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Book Four may not have had the same hard-hitting train lore as Books Two and Three, but Min and Ryan are such big softies that their story has become my favorite anyway. (Cartoon Network/Infinity Train)

“Infinity Train” pulls into the station one last time with Book Four

Andrew Kolondra Jr., Deputy Life Editor April 17, 2021
Book Four of “Infinity Train” is like a warm hug. Relatable protagonists, fun new denizens and a rewarding, uplifting arc make it the softest season yet of the critically-acclaimed animated series from Owen Dennis. We just wish it wasn’t the final one.
Members of the Vandy Quiz Bowl team (Michael Ponce)

National Champions: Vanderbilt Quiz Bowl does Music City proud

Cole Sullivan, Staff Writer April 14, 2021
Vanderbilt’s Quiz Bowl team takes home winning title at the Intercollegiate Championship Tournament
One of Kalini Patel's carefully crafter charcuterie boards (Kalini Patel)

The art of charcuterie: Exploring the craft food trend and Nashville’s picnic companies

Maggie Victory, Staff Writer April 12, 2021
Student charcuterie creations and local businesses such as @nashcuterie are on the rise in light of the food platter’s spiked popularity. Sophomore and charcuterie connoisseur Kalini Patel discusses the allure of charcuterie-making and her future role in Nashville’s picnic and charcuterie business sector.
Laika, pet of Immanual John Milton, Editor in Chief. Follow her on Instagram @laikathemnspacedog.

IN PHOTOS: Hustler Pets 2021

Eva Pace, Life Editor April 12, 2021
Last year’s edition of Hustler Pets brought a smile to our faces when we undoubtedly needed one. While we aren’t being sent home for the summer, the Hustler Editors present you with photos of their pets
2018 study abroad in Normandy, France (Hustler Multimedia/Emily Goncalves)

So, you want to study abroad this fall?

Sahanya Bhaktaram and Phoebe Sklansky April 11, 2021
Here’s what to expect, or at least what we expect, if you decide to spend a semester overseas
Taylor Swift shines with her new

VH New Music Fridays: Taylor Swift Takeover

Sahanya Bhaktaram and Oghosa Omobude April 10, 2021
The Hustler Life staff’s top picks of newly released music.
New management announces intent to preserve Exit/In as historic music venue. Screenshot from @nashvillescene Instagram, photo by Daniel Meigs (Hustler Staff/Eva Pace)

Exit/In to remain as historic Nashville music venue, despite new building ownership

Cole Sullivan, Andrew Kolondra Jr., and Eva Pace April 9, 2021
Exit/In is under contract with a new firm, but the owners behind historic Nashville music venue have launched an ambitious GoFundMe to fight to buy back their beloved property
The first VPAC Fest is to take place April 10 on Wilson Lawn (Vanderbilt Performing Arts Community)

First-ever VPAC Fest to be held this Saturday

Jaime Svinth, Staff Writer April 8, 2021
The Vanderbilt Performing Arts Community will host an in-person concert with performances from 18 student groups
Diet-friendly Grain and Berry takes its first steps out of Florida with its convenient Hillsboro location (Hustler Multimedia/Elle Choi)

Community building, philanthropy and lots of granola: The make-up of Grain and Berry in Hillsboro Village

Sophie Edelman, Staff Writer April 8, 2021
Since its opening in January, Grain and Berry has developed a reputation for community outreach and philanthropic efforts in Hillsboro, alongside its quality food and service.
Commodore artists at Fall for the Arts in September 2019 (Hustler Multimedia/Emily Goncalves)

A Spring 2021 guide to Nashville’s art scene

Sahanya Bhaktaram and Julia Tilton April 5, 2021
More than just Music City, Nashville has a number of fun art events and exhibitions to enjoy when venues reopen this spring.
In a time of isolation, sophomore Garfield Zhang has formed a budding relationship with campus wildlife (Garfield Zhang)

Vanderbilt’s Squirrel Whisperer: A ‘tail’ of unexpected friendship

Maggie Victory, Staff Writer April 4, 2021
Sophomore Garfield Zhang, the campus “squirrel whisperer,” tells us all about his extraordinary relationship with Vanderbilt’s wildlife that has developed since COVID-19 lockdowns and distancing policies began.
Vanderbilt serves as a unique space as a wedding venue for alumni and Nashville visitors alike. Photo courtesy Weddings at VU

‘I do’ at VU? Vanderbilt’s campus as an unlikely wedding venue

Julia Tilton, Staff Writer April 3, 2021
Pre-COVID, Events at Vanderbilt hosts between 30 and 50 weddings a year
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