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Unexplainable things begin to happen in Westview in the first two episodes of Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision,” like when Wanda stumbles upon a toy helicopter tangled in her rose bushes—a colorful contrast to the black-and-white world of 50s and 60s television. (Marvel Studios/WandaVision)

Tune into “WandaVision” for a dreamy, uncanny return to the MCU

The universe is expanding! The first two episodes of Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision” are finally here, and their unsettling nostalgia perfectly introduces audiences to the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe—this time, on the small screen.
Andrew Kolondra Jr., Deputy Life Editor January 18, 2021
The universe is expanding! The first two episodes of Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision” are finally here, and their unsettling nostalgia perfectly introduces audiences to the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe—this time, on the small screen.
Zoom has become the main character of most Vanderbilt students' virtual learning experience. (Hustler Multimedia/Hunter Long)

Everything you need to know about Zoom 2.0

With a semester and a half of online learning behind us, we’ve mastered the Zoom platform and unveiled its many secrets. That’s right: we’re bringing you the long-anticipated second edition of our Zoom cheat-sheet, so you know just what to expect when you enter the chat in 2021.
Andrew Kolondra Jr. and Eva Pace January 16, 2021
With a semester and a half of online learning behind us, we’ve mastered the Zoom platform and unveiled its many secrets. That’s right: we’re bringing you the long-anticipated second edition of our Zoom cheat-sheet, so you know just what to expect when you enter the chat in 2021.
First-year Isra Shuster pictured with masks during her first semester at Vanderbilt. (Isra Shuster)

Pandemic Profiles: First-year Isra Shuster

First-year Isra Shuster shares her experience on campus during a fall semester with unprecedented social limitations
Eva Pace, Life Editor January 5, 2021
First-year Isra Shuster shares her experience on campus during a fall semester with unprecedented social limitations
Sophomore Safa Shahzad at the Test The Rest mural in Berlin (Safa Shahzad)

Pandemic Profiles: International student Safa Shahzad

Sophomore Safa Shahzad shares her experiences as an international student during a fall semester spent away from campus.
Evan Monk, Staff Writer December 29, 2020
Sophomore Safa Shahzad shares her experiences as an international student during a fall semester spent away from campus.
(Hustler Multimedia/Emery Little)

Here for the Wrong Reasons: Finale of ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 16

A recap of the final episode of the latest season
Phoebe Sklansky, Staff Writer December 24, 2020
A recap of the final episode of the latest season
(Hustler Multimedia/Emery Little)

Here for the Wrong Reasons: Episode 12 of ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 16

A recap of the 12th episode of the latest season
Phoebe Sklansky, Staff Writer December 22, 2020
A recap of the 12th episode of the latest season
(Hustler Multimedia/Emery Little)

Here for the Wrong Reasons: Episodes 10 & 11 of ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 16

A recap of the 10th & 11th episodes of the latest season
Phoebe Sklansky, Staff Writer December 17, 2020
A recap of the 10th & 11th episodes of the latest season
“Mank” premiered on Nov. 13 with limited theatrical release and released on Netflix on Dec 4. (Hustler Staff/Steven Doan)

‘Mank:’ David Fincher’s tribute to classic Hollywood and a technical masterpiece to behold

David Fincher, director of acclaimed films ‘Zodiac’ and ‘The Social Network,’ both inspired by real-life events, continues to replicate his success in authorial fashion with another true story of screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz and the creation of the script for “Citizen Kane.”
Steven Doan, Staff Writer December 16, 2020
David Fincher, director of acclaimed films ‘Zodiac’ and ‘The Social Network,’ both inspired by real-life events, continues to replicate his success in authorial fashion with another true story of screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz and the creation of the script for “Citizen Kane.”
Daniel Ardity interviews Professor Cheryl Greenberg to discuss Black and Jewish relations on podcast

Vanderbilt first-year tells the untold stories of America’s past in a new podcast series

Discovering the new in the old, Daniel Ardity finds a new appreciation for history by looking at the nation's past from a different angle on his Dec. 3 “UnTextbooked” episode
Kate Aksyonov December 14, 2020
Discovering the new in the old, Daniel Ardity finds a new appreciation for history by looking at the nation's past from a different angle on his Dec. 3 “UnTextbooked” episode
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Taylor Swift asserts her place in indie-folk with new album “evermore”

Singer-songwriter and Nashville native Taylor Swift debuts another surprise album “evermore,” picking up the same storytelling thread of the uber-popular “folklore” release just five months ago
Singer-songwriter and Nashville native Taylor Swift debuts another surprise album “evermore,” picking up the same storytelling thread of the uber-popular “folklore” release just five months ago
Dawn Efionayi's products range from lip glosses to festive scented candles. Screenshot from @d.luxecreations. (Hustler Staff/Eva Pace)

Shop small this holiday season with D-Luxé Creations, a Vanderbilt Black-owned business

How first-year student Dawn Efionayi began her startup boutique, D-Luxé Creations
Oghosa Omobude, Staff Writer December 12, 2020
How first-year student Dawn Efionayi began her startup boutique, D-Luxé Creations
(Hustler Multimedia/Emery Little)

Here for the Wrong Reasons: Episode 9 of ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 16

A recap of the ninth episode of the latest season
Phoebe Sklansky, Staff Writer December 10, 2020
A recap of the ninth episode of the latest season
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