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Student crosses the street in snow

Feb. 19 weather update: testing center remains closed, campus dining schedule changes and modified library hours

Friday's update includes changes to schedules for on-campus dining facilities as well as modified hours for campus libraries.
Thomas Hum, News Copy Editor February 19, 2021
Friday's update includes changes to schedules for on-campus dining facilities as well as modified hours for campus libraries.
LaTosha Brown in Murray Lecture

Black Voters Matter Co-Founder LaTosha Brown gives 13th Annual Murray Lecture

On Feb. 16, Brown gave the 13th Annual Murray lecture, speaking about her work as Co-Founder of Black Voters Matter and the future of American government.
Sally Johnson, Staff Writer February 18, 2021
On Feb. 16, Brown gave the 13th Annual Murray lecture, speaking about her work as Co-Founder of Black Voters Matter and the future of American government.
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Students on meal plan to receive daily $20 ‘Inclement Weather Plan’ stipend from Feb. 17-19

The funds will expire at the end of each day.
Rachael Perrotta, Staff Writer February 17, 2021
The funds will expire at the end of each day.
snow

University releases snow removal plan and updates to Wednesday dining options

Updates include Rand ‘Happy Hour’ and a map of snow-cleared pathways across campus.
Jonathan Liu, Deputy News Editor February 17, 2021
Updates include Rand ‘Happy Hour’ and a map of snow-cleared pathways across campus.
A path behind McGill Hall is covered in snow. (Hustler Staff/Jessica Barker)

Winter Vandyland: snow can’t cancel virtual classes

Dining services closed and a dining tent collapsed as students and staff handle heavy precipitation and more than two inches of snow.
Annabelle Abbott, Staff Writer February 15, 2021
Dining services closed and a dining tent collapsed as students and staff handle heavy precipitation and more than two inches of snow.
Car in snow conditions

Testing center to remain closed Feb. 16, Campus Dining continues to offer modified hours and service

With snowfall accumulations and extreme temperatures persisting into Tuesday, the university has chosen to keep the testing center closed, continue modified dining service among other updates.
Thomas Hum, News Copy Editor February 15, 2021
With snowfall accumulations and extreme temperatures persisting into Tuesday, the university has chosen to keep the testing center closed, continue modified dining service among other updates.
Snow and ice cover Vanderbilt's campus on Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, one day after 65-degree weather. Classes were canceled, creating a four-day weekend for students. (Hustler Multimedia/Claire Barnett)

New Campus Dining closures announced for Feb. 15 due to weather conditions

Rand and Commons will operate at regular hours.
Immanual John Milton, Editor in Chief February 15, 2021
Rand and Commons will operate at regular hours.
snowy weather

Testing center closed Feb. 15 due to inclement weather, classes to operate on schedule

Undergraduates are instructed to forgo their first test of the week if it is scheduled for Monday, but should still attend their second test of the week as scheduled Wednesday to Friday, per Feb. 14 announcement.
Thomas Hum, News Copy Editor February 15, 2021
Undergraduates are instructed to forgo their first test of the week if it is scheduled for Monday, but should still attend their second test of the week as scheduled Wednesday to Friday, per Feb. 14 announcement.
image of flowers outside of fuman

VSG endorses Graduate Workers United List of Demands for the Spring 2021 Semester

The resolution passed 15 to three, against the counsel of Dean of Students Mark Bandas and without endorsement from the Graduate Student Council.
Emma Mattson, Copy Editor February 13, 2021
The resolution passed 15 to three, against the counsel of Dean of Students Mark Bandas and without endorsement from the Graduate Student Council.
Students can use their iPhone, Android device or physical card to gain access around campus. (Hustler Multimedia/Hunter Long)

University adopts single active credential policy with mobile Commodore Card

Students are permitted to have one single credential active at any time.
Avery Muir, Managing Editor February 10, 2021
Students are permitted to have one single credential active at any time.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Biochemistry professor Tansey discovers protein that could melt tumors

The discovery of MYC-HCF1 interactions may lead to a future tumor-shrinking treatment.
Jake Schenthal, Staff Writer February 9, 2021
The discovery of MYC-HCF1 interactions may lead to a future tumor-shrinking treatment.
An on-campus sign featuring a masked squirrel reads

Vanderbilt Fall vs. Spring: What’s the Difference?

Vice Chancellor Kopstain reports more in-person classes, elaborating on policy changes such as twice weekly testing and reopening the Recreation and Wellness Center.
Ryan Suddath, Staff Writer February 8, 2021
Vice Chancellor Kopstain reports more in-person classes, elaborating on policy changes such as twice weekly testing and reopening the Recreation and Wellness Center.
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