The Vanderbilt Hustler

The Ingram Scholarship is awarded each year to seven to ten incoming Vanderbilt first-years who exemplify the values of character, service, leadership and giving. (Hustler Staff/Emma Mattson)

Class of 2024 Ingram Scholars reflect on quarantine, service and Fall 2020 plans

July 1, 2020

The Hustler sat down with this year’s ten Ingram Scholars to hear what they’ve been up to during quarantine and their hopes for the future.

The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons serves as a home for all incoming first-year students, but life will look different here than it did in the past.

Incoming first-years scramble in reaction to Vanderbilt’s Return to Campus plan

June 18, 2020

Students from the incoming Class of 2024 react to the fall 2020 plan and what it means for their first semester on campus.

The Office of the University Registrar serves to provide “timely, accurate, and efficient service, and is dedicated to ensuring the integrity, confidentiality, and security of Vanderbilt education records,” per its website.

Track the Cash: How Vanderbilt’s summer session tuition stacks up against peer institutions

June 4, 2020

The Hustler examines Vanderbilt’s summer session tuition and compares costs across public and private universities both in and out of state.

Saratt Student Center. (Hustler Multimedia/Claire Barnett)

The Hustler sits down with the 2020 Founder’s Medalists

May 19, 2020

Named after Cornelius Vanderbilt, the award is given to one student graduating from each of Vanderbilt’s ten schools and colleges.

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20M donation to newly-minted WCNDD for research on potential treatments for central nervous system disorders

May 17, 2020

The Warren Foundation donated to further potential treatments for disorders such as schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s on May 5.

Career center pamphlets on display on a table, one of which features a smiling student

Vanderbilt students adapt to online summer

May 6, 2020

With many in-person internships cancelled and summer courses moved online, Vanderbilt students look elsewhere for summer opportunities.

Vanderbilt has extended its 4+1 Masters program deadlines for graduating seniors, with the earliest new deadlines in May.

Vanderbilt extends 4+1 Masters program application deadlines

May 2, 2020

In light of the job market uncertainty caused by COVID-19, Vanderbilt recently reached out to seniors about graduate school opportunities with extended deadlines.

HOD interns and student teachers Zoom to graduation

HOD interns and student teachers Zoom to graduation

April 19, 2020

Students whose internships and student-teaching positions were disrupted by COVID-19 are still able to graduate on time and receive full credit.

Vanderbilt Medical Center

VUMC physicians see progress in the treatment of COVID-19, vaccine development

April 16, 2020

Infectious disease specialist and thoracic surgeon showcase vaccine trials, public health responses and new clinical findings.

Featheringill Hall, which houses engineering courses. The School of Engineering does not typically have a

No ‘dead week’ for A&S students this year

April 13, 2020

Students in the College of Arts and Science may be assigned tests, quizzes and other coursework between April 14 and 20, which are typically prohibited during this period.

The Center For Teaching's Online Course Design Institute will be offered May 4 through Aug. 10.

Professors react to the move to distance learning

April 13, 2020

While student learning may be affected in the transition, some professors find some silver linings in the unusual format, from spending time with their kids to boosts in student engagement.

Kirkland Hall.

All Vanderbilt undergraduate classes to be eligible for pass/fail status

March 17, 2020

Deans from all undergraduate colleges agree to extend the pass/fail deadline from Jan. 20 to April 10.