The Vanderbilt Hustler

Greek Row is home to the ten IFC and ten Panhellenic fraternity and sorority houses. Abolitionists want to see these spaces reallocated for the benefit of the whole Vanderbilt community. (Hustler Staff)

Behind the movement to abolish IFC and Panhellenic chapters

July 20, 2020

Both formerly Greek and non-Greek students have taken to social media calling for Vanderbilt to abolish IFC and Panhellenic Greek life on campus.

International students can now remain in the U.S. even if Vanderbilt moves to a fully online model, according to a July 14 update from ICE. (Former Hustler Multimedia/Emily Gonçalves)

ICE restrictions reversed; ISSS commits to expanding support for international students

July 20, 2020

International students express relief at ICE’s decision to revoke proposed restrictions.

ALAS hosts

International students partner with MLC and VSG to present demands to Dean Bandas, ISSS

July 2, 2020

Preliminary data from student-led surveys reveal disparity in opinion between domestic and international students on Vanderbilt’s Fall 2020 Plan.

Vanderbilt alum Tyler Bishop spoke with Immanual John Milton over Zoom June 19, 2020, about his experience on the Altitude Express v. Zarda United States Supreme Court Case. Picture taken from Bishop's Instagram. (Photo Org unknown/Screenshot taken by Immanual John Milton)

Q&A: Former Hustler Editor Tyler Bishop speaks about his work on the recent LGBT Supreme Court Case

June 21, 2020

Bishop also talked about how his Vanderbilt, Hustler and Atlantic experience put him on the path towards his future.

Asian American Student Association and Black Student Association joint statement, Vanderbilt Student Government statement and Association for Latin American Students statements pulled from Instagrams. Black text on white backgrounds with organization logos.

University, faculty and over 40 student groups provide statements of solidarity following the death of George Floyd

June 3, 2020

The Vanderbilt community responds to the May 25 death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN and ensuing protests in Nashville and across the country.

6FT Closer is working with SEC schools to make thank you videos for essential workers. (6FT Closer/Screenshot by Immanual John Milton)

Vanderbilt to participate in SEC competition creating videos to thank essential workers

May 25, 2020

VSG helps coordinate ‘SEC Gratitude Challenge’ with the conference’s student governments. Challenge will take place from today until Friday.

Before and after photo of Cuc

Rising junior shaves head after raising 2K for local food bank

May 10, 2020

Alex Cuc reached her GoFundMe page fundraising goal for the Greater Chicago Food Depository in under a week.

The Vanderbilt Student Communications newsroom is located in the downstairs of Sarratt Center, near the Vanderbilt Recording Studio, VandyRadio and WRVU.

Division heads announced for next academic year

April 17, 2020

With the addition of two new divisions this year, Vanderbilt Student Media is celebrating the end of the year with annual student media awards and the announcement of next year's student media leaders.

Veer Shah and Shun Ahmed high five on campus

Veer Shah and Shun Ahmed win VSG Presidential and Vice Presidential positions for the 2020-2021 school year

March 25, 2020

The “Let’s Keep Going” ticket won with 85.36 percent of the votes.

Snowy part of campus

VSG Senate passes resolution requesting Vanderbilt reimburse undergraduates for housing and meal plans

March 19, 2020

The bill calls for pro rata reallocation of “reasonable and appropriate portions” of the meal plan fee, housing fee, student service fee and residential college experience fee.

Meet the four tickets for VSG President and Vice President

March 15, 2020

Each platform will digitally campaign for a week beginning at 8 a.m. March 16.

Two posters from the campaign from the bridge to Commons across 21st Ave.

Hidden ’Dores launches campaign for Campus Dining workers’ rights

March 8, 2020

The campaign, kicking off with posters displayed around campus, intends to spread awareness about dining workers’ low job satisfaction as Campus Dining prepares for contract renegotiations in Sept. 2020