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The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University
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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
The superpowered Maximoff family stands together ready to face anything in the WandaVision finale. As Wanda taught her boys, family is forever. (Marvel Studios/WandaVision)

Welcome to Westview: The finale of ‘WandaVision’

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Deputy Life Editor March 14, 2021
So much has brought us to this moment. Tune in for the epic showdown between Wanda Maximoff and the wicked witch of Westview to find out how the “WandaVision” story ends.
Wanda, in color, stares wistfully at the sitcom-perfect life she created for herself way back in episode one. Its taken so much to bring us to this moment, and its about to come crashing down. (Marvel Studios/WandaVision)

Welcome to Westview: Episode 8 of ‘WandaVision’

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Deputy Life Editor March 3, 2021
Bringing us full circle in the Westview story, the penultimate episode of “WandaVision” sees Wanda and Agatha explore Wanda’s traumatic history through a series of poignant flashbacks to key events in her life. Agatha’s still a wild card, but Wanda’s motives have finally become clear.
Exasperation is the word of the hour in episode 7 of WandaVision, as Wanda struggles—in Modern Family interview format—to figure out why the Westview illusion is falling apart. Dont look at us, Wanda: were just as confused. (Marvel Studios/WandaVision)

Welcome to Westview: Episode 7 of ‘WandaVision’

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Deputy Life Editor February 25, 2021
Episode seven marks a true return to classic MCU content in the pocket reality of “WandaVision,” with new hero and villain reveals that we’ve all been waiting for. And it does so in the ironic, self-aware bubble of early 2000s mockumentary humor—what a duo!
In episode 6s Halloween Spooktacular, Wandas decked out in a classic Scarlet Witch costume as an homage to Marvel comics. But to fit the sitcom reality, she says shes dressed as a Sokovian fortune teller. (Marvel Studios/WandaVision)

Welcome to Westview: Episode 6 of “WandaVision”

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Deputy Life Editor February 19, 2021
Things were always weird in Westview, but in episode six of “WandaVision,” they’re getting even weirder. The stakes have never been this high.
Wanda and Vision have their first heated argument of the series as the Westview illusion threatens to topple down around them. (Marvel Studios/WandaVision)

Welcome to Westview: Episode 5 of ‘WandaVision’

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Deputy Life Editor February 9, 2021
Emotions run high in episode five of “WandaVision,” with revelation after revelation raising more questions than they answer. Westview is falling apart.
Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) stands outside the Westview anomaly with FBI Agent Jimmy Woo (Randall Park) from the Ant-Man films. (Marvel Studios/WandaVision)

Welcome to Westview: Episode 4 of ‘WandaVision’

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Deputy Life Editor January 31, 2021
Episode four of “WandaVision” provides some much-needed context within the larger MCU timeline, making the Westview anomaly that much more unusual. Old fan-favorites also make a welcome return.
Wanda’s telekinetic powers go haywire in the latest episode of “WandaVision, but it’s nothing she and Vision can’t handle—especially through wacky 70s humor. (Marvel Studios/WandaVision)

Welcome to Westview: Episode 3 of ‘WandaVision’

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Deputy Life Editor January 23, 2021
Tune into episode three of “WandaVision” for a hearty dose of 70s whimsy—and the same uncomfortable, uncanny strangeness that made the first two episodes so captivating.
Unexplainable things begin to happen in Westview in the first two episodes of Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision,” like when Wanda stumbles upon a toy helicopter tangled in her rose bushes—a colorful contrast to the black-and-white world of 50s and 60s television. (Marvel Studios/WandaVision)

Tune into “WandaVision” for a dreamy, uncanny return to the MCU

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Deputy Life Editor January 18, 2021
The universe is expanding! The first two episodes of Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision” are finally here, and their unsettling nostalgia perfectly introduces audiences to the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe—this time, on the small screen.
Poster for “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”

Strange doesn’t even begin to describe Marvel’s ‘Multiverse of Madness’

Aashi Gurijala, Staff Writer May 14, 2022
Marvel’s new hit movie leaves fans everywhere with unsettled feelings for their favorite characters.
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Marvel Studios’ ‘Moon Knight’ has unrealized potential

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Life Editor April 3, 2022
The timid first episode of “Moon Knight” presents flashy, interesting concepts that could take the often-predictable studio in an unprecedented direction, but they’re gonna have to stop playing it safe to get there.
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The best Barton Christmas ever: The finale of ‘Hawkeye’

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Life Editor January 19, 2022
Yeah, “Hawkeye” ended almost a month ago, and you’re probably not thinking about it much anymore. Ironically, that’s exactly why it’s such a good show.
Trees on campus, as photographed on Nov. 5, 2021

2021 in review: change as a constant

Jessica M. Barker and Rachael Perrotta December 31, 2021
Before 2022 gets into full swing, The Hustler takes a look at some of 2021’s most notable headlines.
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