The Vanderbilt Hustler

Zoom conversation with Andrew Yang

Ex-Presidential candidate Andrew Yang speaks at VPB Zoom lecture series

October 28, 2020

In conversation with VPB, Andrew Yang discusses his 2020 run for president, Asian American representation and the future of American politics.

Trump supporters and counter-protesters stand outside of Belmont University before the final presidential debate on Oct. 22. (Hustler Multimedia/Hunter Long)

IN PHOTOS: Crowds gather outside Belmont before the final presidential debate

October 23, 2020

Protestors and supporters of both parties gathered in front of Belmont’s campus in preparation for the Oct. 22 debate.

Belmont President Dr. Bob Fisher talks about Belmont's preparations for the presidential debate during an Oct. 16 press conference. (Hustler Multimedia/Avery Muir)

Belmont prepares to host last presidential debate

October 16, 2020

Public health remains at the top of Belmont’s priorities as the university prepares for the final presidential debate.

diverging paths on Main Campus

Student organizations lead Vanderbilt’s largest-ever voter registration drive

September 24, 2020

BSAG and Vandy Votes co-host event with university to encourage students to #AnchorYourVote on National Voter Registration Day.

Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville

Vanderbilt graduate Bill Hagerty and Marquita Bradshaw discuss their campaigns to become Tennessee’s next U.S. senator

September 21, 2020

Both candidates discuss why they should be elected to represent the people of Tennessee in Washington on Nov. 3.

Student on her computer

Largest class taught in Vanderbilt history draws national attention

September 13, 2020

Size and scope of U.S. Elections class allows for ex-presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg as guest lecturer. Meanwhile, one of the class’ multiple-choice questions lands on Fox News.

Nashville from the hill of the Tennessee State Capitol building. (Former Hustler Multimedia/Emily Gonçalves)

Vanderbilt poll finds stable approval numbers, Trump favored in election and COVID-19 polarization among Tennessee voters

June 9, 2020

The university’s Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions conducted the statewide 10,000 person survey among registered Tennessee voters May 5-22.

The US Supreme Court concluded that the dismantlement of DACA  was unconstitutional.

Vanderbilt CSDI Poll finds COVID-19, economic concerns and high approval ratings in Davidson County

May 21, 2020

The 1,036-person survey administered between April 9 and May 10 found that over half of the participants had economic concerns, and the polled residents tended to endorse policies to mitigate COVID-19 spread.

Lee’s announcement to not extend safer-at-home does not apply to Nashville

Lee’s announcement to not extend safer-at-home does not apply to Nashville

April 22, 2020

Davidson County has its own health department, exempting it from the Governor’s decision

Rice sat down for an interview with The Hustler before the CLS event Wednesday.

Q&A: Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice answered questions on presidential pressure, the travel ban and congressional war powers

February 20, 2020

The Hustler sat down with the Obama-era official prior to her appearance in the CLS talk alongside John Bolton.

John Bolton sat down with reporters Feb. 17 prior to his talk with former Obama-era National Security Advisor Susan Rice.

Q&A: Former National Security Advisor John Bolton sits down with The Hustler prior to CLS talk

February 19, 2020

The former Trump official discusses North Korea, free speech and his legacy.

A low angle of the Tennessee State Capitol building

TN Gov. Lee signs anti-LGBTQI adoption bill into law

January 31, 2020

The law protects the freedom of Tennessee adoption agencies to deny LGTBQI couples based upon religious beliefs