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From co-creator of “Rick and Morty,” new alien family sitcom “Solar Opposites” stalls at liftoff

From co-creator of “Rick and Morty,” new alien family sitcom “Solar Opposites” stalls at liftoff

May 12, 2020

New Hulu original series “Solar Opposites” follows “Rick and Morty’s” lead with genre subversions and witty, unique characters—so why does it still fail?

Photo courtesy Vanderbilt Athletics.

Vanderbilt Basketball parts ways with coaches David Grace, Ricardo Patton

May 11, 2020

Patton and Grace spent one season on staff before departing.

Girl in red dress with jean jacket walks outside the Project Safe Center

Federal Title IX changes redefine sexual harassment, prompts discussions about how to handle future cases

May 11, 2020

The Department of Education’s new regulations, released May 6, to combat and examine cases of sexual misconduct and harassment in schools will go into effect Aug. 14.

Michael Jordan and his father James celebrate the Bulls 1992 NBA Championship. (Photo courtesy of Sue Ogrocki/Reuters via Getty Images)

“The Last Dance” Episodes 7 and 8: Fathers, Fights and a Mind Like No Other

May 11, 2020

Episodes seven and eight of the hit documentary series featured Michael Jordan’s baseball career and his memorable 1996 NBA Championship on Father’s Day.

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.

Sunlight streams through tree in front of Cole hall

1,200 rooms still contain student belongings as university weighs retrieval options

May 9, 2020

OHARE will communicate directly with students to schedule returns to campus to retrieve belongings, according to a May 1 email.

Students gather for commencement May 2019.

Class of 2020 celebrates Commencement online

May 8, 2020

In lieu of in-person celebrations, Vanderbilt held a week-long celebration of the Class of 2020 with a log of videos and messages to highlight the graduates’ achievements.

Career center pamphlets on display on a table, one of which features a smiling student

Vanderbilt students adapt to online summer

May 6, 2020

With many in-person internships cancelled and summer courses moved online, Vanderbilt students look elsewhere for summer opportunities.

Buttrick Hall houses a number of A&S departments, serving as one of many staple academic spaces on campus.

New Campus Connection Program to assist undergrads in accessing university resources

May 4, 2020

The program is meant to supplement rather than replace existing student programs and will begin its implementation this summer.

Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant face off on February 1, 1998 in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo courtesy of Vince Bucci/AFP via Getty Images)

“The Last Dance” Episodes 5 and 6: Kobe, Krause and the age-old debate

May 4, 2020

Episodes five and six of ESPN’s latest basketball documentary featured a tribute to Kobe Bryant and set the scene for the Bulls dramatic 1998 playoff run.

Cafe Coco, an Italian eatery and staple study spot for Vanderbilt students, is set to close its doors and reopen under new branding. Photo courtesy Cafe Coco.

Cafe Coco set to close its doors, reopen as Italian market without classic live music

May 4, 2020

Say goodbye to the live music and eclectic vibe of longtime student-favorite Cafe Coco. Owner Chuck Cinelli is shutting down the Elliston Place locale until further notice, rebranding it as a fast-casual Italian eatery with a focus on high-quality family recipes.

Vanderbilt campus.

AlertVU System cancels warning of a tornado approaching the Vanderbilt campus

May 3, 2020

At approximately 4:40 p.m. CST, Vanderbilt advised students to seek immediate shelter and avoid windows and doors via the AlertVU system.