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Civil rights attorney Ben Crump speaks at VPB event

Sam Stubbs, Staff Writer November 19, 2021
Crump has represented the families of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, attendees of the 2021 Astroworld Festival and residents of Flint, Michigan.
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Phi Delta Theta fraternity to return to campus in Spring 2022

Rachael Perrotta, News Editor November 19, 2021
The Vanderbilt chapter of the fraternity was suspended in Spring 2017 after violating the fraternity’s anti-hazing and alcohol-free housing policies.
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Vanderbilt records a 57.1 percent increase in endowment in 2021, totaling over $10 billion market value

Krisha Shah, Staff Writer November 18, 2021
The 2021 fiscal year saw Vanderbilt’s value increase to $10.93 billion from $6.92 billion in the 2020 fiscal year, according to the 2021 Vanderbilt Financial Report.
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Renewed three-year contract for campus workers negotiated between university and workers’ union

Ryder Li, Staff Writer November 18, 2021
The new contract, set to expire in Spring 2024, establishes improved minimum wage, a new paid holiday and additional career path opportunities.
The Project Safe Center, as photographed Sept. 27, 2021. (Hustler Multimedia/Claire Gatlin)

VSG hosts ‘It’s On Us’ action week to advocate for sexual assault prevention and awareness

Aaditi Lele and Anders Westermann November 14, 2021
Student government reacts to recent reports of on-campus sexual assault with a petition and a week of action.
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Dr. Veronica Ades speaks on trauma-informed care as part of VUSM Flexner Deans’ Lecture Series

Sam Stubbs, Staff Writer November 12, 2021
In a Nov. 10 Zoom webinar, Dr. Ades discussed contextual approaches to medical care with regard to sexual trauma.
Infographic for “Nashville Through the Decades,” featuring Margaret Renkl. (Vanderbilt University)

Q&A: Author and New York Times columnist Margaret Renkl discusses Southern culture

Rachael Perrotta, Aaditi Lele, and Bailey McCallister November 9, 2021
The Hustler had a conversation with Margaret Renkl regarding her writing career, changes in Southern culture over the years and how Vanderbilt students can embrace the South.
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Vanderbilt University Law School receives $10 million gift from alumnus

Shunnar Virani November 9, 2021
Justin Ishbia (JD ’04) donated $10 million to the Vanderbilt University Law School.
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Vanderbilt community teams up with nonprofit OneGenAway for food distribution event

Sam Stubbs November 8, 2021
Volunteers delivered food to local families to help combat food insecurity in Nashville.
25th Avenue/Staff Garage, as photographed March 16. (Vanderbilt Hustler/Alex Venero)

Numerous thefts reported on and off campus

Sam Stubbs and Aidan Voorhis-Allen November 7, 2021
Reported incidents include vehicle thefts and e-payment scams.
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UPDATED: Olivia Hill, transgender Vanderbilt employee, files lawsuit against university alleging discrimination

Rachael Perrotta, News Editor November 7, 2021
The lawsuit details alleged incidents of harassment, sexism, transphobia and workplace safety concerns.
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Vanderbilt Rowing Club men’s team places first at world’s largest rowing event in men’s collegiate fours

Matthew Shipley November 7, 2021
The team won the race against other nationally ranked teams at the Head of the Charles Regatta rowing competition in Boston on Oct. 24.
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