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Chancellor Daniel Diermeier speaks with The Hustler June 30 via Zoom. (Hustler Staff/Screenshot by Immanual John Milton)

Q&A: Incoming Chancellor Daniel Diermeier speaks to The Hustler about his role as chancellor, student concerns

July 2, 2020

Diermeier officially took over as Vanderbilt’s ninth chancellor July 1.

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.

SMITH: Political conversations don't always need to be arguments

SMITH: Political conversations don’t always need to be arguments

July 1, 2020

Five tips on how to engage in polite, poised and political discussion with friends and family you don't agree with.

The Ingram Scholarship is awarded each year to seven to ten incoming Vanderbilt first-years who exemplify the values of character, service, leadership and giving. (Hustler Staff/Emma Mattson)

Class of 2024 Ingram Scholars reflect on quarantine, service and Fall 2020 plans

July 1, 2020

The Hustler sat down with this year’s ten Ingram Scholars to hear what they’ve been up to during quarantine and their hopes for the future.

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

Vanderbilt responds to Supreme Court’s DACA ruling

June 29, 2020

The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of preserving DACA, temporarily protecting the livelihoods of the nearly 650,000 “dreamers” currently in the United States.

Plants in one of the Vanderbilt Greenhouses, which were permanently terminated last school year.

GUEST EDITORIAL: On the closure of the outdoor recreation center

June 29, 2020

Vanderbilt’s promise of future sustainability does not compensate for its current environmental failings.

The Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center(BCC). (Hustler Multimedia)

GUEST EDITORIAL: Let’s get real about what’s happening

June 26, 2020

A discussion on misogynoir and intersecting oppressive systems.

Vanderbilt field.

Multiple Vanderbilt football players accused of sexual misconduct

June 26, 2020

Several Vanderbilt students took to Twitter starting on June 20 to accuse multiple members of Vanderbilt’s football team of sexual misconduct.

Students dance in Café con Leche, the annual cultural showcase hosted by the Association of Latin American Students (ALAS). (Hustler Multimedia/Hunter Long)

International students grapple with unanswered questions, as the deadline to declare remote study approaches

June 26, 2020

Students may request a change to on-campus study after June 26 but would be placed on a waitlist for housing, according to a June 24 email from the University Registrar.

International students share stories from their Vanderbilt experiences at the Lanterns Showcase, held annually in February.

International students react to Return to Campus plan

June 22, 2020

Though the official announcement gave 10 days to declare intention to study remotely, individual emails to students indicate greater flexibility.

Photo courtesy Valerie Kraft

The ‘Dank New Rand Memes’ jackpot: fall semester

June 22, 2020

Many students took to the “Dank New Rand Memes” Facebook group to give their opinion on the announcement regarding fall semester protocol.

 “The only way out is through” (Hustler Staff/Emma Follman)

Peace of Mind: The importance of learning to cope with our emotions in healthy ways

June 22, 2020

The differences between maladaptive and adaptive emotions and how we should respond to them productively.