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November on-campus events promote giving thanks
UPDATED: GoFundMe created for Vanderbilt employee whose home was destroyed
Three of 10 IFC fraternities suspended until 2022, another fraternity investigation underway
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Civil rights attorney Ben Crump speaks at VPB event
UPDATED: Vanderbilt College Democrats and Republicans debate the Green New Deal

UPDATED: Vanderbilt College Democrats and Republicans debate the Green New Deal

October 29, 2021

The hour-long debate featured back-and-forth arguing, personal insults and cursing.

‘I can’t watch ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ because I’ve lived it’: Q&A with Honorable Stacey Newman

‘I can’t watch ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ because I’ve lived it’: Q&A with Honorable Stacey Newman

October 28, 2021

Honorable Stacey Newman talks to The Hustler about students’ civic duty, life in the public eye and Roe v. Wade.

Q&A: Author Sasha Issenberg discusses the fight for same-sex marriage and LGBTQ+ rights

Q&A: Author Sasha Issenberg discusses the fight for same-sex marriage and LGBTQ+ rights

October 12, 2021

Issenberg’s recent book highlights the “human scale” of marriage equality, which he feels is the most important civil rights movement of this generation.

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Construction blasts near West End elicit complaints from students in nearby residence halls
Three of 10 IFC fraternities suspended until 2022, another fraternity investigation underway

Three of 10 IFC fraternities suspended until 2022, another fraternity investigation underway

November 20, 2021

Vanderbilt’s chapters of Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Nu and Zeta Beta Tau fraternities are currently on social suspension, and Sigma Chi fraternity faces a pending accountability investigation.

VSG hosts ‘It’s On Us’ action week to advocate for sexual assault prevention and awareness

VSG hosts ‘It’s On Us’ action week to advocate for sexual assault prevention and awareness

November 14, 2021

Student government reacts to recent reports of on-campus sexual assault with a petition and a week of action.

Numerous thefts reported on and off campus

Numerous thefts reported on and off campus

November 7, 2021

Reported incidents include vehicle thefts and e-payment scams.

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