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Ice cream from Jeni's, as photographed in 2018. (Hustler Multimedia/Emily Gonçalves)

Commodores get creative to maximize their extra $50-a-day

Jorie Fawcett and Veronica Tadross September 7, 2021
Students optimize their extra $50-a-day with "Meal Money hacks" as Vanderbilt administration struggles to respond to understaffed dining halls.
warren college sign

Meet the five new faculty heads leading Vanderbilt residential houses and colleges

Aaditi Lele September 6, 2021
Three Commons houses—Hank Ingram, West and Gillette —along with Warren College and E. Bronson Ingram College welcome new residential faculty heads for the 2020-21 year.
the engineering and science building

Computer Science Department expands as student interest grows

Stephanie Ting and Shunnar Virani September 6, 2021
The Computer Science Department split from the Electrical Engineering Department in Fall 2021 and continues to expand.
nada sign on 21st ave

Effects of $50 Meal Money credits on Taste of Nashville restaurants

Brina Ratangee September 5, 2021
Despite staffing and food shortages, Taste of Nashville restaurants benefited from higher-than-usual tips and increased foot traffic from Aug. 24 to 29, as a result of a daily $50 student Meal Money credit.
clothes on tables in Sarratt

VSG hosts free pop-up thrift store

Katherine Oung, Staff Writer September 5, 2021
The pop-up thrift store was located at the Sarratt Gallery and featured over 2,000 pounds of used clothing sourced from Vanderbilt community donations.
dining tent located on Commons Lawn

Vanderbilt reinstalls outdoor tents for dining and gathering

Ekta Anand September 3, 2021
This fall, students, faculty and staff will have an outdoor alternative for various campus activities including dining and studying.
picture of blakemore house from the front

UPDATED: Nine students awaiting COVID-19 test results sent to Hayes Street Hotel to quarantine

Charlotte Mauger, Managing Editor September 3, 2021
Vanderbilt reserved 17 rooms for two weeks to be used as quarantine housing, per a hotel employee.
martha ingram statue on commons

Students report being unable to obtain rapid COVID-19 tests

Katherine Oung, Staff Writer September 2, 2021
Amid reports of professors and students testing positive for COVID-19 and having to quarantine, some classes have moved online temporarily and Student Health allegedly ran out of rapid tests.
East House from the side

MLC holds Multicultural Affair, first in-person event since March 2020

Katherine Oung, Staff Writer August 31, 2021
Over 270 students attended the Multicultural Affair, held on Commons Lawn on Aug. 26 at 6 p.m. CDT.
dining tables in Rand from a birds eye view

UPDATED: Dining halls decrease to 50 percent capacity

Rachael Perrotta, News Editor August 30, 2021
Compostable products will be used in dining halls instead of metal and plastic items.
furman hall

Vanderbilt ranked in bottom 25 percent in ‘progressivity’ compared to peer institutions

Deniz Orbay and Rachael Perrotta August 29, 2021
Rankings were based on individual ratings of each university’s efforts in diversity, inclusivity, health and well-being, sustainability and freedom of speech.
Afghanistan in Crisis graphic

Unity Project hosts panel on Afghanistan crisis

Laila Polk August 29, 2021
Former JSOC commander and retired U.S. Air Force Lt. General Scott A. Howell and professors Samar Ali, Thomas Schwartz and Michael Newton talked about the humanitarian, diplomatic and military crises in Afghanistan.
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