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IN PHOTOS: The Lunar New Year Festival Showcase 2020

Students dance in Watersleeves.

Jenny Gao, Staff Photographer

February 25, 2020

Check out our multimedia coverage of this year’s Lunar New Year Festival Showcase

Misleading poster circulates Vanderbilt as student case of mumps is confirmed

This photo was taken outside Rand near Buttrick on Sunday Feb. 23. Student Health says that a third MMR vaccine is not recommended unless students have been contacted by the university.

Grace Lee, Staff Writer

February 24, 2020

Student Health does not currently advise a third MMR vaccine unless students have been in close contact with an infected individual.

IFC membership is down 37 percent from 2015, six of ten IFC fraternities currently on social suspension

Greek Row.

Immanual John Milton, Deputy News Editor

February 23, 2020

At least seven fraternities scheduled to return to campus in the next five years, including Beta Theta Pi this fall.

Lunar New Year Festival celebrates Year of the Rat with Ratatouille-inspired showcase

Students paint words of good luck at VUCA's Lunar New Year celebration Jan. 24.

Kleio Jiang

February 21, 2020

VUCSSA, VUCA and AASA each host annual celebrations of the Lunar New Year that showcase cultural performances and art exhibitions. This year’s Lunar New Year Festival draws inspiration from the animated movie Ratatouille, due to the fact that 2020 is the year of the rat.

‘I just don’t understand using the fact of a pre-clearance process as a fact not to be forthcoming’: former National Security Advisors Susan Rice and John Bolton discuss impeachment testimony, foreign policy and more at Chancellor’s Lecture Series event

Susan Rice and John Bolton sit with the moderators to discuss issues in leather chairs on top of a rug in Langford Auditorium

Jessica M. Barker, Deputy News Editor

February 20, 2020

After serving as National Security Advisors to various presidential administrations, Rice and Bolton came to Langford Auditorium, speaking to a sold-out house about their experiences in the role and weighing in on future implications of foreign policy decisions.

Array of Things sensor data suggest changes to 21st Ave. crosswalks, pedestrian bridge

Senior Caroline Janssen, who is studying civil engineering, stands with an Array of Things sensor. Sensors like this one are located at the Commons Bridge, by the Baker Building and at the corner of 21st Ave. and Broadway. (Photo courtesy Shun Ahmed, VU Engineering Communications)

Emma Mattson, Copy Editor

February 19, 2020

A civil engineering team installs sensors across campus to collect environmental data and video footage.

Vanderbilt’s Office for Inclusive Excellence continues ‘InclusAbility Campaign’

InclusAbility campaign is run by the Office of Inclusive Excellence. (Photo by Claire Barnett)

Katie Crawford

February 19, 2020

InclusAbility Campaign this year includes a series of workshops, speakers and other programming throughout the semester to educate the Vanderbilt student body and celebrate those who are disabled.

AEI college affordability event showcases Vanderbilt professor’s work on the importance of accessible student loans

Pictured from left to right: Bing Chen, Dr. Lesley Turner, Jason Delisle, Jacob Schroeder, 
Joseph Humphries, and Joshua Higgs after the AEI discussion on Thursday night.

Robert Gottschalk

February 17, 2020

AEI resident scholar Jason Delisle discusses higher education costs and accessibility with Vanderbilt economics professor Lesley Turner.

Vanderbilt limits international study abroad program options for A&S and Peabody students

Poster of Maymester and Study Abroad poster

Jessica M. Barker, Deputy News Editor

February 16, 2020

The policy change, announced in Jan. 28 and Feb. 6 emails for A&S and Peabody respectively, prompted the passage of a VSG Senate resolution. The resolution calls for administration to delay the change.