PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: Thankful for the fall

The race to the end of the semester begins.


Connie Chen

Thanksgiving dinner table, as photographed on Nov. 24, 2022. (Hustler Multimedia/Connie Chen)

Barrie Barto, Photography Director

Thanksgiving Break

This Thanksgiving break, our staffers took a well-deserved break from life on campus to spend time at home and recharge. Staff photographer Aryan Garg traveled to New York City, where he took many street-style photos of people and city life.

Sports Section

Football season came to a painful end with the Commodores falling against Tennessee. First Bank Stadium was awash with orange and white, while the black and gold Vanderbilt fans drowned in the rain. Inside Memorial, the men’s and women’s basketball teams have kept dry and are fighting for a better season. 

Campus happenings

Despite the semester almost being over, campus was abuzz with activity this week. Karma Sangam celebrated Hindu performing arts, while Vanderbilt Chabad hosted Shabbat 500, the biggest Hakhel Shabbat dinner on campus in Vanderbilt’s history. Staffers have also taken to the streets to escape the fast pace of campus. Miguel Beristain went to flipturn at The Beast.