PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: Good food, fine art and winning sports
Take a look at some of the best photos from across the Multimedia Staff that were taken this week.
April 4, 2021
This week’s photo story explores campus statues and the highs and lows of Commodore sports in women’s tennis, men’s baseball and lacrosse.
On March 26, Women’s Tennis played rival University of Tennessee—Knoxville at the Curry Tennis Center. The Commodores lost in a very close battle after securing the doubles point to start but losing three out of five singles matches for a 3-4 defeat.
On both Thursday and Saturday, Lacrosse hosted Old Dominion University in Nashville for the Commodores’ Senior Weekend. They went into the weekend on a seven-game winning streak and came out with two more victories to make it nine. On Saturday, Senior Gabby Fornia broke her own record for assists in a single season, and the team allowed the fewest goals the Commodores ever have in a conference game.
Baseball Continues to Roll
Before traveling to LSU, the Vanderbilt Baseball team played against Tennessee Tech on Tuesday, March 30, 2021. Vanderbilt went on to beat Tennessee Tech 12-5 in a run filled matchup. The VandyBoys went on to sweep LSU at their home field.
In the game against Tennessee Tech, Jayson Gonzales scored a home run putting the team up 12-5 at the bottom of the seventh. The game featured many other runs and power plays leading the VandyBoys to improve their record to 20-3.
This week, the Hustler Staff photographed different food options on campus including 2301 bowls, Randwiches, Pub quesadillas, Commons omelets, and more. Here are some of the results.
Art into Art
Hallie Williams, one of the Multimedia staffers often wondered what all the sculptures around campus were about. When walking around to investigate them further, she decided to make her own art out of the sculptures already in place.