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Roommates of positive COVID-19 cases expected to quarantine for up to 24 days

Robert Gottschalk, Staff Writer September 6, 2020
Longstanding CDC guidelines surface as off-campus households have members test positive.
Blakemore House serves as an isolation spot for students on-campus.

Bored in Blakemore: a beginner’s guide to surviving isolation

Justine Del Monte and Phoebe Sklansky September 6, 2020
Going back into quarantine? Here’s how to save your social life.
The Hustler’s News Editor, Jessica M. Barker, as well as the Editor in Chief, Immanual John Milton, Zoom with Vanderbilt’s ninth Chancellor David Diermeier on Sept. 3, 2020. (Hustler Staff/Immanual John Milton)

Debrief with Diermeier: The chancellor speaks about COVID-19, policing and more

Jessica M. Barker and Immanual John Milton September 5, 2020
Two months into his term, Diermeier sat down with The Hustler to talk about progress on the Return to Campus plan and share a message for students struggling to cope with changes to campus life this semester.
Vanderbilt field. (Hustler Multimedia/Photographer Unknown)

Multiple Vanderbilt football and soccer players test positive for COVID-19

Simon Gibbs, Sports Editor September 2, 2020
Vanderbilt football had a "small number" of positive tests on Wednesday, but plans to continue practicing. Multiple members of Vanderbilt's soccer team also tested positive.
Kirkland Hall houses many of the Vanderbilt administrators. (Hustler Multimedia/Alexandra Venero)

Vanderbilt sends notices to students suspected of violating COVID-19 policies in social media posts

Hayden Gee, Staff Writer August 30, 2020
The Office of Student Accountability has been reaching out to students caught violating the school’s coronavirus safety protocols in various social media posts.
Students convening at the Lower Quad lawn on Commons.

UPDATED: University to investigate reported 50-200 person gathering at Commons

Thomas Hum, News Copy Editor August 30, 2020
The gathering, which began at around 9 p.m. CDT on Saturday, lasted until approximately 1 a.m. Sunday morning and continued even after VUPD officers had arrived on scene.
Dr. William Schaffner

Q&A: Back to School, COVID-19 Updates with Dr. William Schaffner

Thomas Hum, News Copy Editor August 26, 2020
Schaffner sits down with The Hustler once again to discuss vaccine timelines, latest COVID-19 research and Vanderbilt’s return to campus.
The Vanderbilt Womens Lacrosse team plays Louisville on Tuesday, February 27th, 2018. (Photo by Brent Szklaruk)

Multiple Vanderbilt lacrosse players test positive for COVID-19

Simon Gibbs, Sports Editor August 24, 2020
Vanderbilt's girls lacrosse team had multiple positive tests last week, a spokesperson for the athletic department confirmed to The Hustler.
BREAKING: Vanderbilt pauses football activities, moves some student-athletes into isolation housing

BREAKING: Vanderbilt pauses football activities, moves some student-athletes into isolation housing

Simon Gibbs, Sports Editor August 21, 2020
After an unspecified number of positive COVID-19 tests, Vanderbilt has paused football-related activities and moved some student-athletes into isolation housing.
Vanderbilt prepares for a home matchup with Northern Illinois in 2019.

BREAKING: Multiple Vanderbilt football players test positive for COVID-19

Simon Gibbs, Sports Editor August 20, 2020
Multiple Vanderbilt football players have tested positive for COVID-19, Vanderbilt athletics confirmed Thursday.
Title slide of the virtual student orientation.

College of Arts & Science virtual student orientation discusses remote-only triggers, course examination procedures, Immersion Vanderbilt plans and more

Thomas Hum, News Copy Editor August 17, 2020
The Zoom orientation, held at 2 p.m. CDT on Monday afternoon, addressed concerns submitted by students as move-in week kicks off.
Photo of the front entrance of the Blair School of Music building.

Blair School of Music students and faculty concerned about COVID-19 and the upcoming semester

Thomas Hum, News Copy Editor August 8, 2020
Students and faculty in the Blair School of Music face unique challenges as the Vanderbilt community looks to return to an unprecedented campus environment.
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