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Vanderbilt to require COVID-19 vaccinations for Fall 2021 semester

Rachael Perrotta, News Editor May 17, 2021
Vaccines are mandated for all new and returning students; students may submit a religious or medical accommodation request by June 15.
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VSG Greek Life Campus Climate Survey discarded because of concerns with its design

Emma Mattson, Copy Editor May 12, 2021
NPHC leaders report being left out of VSG discussions surrounding the survey.
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BREAKING: Shooting on Main Campus at the Holiday Inn at Vanderbilt

Rachael Perrotta, Deputy News Editor May 10, 2021
This story was last updated at 9:50 p.m. CDT on May 11.
Wil De Los Santos announces winners of VALE awards

Winners of the 2021 Vanderbilt Awards for Leadership and Excellence announced

Stanley Zhao, Staff Writer May 6, 2021
To abide by COVID-19 protocol, a pre-recorded video replaced the traditional awards ceremony and commemorated the 2021 VALE recipients as well as Dean Bandas’s retirement.
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Cybele Raver appointed as Vanderbilt’s new Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

Rachael Perrotta, Deputy News Editor May 5, 2021
Raver will officially assume her position on July 1, 2021, replacing current Provost Susan R. Wente.
the NPHC house on Greek Row

Black cultural organizations and MLC leaders seek change within VSG

Emma Mattson, Copy Editor May 2, 2021
With Bruns and Prowell officially in office, Black campus leaders expressed concrete hopes for a new status quo between cultural organizations and VSG.
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Q&A: Ambassador Caroline Kennedy discusses racism in America, foreign relations, the postponed 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics and the pandemic

Thomas Hum, News Copy Editor April 30, 2021
Kennedy, who spoke virtually with the Class of 2020 Friday morning to lead off the Class of 2020’s Commencement celebrations, was also awarded the Nichols-Chancellor’s Medal.
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Professor Jon Meacham launches new Shining City Audio podcast studio

Sally Johnson, Staff Writer April 30, 2021
Meacham teamed up with Cadence13 to create Shining City Audio, a podcast studio that will begin by producing two history shows titled ‘Fate of Fact’ and ‘History is Us.’
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Lambda and VSG work to address recent anti-transgender legislation in TN

Charlotte Mauger, Deputy News Editor April 29, 2021
VUMC physician testifies against anti-trangender legislation and students work to advocate against discriminatory bills through Zoom events, attending house committee meetings and passing VSG resolutions.
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UPDATED: Campus Dining makes changes for finals week and Fall 2021

Brendan O'Reilly and Rachael Perrotta April 29, 2021
Dining hours and options will be limited beginning May 1, while Munchie Mart operations will remain largely the same for Fall 2021.
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Winners of the annual Chancellor Alexander Heard Greek Awards announced

Rachael Perrotta, Deputy News Editor April 28, 2021
Last week, the Office of Greek Life revealed the winners of the 2021 Greek Awards, which only Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Tau Omega and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and their members received.
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International students tentatively expected to attend Fall 2021 semester fully in person

Claire Cho, Staff Writer April 25, 2021
Plans for in-person classes next semester affect international students in the fall given vaccination rollouts and quarantine restrictions.
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