The Vanderbilt Hustler

Vanderbilt's campus has remained empty since students left campus in March.

Those left behind: life for international students still on campus

June 17, 2020

Students unable to travel home because of COVID-19 travel restrictions share space with VUMC workers, order delivery meals and try to maintain a sense of community in spite of social distancing.

Highland quad with the sun streaming in front and a tree

Housing constraints will require that new transfer students live off-campus for the 2020-2021 academic year

June 12, 2020

The university said in an email statement that this change will not affect financial aid packages and that students can utilize the Off-Campus Housing Service to find places to live nearby.

Rand Hall. (Hustler Multimedia/Hunter Long)

Campus Dining set to end Rand walk-ins June 8

June 9, 2020

Per a June 1 Instagram announcement, Campus Dining said they will no longer offer walk-in services at Rand and will instead exclusively utilize online delivery services to those still on campus.

Students can now share immediate feedback with Campus Dining via the new 'Text and Tell' initiative.

Campus Dining launches two new student-facing initiatives: ‘Text and Tell’ and ‘Get Well Meals’

February 13, 2020

The Get Well Meals was spurred out of a concern for student health and well-being, according to Director of Campus Dining Business Services Operations Sean Carroll.

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.

Most rising juniors denied for off-campus housing, Zeppos College to be mostly complete by Aug. 2020

February 9, 2020

OHARE denied rising juniors due to an unprecedentedly high number of rising seniors applying to live off campus.

Commons Dining Hall on Peabody Campus.

Q&A with Vanderbilt’s new dietician, Emily Suttle

February 4, 2020

Suttle joined Vanderbilt this year and is available for appointments at [email protected]

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.

A sign stands in Kissam Kitchen announcing lunch at Kissam.

Campus Dining: new Kissam lunch, vegan omelettes, dining hours now available on NetNutrition

January 9, 2020

In addition, Free Fridays and Munchie Mondays will continue this semester, starting with free Rand cookies at 11:00 a.m. Jan. 13.

Aertson Midtown sits across 21st Ave. from Vanderbilt's campus.

Aertson graduates: apartment complex decides to no longer lease to undergraduates

December 10, 2019

Starting with the 2020-2021 school year, Aertson Midtown will not allow new undergraduate students to live in the complex

(Photo courtesy Campus Dining Instagram)

VSG and Campus Dining launch ‘Choose to Reuse’ program

November 17, 2019

The organizations further sustainability mission, launch program to provide students reusable containers beginning Nov. 18

A construction site on Commons, featuring a view of a large piece of machinery.

Construction updates: Grad student village to house grocery store and coffee shop, plans to improve access to Peabody Campus, other updates

November 15, 2019

Interim Chancellor Susan Wente and Vice Chancellor for Administration Eric Kopstain discussed ongoing Peabody renovations, the 21st Ave corridor and new facilities for graduate students at a FutureVU town hall Nov. 12

E. Bronson Ingram, Vanderbilt's most recently completed residential college, which opened its doors to students in Fall 2018. Nicholas S. Zeppos College, set to open in Fall 2020, will feature a design similar to E. Bronson Ingram College. (Photo courtesy Claire Barnett)

Newest residential college stamped Nicholas S. Zeppos College

November 11, 2019

At the Chancellor’s Farewell Gala Nov. 8, the new residential college on West End was dedicated to Chancellor Emeritus Nicholas S. Zeppos