather cleared for a final afternoon of togetherness and the farewell breakfast on Sunday.

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Barrie Barto
Barrie Barto, Editor-in-Chief
Barrie Barto ('25) is majoring in medicine, health & society with neuroscience and communication of science & technology minors in the College of Arts and Science. She previously served as Photography Director. When she's not strolling around campus with her camera, you can find Barrie cheering on the St. Louis Blues or tracking down the best gluten-free food in Nashville. She can be reached at [email protected].
Jaylan Sims
Jaylan Sims, Podcasts Editor
Jaylan Sims ('26) is from Chattanooga, Tenn., majoring in communication studies and communication of science and technology with a minor in Jewish studies in the College of Arts & Science.  When not working for The Hustler, you can catch Jaylan aimlessly roaming around campus. He can be reached at [email protected]
Keng Teghen
Keng Teghen, Former Staff Photographer
Keng Teghen ('26) is from Williston, North Dakota. She is majoring in human organizational development in Peabody College and minoring in computer science in the School of Engineering. Keng enjoys cooking, being active, online shopping and attending her brothers' sporting events. She can be reached at [email protected].
Arianna Santiago
Arianna Santiago, Senior Staff Photographer
Arianna Santiago ('24) is from Bremerton, Wash., and studying electrical and computer engineering in the School of Engineering. When not shooting for The Hustler or for freelance work, Arianna can be found leading campus tours, organizing events for University Catholic, attempting to study and procrastinating her lab reports. You can reach her at [email protected].
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