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Dean Linda Norman

Vanderbilt School of Nursing Dean to step down

After eight years as the Dean of Nursing and 30 at the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing (VUSN), Dean Norman plans to step down following the upcoming spring semester.
Rachael Perrotta and Krisha Shah November 15, 2020
After eight years as the Dean of Nursing and 30 at the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing (VUSN), Dean Norman plans to step down following the upcoming spring semester.
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Angela Davis joins students for a virtual Q&A Nov. 10

Davis discussed the election and modern activism among other topics during the virtual event for students.
Charlotte Mauger, Deputy News Editor November 13, 2020
Davis discussed the election and modern activism among other topics during the virtual event for students.
Former President George W. Bush. (Photo Courtesy New York Times)

Former President George W. Bush speaks to U.S. Elections class

U.S. Elections class hosts another notable political figure.
Immanual John Milton, Editor in Chief November 12, 2020
U.S. Elections class hosts another notable political figure.
A Vanderbilt University Police Department cruiser. (Hustler Staff)

Rec Center evacuated yesterday due to dryer fire

Following a small dryer fire, students were evacuated, and the Rec’s Testing Center was closed for around four hours.
Charlotte Mauger, Deputy News Editor November 11, 2020
Following a small dryer fire, students were evacuated, and the Rec’s Testing Center was closed for around four hours.
Featheringill Hall houses engineering courses. (Hustler Staff)

What the tech? A look at Vanderbilt’s IT department

Despite preparation for the partially-online semester, students and TAs still believe VUIT could be doing more.
Krisha Shah, Staff Writer November 10, 2020
Despite preparation for the partially-online semester, students and TAs still believe VUIT could be doing more.
Kirkland Hall on a warm and sunny January afternoon.

Madeleine Albright, Colin Powell to take Zoom stage for first CLS event Nov. 16

Topics to span U.S. foreign policy and diplomacy in relation with the results of the recent elections.
Immanual John Milton, Editor in Chief November 9, 2020
Topics to span U.S. foreign policy and diplomacy in relation with the results of the recent elections.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center 
North, photographed on Oct. 16, 2020. (Hustler Multimedia/Hallie Williams)

Vanderbilt reports 110 COVID-19 cases following Nov. 7 email on election-related gatherings

The university had an overall test positivity rate of 1.66 percent from Nov. 2 to Nov. 8.
Avery Muir, Managing Editor November 9, 2020
The university had an overall test positivity rate of 1.66 percent from Nov. 2 to Nov. 8.
Office of Active Citizenship & Service

‘A stressful and emotional time’ for Vanderbilt during 2020 election

Vanderbilt students react to results of the 2020 presidential election after four days of waiting.
Sally Johnson and Henry Ridley November 8, 2020
Vanderbilt students react to results of the 2020 presidential election after four days of waiting.
Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville

VCR, VCD issue statements on presidential election

Vanderbilt College Democrats and Republicans make their statements regarding the current status of the election.
Immanual John Milton, Editor in Chief November 4, 2020
Vanderbilt College Democrats and Republicans make statements regarding the current status of the election.
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Vanderbilt launches indoor dining pilot across campus dining halls

Starting Nov. 2, a select number of dining halls will provide seats for indoor dining.
Logan Cromeens, Deputy News Editor November 4, 2020
Starting Nov. 2, a select number of dining halls will provide seats for indoor dining.
Student Amanda Septimo is running for Assemblywoman in the Bronx (amandaseptimo.com)

Vanderbilt undergraduate Amanda Septimo wins election for New York’s 84th Assembly District

Democrat Septimo won her election by close to 70 points, defeating Republican challenger Rosaline Nieves.
Immanual John Milton, Editor in Chief November 3, 2020
Democrat Septimo won her election by close to 70 points, defeating Republican challenger Rosaline Nieves.
Kirkland Hall houses many of the university's administrators. (Hustler Multimedia/Emery Little)

Diermeier advocates against DHS’s proposed fixed-term student visa policy in Oct. 26 letter

The Department of Homeland Security’s proposal would change the student visas from indefinite to fixed terms of four years.
Immanual John Milton, Editor in Chief November 3, 2020
The Department of Homeland Security’s proposal would change the student visas from indefinite to fixed terms of four years.
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