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Tennessee Department of Health resumes vaccination outreach to minors

Sally Johnson and Katherine Oung August 2, 2021
A July 12 policy prohibiting sending vaccine reminders to minors and holding school-wide vaccination events was overturned on July 23.
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Members of VSG, Dores Divest, DivestVU meet with administrators to discuss fossil fuel divestment

Brendan O'Reilly, Staff Writer July 29, 2021
Ben Hayden of Dores Divest stated that the meeting went positively and that all formal decisions about divestment are in the hands of the Board of Trust and Chancellor Daniel Diermeier.
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Q&A: Newly appointed Provost Raver talks to The Hustler about research, equity and student groups

Jessica M. Barker and Rachael Perrotta July 28, 2021
C. Cybele Raver replaced Susan R. Wente as the university’s provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs on July 1, 2021.
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Carmichael Towers East to be imploded on July 31

Stratten Labrum July 27, 2021
The demolition is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. CDT and will last around 15 minutes.
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Meet the seven Class of 2025 Ingram Scholars

Mae Monette and Immanual John Milton July 25, 2021
Standout characteristics for the chosen scholars were honesty and humility, per Faculty Director Brian Heuser.
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Vanderbilt study reveals Nashville was relatively resilient after the Colonial Pipeline shutdown

Ekta Anand and Aaditi Lele July 23, 2021
The study points to Nashville’s greater petroleum access via waterways as the reason it fared better during the shutdown than other southeastern cities relying on the Colonial Pipeline.
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GEO to resume Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 study abroad programs

Jonathan Liu, Deputy News Editor July 20, 2021
Thirteen Fall 2021 programs will take place across eight countries, including a new opportunity at Yonsei University in South Korea. Regarding Spring 2022 opportunities, students can choose from approximately 50 programs in 25 countries.
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Changes made to Recreation and Wellness Center as Vanderbilt downsizes COVID-19 testing

Lorenz Chen, Staff Writer July 19, 2021
The Vanderbilt COVID-19 testing center has been relocated from the main gym to the auxiliary gym inside of the Rec, which continues to operate at a limited capacity for students.
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Class of 2024 to engage in traditional first-year programming via The Sophomore Experience

Rachael Perrotta, News Editor July 17, 2021
The Sophomore Experience includes a “re-orientation,” Commons signature events, education about campus resources and Nashville excursions.
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One casualty after July 10 shooting across from the Village at Vanderbilt

Charlotte Mauger, Managing Editor July 10, 2021

Vanderbilt University Police Department (VUPD) alerted the Vanderbilt community to seek shelter due to a reported shooting across from the Village at Vanderbilt at approximately 1:38 a.m. CDT on July 10....

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Undergraduate student passes away

Thomas Hum, Managing Editor July 6, 2021
Brian Joseph Adams, a rising senior in the College of Arts and Science studying english and history, was 21 years old and is remembered by his friends for his sense of humor and selfless character.
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Undergraduate student passes away in Florida building collapse

Thomas Hum, Managing Editor July 1, 2021
21-year-old Andreas Giannitsopoulos, senior and economics major in the College of Arts and Science, was identified as one of the victims of the Surfside, Florida, condo collapse.
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