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 A second-year medical student receives their COVID-19 booster shots at VUMC on Oct. 7, 2021. (Hustler Staff/Jazlyn Selvasingh)

COVID-19 booster shots now available at VUMC

Jazlyn Selvasingh, Staff Writer November 4, 2021
Eligible students and faculty can now receive the Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson booster vaccines at student health and the occupational health clinic respectively. 10,000 Vanderbilt students and faculty members received the Pfizer booster during VUMC’s Boosta-Palooza event.
student stars at laptop studying

Phishing attacks spur updated university cybersecurity policies

Charlotte Mauger, Managing Editor November 3, 2021
Increased email security measures will go into place in January in the wake of fraudulent emails and to further build on the university’s goal to improve their cybersecurity.
Chabad Vanderbilt’s Pink Challah Bake

Vanderbilt student organizations fundraise for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Bailey McCallister, Staff Writer November 2, 2021
Vanderbilt Athletics, Vanderbilt Chabad, the Vanderbilt Cancer Society and numerous Panhellenic and National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) sororities launch initiatives supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Mr. C riding a swing at the homecoming block party

Homecoming Weekend 2021: Smaller scale, same effect

Ekta Anand, Staff Writer October 31, 2021
Current and former students were able to reconnect in spite of COVID-19 event restrictions.
The front of the newly opened Multicultural Community Space, as photographed on Oct. 28, 2021. (Hustler Multimedia/Shun Ahmed)

Multicultural Community Space open to students as of Oct. 28

Katherine Oung, Deputy News Editor October 30, 2021
Over 200 people attended the grand opening, which featured a ribbon cutting, keynote speakers and food trucks.
outstanding seniors

Meet the Class of 2022 Top 10 Outstanding Seniors and winner

Ekta Anand and Brina Ratangee October 29, 2021
The Hustler sat down with this year’s finalists and winner to reflect on their involvement at Vanderbilt and in greater Nashville.
The Vanderbilt College Democrats and Republicans’ Green New Deal debate in the Kissam Student Center

Vanderbilt College Democrats and Republicans debate the Green New Deal

Anders Westermann October 29, 2021
The hour-long debate featured back-and-forth arguing, personal insults and cursing.
stacey newman speaking at a conference

‘I can’t watch ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ because I’ve lived it’: Q&A with Honorable Stacey Newman

Rachael Perrotta, News Editor October 28, 2021
Honorable Stacey Newman talks to The Hustler about students’ civic duty, life in the public eye and Roe v. Wade.
Image showing a stack of green books of the budget of the United States

U.S. Federal Depository locations on campus to merge by 2022

Katherine Oung and Aaditi Lele October 27, 2021

Vanderbilt’s U.S. Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) collection will be consolidated into a single catalogue by May 2022, per Federal Depository Coordinator Will Stringfellow. It comprises 700,000...

APIDAM lantern exhibit at Rand Hall, photographed Oct. 20. (Hustler Staff/Ekta Anand)

AASA hosts events for APIDA month at Vanderbilt

Ekta Anand, Staff Writer October 26, 2021
October marks the celebration of Asian heritage through food, crafts and conversation.
the former DKE house on campus

UPDATED: Office of Greek Life director condemns off-campus operations by former DKE students

Rachael Perrotta, News Editor October 26, 2021
Kristin Torrey, director of the Office of Greek Life, stated in an email that students formerly affiliated with DKE have been hosting fraternity activities off-campus, including recruitment and social events.
Eskind Biomedical Library sign

Vanderbilt doctoral student passes away

Thomas Hum, Managing Editor October 26, 2021
Jorge Bahena was a doctoral student and graduate student research assistant at VUMC pursuing a doctor of philosophy in human genetics.
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