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Lewis, Zhang to attempt qualification as approved write-in candidates for VSG presidential election

The pair’s platform consists of ten goals that aim to reform academic and social life on campus.
Brendan O'Reilly, Staff Writer March 24, 2021
The pair’s platform consists of ten goals that aim to reform academic and social life on campus.
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Self-designed interdisciplinary majors available to A&S students

The self-designed interdisciplinary major allows A&S students to design their own major with a personalized course load.
Trent Griffith, Staff Writer March 23, 2021
The self-designed interdisciplinary major allows A&S students to design their own major with a personalized course load.
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Bowlds and Harmon no longer seeking approved write-in status for VSG presidential election

With approximately 100 signatures left to amass before achieving approved write-in status, Bowlds and Harmon decide to end their campaign.
Charlotte Mauger and Rachael Perrotta March 23, 2021
With approximately 100 signatures left to amass before achieving approved write-in status, Bowlds and Harmon decide to end their campaign.
Grant Bowlds and Lauren Harmon’s campaign advertisement. (Hustler Staff/Rachael Perrotta)

Grant Bowlds and Lauren Harmon emerge as write-in options for VSG presidential election

The Bruns/Prowell ticket is the only campaign officially listed on the AnchorLink ballot, aside from potential write-ins, which include Bowlds and Harmon.
Jessica M. Barker and Rachael Perrotta March 22, 2021
The Bruns/Prowell ticket is the only campaign officially listed on the AnchorLink ballot, aside from potential write-ins, which include Bowlds and Harmon.
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VSG election voting rescheduled to today at 5 p.m. through Wednesday 9 p.m.

Hours following the withdrawal of the Gould/Mittal ticket, Elections Commission confirms voting will be expedited to today.
Hours following the withdrawal of the Gould/Mittal ticket, Elections Commission confirms voting will be expedited to today.
Sigma Chi on Greek Row. Picture taken on Nov. 15, 2020. (Hustler Multimedia/Hallie Williams)

Jordan Gould drops out of VSG election, admits to being present at Sigma Chi North/South week

According to VSG Statute 5.6.6, write-in candidates are still eligible for nomination, meaning that the election will proceed normally.
According to VSG Statute 5.6.6, write-in candidates are still eligible for nomination, meaning that the election will proceed normally.
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Students react to developments in 2021 VSG presidential election

The Hustler sat down with students to field their thoughts on the tickets’ platforms, campaign violations and changes to the election timeline.
Jonathan Liu and Charlotte Mauger March 21, 2021
The Hustler sat down with students to field their thoughts on the tickets’ platforms, campaign violations and changes to the election timeline.
Wyatt Center on the Peabody Esplanade. Picture taken on Nov. 7, 2020. (Hustler Multimedia/Alex Venero)

Vanderbilt professors publish letter addressing Tennessee educational inequalities

The letter urges the state to focus on language development, student inclusivity and additional resources for schools.
Jake Schenthal, Staff Writer March 20, 2021
The letter urges the state to focus on language development, student inclusivity and additional resources for schools.
Kirkland Hall during the fall. Photo taken on Oct. 12, 2020. (Hustler Multimedia/Emery Little)

VSG election pushed back a week, campaigning suspended until Monday

The campaign period will resume Monday, March 22, and voting will be open from March 29 until March 31.
The campaign period will resume Monday, March 22, and voting will be open from March 29 until March 31.
Central Library on Vanderbilt's campus, photographed September 10, 2020. (Alex Venero/Hustler Multimedia)

VSG campaigning to resume amidst claims of campaign violations

Deputy of VSG Elections Commission Jordyn Perry stated that there were claims of campaign violations against the Bruns/Prowell ticket.
Immanual John Milton and Rachael Perrotta March 19, 2021
Deputy of VSG Elections Commission Jordyn Perry stated that there were claims of campaign violations against the Bruns/Prowell ticket.
Kirkland Hall. Picture taken on Feb. 5, 2021. (Hustler Multimedia/Anjali Chanda)

College of Arts and Science increases Ph.D. stipends 10 to 15 percent; Graduate Student Village scheduled to open Fall 2023

Construction on the Village was delayed a year because of COVID-19 and a change in partners, per Vice Chancellor for Administration Eric Kopstain.
Emma Mattson, Copy Editor March 18, 2021
Construction on the Village was delayed a year because of COVID-19 and a change in partners, per Vice Chancellor for Administration Eric Kopstain.
Calhoun Hall, named after William Henry Calhoun, a Nashville silversmith and slave owner. Picture taken on Oct. 29, 2020. (Hustler Multimedia/Geena Han)

Building names on campus reflect Vanderbilt’s history with slavery, segregation and civil rights

Building names like Garland, McTyeire and Crawford illustrate Vanderbilt’s complicated history with racism.
Nathan Miao and Ryan Suddath March 18, 2021
Building names like Garland, McTyeire and Crawford illustrate Vanderbilt’s complicated history with racism.
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