The Vandyboys lose the series against Georgia on Saturday, April 10th, 2021. (Hustler Multimedia/ Truman McDaniel) (Truman McDaniel )
The Vandyboys lose the series against Georgia on Saturday, April 10th, 2021. (Hustler Multimedia/ Truman McDaniel)

Truman McDaniel

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK: Performing Arts, Not performing Sports

This week's photos feature spring blooms, student performers and spectacular sports losses.

April 11, 2021

This week on campus featured live performances, spring blossoms and sports losses.

VPAC Performance

Vanderbilt Students perform at VPAC fest on Saturday, April 10, 2021. (Hustler Multimedia/Josh Rehders) Josh Rehders

On Saturday April 10, VPAC hosted VPAC fest on Wilson lawn. For many, this was the first time that their performing arts groups were able to perform in front of an in-person crowd at Vanderbilt.

Life as a Remote Student

A couple sits on a bench outside on a Sunny day, photographed March 31, 2021. (Hustler Multimedia/Connie Chen) (Connie Chen)

Two Multimedia Staffers have spent time documenting what life has looked like for them while studying completely remotely for this semester.

Baseball and Tennis lose on the weekend

The VandyBoys huddle together before their game against Georgia, photographed on April 10, 2021. (Hustler Multimedia/ Truman McDaniel) (Truman McDaniel )

This weekend, the Vanderbilt Baseball team suffered a rare SEC series loss against Georgia, losing 2 of the 3 games. The last time the VandyBoys lost an SEC series was also against Georgia in 2019.

Spring has come in full

Yellow flowers in a garden outside Kirkland Hall, photographed April 9, 2021. (Alex Venero)

With temperatures rising, Spring, with its beautiful flowers, has come to Vanderbilt campus.

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