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Greenberg at Green Hills: The Accountant

Greenberg at Green Hills: The Accountant

Jeffrey Greenberg

October 24, 2016

There are a couple of things I look for when I’m seeing an action movie. The first is whether the film has a plot that’s competent enough to carry give the action sequences some coherent structure. This can mean either that the plot is actually good enough that I forget I’m watching an actio...

Month in Music: October 2016

Month in Music: October 2016

Dallas Shatel, Deputy Editor in Chief

October 20, 2016

  If Commodore Quake just isn’t your thing or you’re hungry for live music after the 21st, here are six concerts before the end of the month that will give you a break from the pre-Thanksgiving onslaught of exams. Mac Miller - October 22, War Memorial Auditorium Pittsburgh rapper Mac Mille...

Hustler Reviews: Danny Brown Goes Wild on Atrocity Exhibition

Hustler Reviews: Danny Brown Goes Wild on Atrocity Exhibition

Braden Barnett

October 19, 2016

In 2012, Kendrick Lamar seemingly turned hip-hop conventions upside down with the release of his smash hit single “Swimming Pools (Drank).” On the surface, the track appeared to be a typical party song, with lyrics encouraging heavy drinking and a catchy hook sung at house parties and in the backseat...

Lights on the Lawn 2016 marks another successful year

Lights on the Lawn 2016 marks another successful year

Dallas Shatel, Deputy Editor in Chief

October 18, 2016

This year’s installment of the annual Lights on the Lawn concert/fundraiser included the least star-studded line-up in recent years. Even VPB seemed to recognize this fact by setting up a much smaller stage than in previous years. Yet the concert still managed to draw hundreds of crop-top clad girls...

“Bridges, Not Walls” Poetry Symposium

Adrienne Alderman

October 18, 2016

This Monday and Tuesday, visiting poets Laurie Ann Guerrero, Rigoberto González and Natalie Diaz joined forces to represent the “Bridges, Not Walls” poetry symposium.  All three poets performed readings and answered questions in a panel discussion broaching issues of race and personal identity i...

The Temper Trap thrills at 3rd and Lindsley

The Temper Trap thrills at 3rd and Lindsley

Precious Kato

October 12, 2016

On Sunday, October 9th, The Temper Trap brought a diverse crowd of fans to 3rd and Lindsley. Throughout the show they catered to their audience, delivering a bit of everything to the diverse crowd. With several balconies, multiple tables and multilevel seats, as well as a pit, there wasn’t a bad spot...

Plan Your Week (10/10-10/16)

Plan Your Week (10/10-10/16)

Josh Hamburger

October 10, 2016

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Looking at the small scale music scene in Nashville

Looking at the small scale music scene in Nashville

Claudia Willen

October 10, 2016

With all due respect to the Ryman, Ascend Amphitheater and other large-scale venues, the raw music spirit that so often characterizes Nashville lives on in the less-visited spots spread throughout the city. These locations usually host local up-and-coming talent, but have also been known to feature well...

Greenberg at Green Hills: Deepwater Horizon

Greenberg at Green Hills: Deepwater Horizon

Jeffrey Greenberg

October 7, 2016

Anchors (Out of Four): When the BP oil rig Deepwater Horizon blew out in the spring of 2010, the majority of that summer’s news coverage focused not on the destruction of the rig itself, but on the continuously gushing pipeline it left in its wake. I clearly remember watching BP executives ...

Lights on the Lawn lets you rave for a cause

Lights on the Lawn lets you rave for a cause

Dallas Shatel, Deputy Editor in Chief

October 6, 2016

  For those who are attending Friday’s Lights on the Lawn concert on Alumni Lawn, most are considering which neon top to wear or if 2 Friends is an artist or just Gryffin’s two friends. One thing that you might not have considered about the annual EDM concert, though, is where the proceeds g...

Brandon Stanton, creator of Humans of New York, visits campus

Brandon Stanton, creator of Humans of New York, visits campus

Elizabeth Winter

October 5, 2016

Humans of New York creator, Brandon Stanton, visited Vanderbilt Tuesday, in the first event of the year hosted by Vanderbilt University Speakers Committee, in conjunction with VPB’s The VenUe. Stanton recounted his journey from bond trader to photographer and storyteller behind Humans of New York....

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