The Vanderbilt Hustler

Langford Auditorium, where the Chancellor's Lecture Series events are usually held.

America Ferrera, John Bolton, Susan Rice and Anderson Cooper to speak at Chancellor’s Lecture Series this spring

January 12, 2020

Hosted by Interim Chancellor Susan R. Wente, this spring’s lecture series focuses on opening dialogue about our increasingly connected world.

Kirkland hall behind yellow flowers

Vanderbilt brings back legacy admissions as factor in admissions

January 12, 2020

After Vanderbilt began considering alumni relation as a factor in admission after previously dropping the practice, one alumnus has begun a public campaign for Vanderbilt to stop considering legacy admissions, pledging $5,000 if Vanderbilt agrees to end legacy admissions.

A construction crew works to transition Kensington Pl. to a green space on Aug. 18 as part of the redesign of the West End Neighborhood.

The beginning of the (West) end: Town Hall details construction updates for upcoming months

January 12, 2020

Officials meet to discuss student concerns and plans for FutureVU.

Plants hang from ceiling in one room of the greenhouse

Almost all greenhouse plants gone, but Vanderbilt yet to make decision on Stevenson Center 2 architect or construction company

January 12, 2020

The University of the South, the Nashville Zoo and the New York Botanical Garden now house several of Vanderbilt’s plant specimens.

Nicholas S. Zeppos Residential College will be complete for student move-in Aug. 2020, but the West End tower, visible in the far left of this photo, will not be completed until spring 2021.

2019 Year in Review: Building up, standing up and marching forward

January 5, 2020

As we start 2020, The Hustler looked back at everything that happened in 2019

Kirkland Hall, which houses the offices of Vanderbilt's upper administration.

University holds unconscious bias trainings for high-level administrators, rolls out series of workshops for future learning

January 5, 2020

Through a train-the-trainer program, the Office for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion hopes to facilitate trainings across departments in upcoming months

Langford Auditorium, where the Chancellor's Lecture Series events are usually held.

Vanderbilt announces Janelle Monáe and Yusef Salaam to be featured in MLK Day panel

December 19, 2019

Monáe, a singer-songwriter and actress, and Salaam, one of the ‘Central Park Five,’ will speak on a panel moderated by Divinity School Dean Emilie Townes.

Nashville at night.

Vanderbilt Poll reveals Tennesseans largely agree on the good condition of the economy, social concerns

December 17, 2019

Tennesseans split on impeachment, approval of representatives in D.C., how state should spend its $1 billion in unspent federal anti-poverty funds

Incoming Chancellor Daniel Diermeier talks to students at meet & greet in Student Life Center Ballroom.

Newly appointed chancellor Daniel Diermeier addresses Vanderbilt at Meet & Greet

December 6, 2019

Vanderbilt community had the chance to meet the incoming Chancellor Dec. 4.

From left to right, Jon Meacham, Amanda Little, Steven Pinker and Carl Zimmer on stage at Langford Auditorium Dec. 3.

Q&A with Steven Pinker, Carl Zimmer and Amanda Little

December 5, 2019

The Hustler met with all three speakers of the Dec. 3 Chancellor Lecture Series event

Plants within one of the rooms of the greenhouse

Greenhouse manager eliminated, possibility of greenhouse permanently closing as part of decision to decant Stevenson Center Two

December 4, 2019

Despite many renovations to Stevenson Center Two not beginning until 2020, the greenhouse will be closed starting in mid-Jan. and the creation of a new greenhouse is left unclear

Vanderbilt Chancellor Daniel Diermeier. (Photo courtesy Vanderbilt University)

Incoming Chancellor Daniel Diermeier on diversity, graduate student unionization and Vanderbilt’s international reputation

December 4, 2019

Vanderbilt named Daniel Diermeier the ninth Chancellor of the university Dec. 4. Diermeier is the curren...