The Vanderbilt Hustler

10 changes to your Vanderbilt fall semester

While the city skyline is an exciting marvel to many out-of-state Vanderbilt students, its a landmark of home to Nashville natives. (Former Hustler Multimedia/Emily Gonçalves)

Jessica M. Barker, Simon Gibbs, Immanual John Milton, and Avery Muir

June 18, 2020

Vanderbilt’s June 17 return to campus plan looks to drastically alter life on campus.

First-year John Lee cycles across mid-America in support of the Black Lives Matter Movement.

Lee began his journey in Nashville. Photo courtesy John Lee

Sahanya Bhaktaram, Deputy Life Editor

June 4, 2020

Lee embarked on his 1,500-mile bike journey from Nashville to Colorado June 3.

A breakdown of the anti-racism Instagram stories on your feed

An image from an anti-racism and police brutality rally Jun. 3 in Washington D.C. Photo by Sarah Kohn

Eva Pace, Life Editor

June 3, 2020

Social media has an unprecedented role in the fight against police brutality and racial injustice in the United States. To help you better distinguish the movements circulating on your feed, the Life section has broken down each of these popular Instagram posts and the messages they’re spreading.

Blair graduate Chris Mann helps us answer the question: what does quarantine sound like?

A clip of Chris Mann's

Eva Pace, Life Editor

May 29, 2020

Chris Mann (‘04) has transformed his talent as a classical vocalist into that of a Youtube parody star, redefining his career and bringing unity to his viewers.

HBO Max hits the ground running, and here’s what to watch

HBO Max hits the ground running, and here’s what to watch

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Deputy Life Editor

May 27, 2020

A new contender joins the streaming wars—HBO Max. With an impressive collection of classic movies, sitcoms and animated series, the new streaming service might actually stand a chance against industry titan Netflix.

Words and advice from emeriti faculty

bronze statue stands against blue sky on Sunny day

Hunter Baxter, Staff Writer

May 25, 2020

33 Vanderbilt faculty honored with the title of Emeriti faculty on May 8.

“The Last Dance” Episodes 9 and 10: Was losing really a possibility?

Michael Jordan hit the winning basket with 5.2 seconds remaining to cap their sixth championship in eight seasons. (Photo courtesy Getty/Danny Crawford)

Simon Gibbs, Sports Editor

May 18, 2020

Phil Jackson told the Bulls that losing was a possibility. The dynasty said otherwise.

Nashville’s Feed the Front Line to host virtual benefit festival

Feed the Front Line Poster for their website. (Screenshot by Immanual John Milton)

Eva Pace, Life Editor

May 18, 2020

Feed the Front Line is partnering with CMT in hopes of raising funds to continue supporting local restaurants and delivering food around U.S. cities. Feed the Front Line LIVE will be streaming from CMT’s Facebook and Youtube channels May 20.

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

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Deputy Life Editor

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?

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

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

Alyssa Muir, Deputy Sports Editor

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.

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

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

Justin Hershey, Deputy Sports Editor

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

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.

Eva Pace, Life Editor

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.