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September 26, 2015: Pilgrimage Music Festival in Franklin, TN Day 1

Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival returns for its second year

Adrienne Alderman September 19, 2016

With summer drawing to a close, festival season should be over. But that is not the case yet here in Music City. This Saturday and Sunday, September 24th and 25th, Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival...

Greenberg at Green Hills: The Blair Witch Project (1999) and Blair Witch (2016)

Greenberg at Green Hills: The Blair Witch Project (1999) and Blair Witch (2016)

Jeffrey Greenberg September 18, 2016

Throughout most of my youth, I was involved in the Boy Scouts, and during the school year, our troop would go on camping trips at least once a month. During the day, we would hike, canoe, and explore the...

Centennial Black Box Theater: arts across the street

Centennial Black Box Theater: arts across the street

Dallas Shatel, Deputy Editor in Chief September 12, 2016

Centennial Park off of West End remains one of the more frequently visited sites for Vanderbilt students, whether it’s to go for a run, visit the Parthenon or enjoy a live music festival. One of the...

Shakespeare with a Music City twist

Shakespeare with a Music City twist

Elizabeth Winter September 12, 2016

As the sun sets on Centennial Park during most fall weekends, The Nashville Shakespeare Festival takes charge of the theater in a secluded corner of the park. They perform to audiences young and old with...

Sylvan Esso brings electro-folk to Nashville

Sylvan Esso brings electro-folk to Nashville

Josh Hamburger September 9, 2016

Wearing an all-black outfit with her signature high platform shoes, Sylvan Essovocalist Amelia Meath walked out onto the stage with bandmate Nick Sanborn, grabbed the mic and immediately asked the audience:...

Greenberg at Green Hills: summer movies in review

Greenberg at Green Hills: summer movies in review

Josh Hamburger September 8, 2016

Now that Labor day has come and gone, classes are back in session and Commodore football continues to try their hardest to win some games, we can say that summer has officially closed, which means another...

Month in music: September

Month in music: September

Dallas Shatel, Deputy Editor in Chief September 6, 2016

Before the academic year gets too stressful and you start locking yourself in the library for all-nighters, make sure to take advantage of Nashville’s seemingly endless cache of concerts. Among the hundreds...

The gluten-free guide to on-campus dining

The gluten-free guide to on-campus dining

Gabriella Labi September 5, 2016

If you have celiac disease, are gluten intolerant,or choose to live a gluten-free lifestyle you probably already know the difficulty of finding food you can actually eat. Here at Vanderbilt, you have to...

10 Questions with Lee Schmidt

10 Questions with Lee Schmidt

Anna Butrico August 30, 2016

Lee Schmidt is a marathon-running, rat-dissecting, a cappella leader that can be seen giving tours, doing slam poetry, and chatting her way through campus. The Hustler sat down with the junior to hear...

Welcome Home

Welcome Home

Josh Hamburger August 23, 2016

The threat of rain couldn’t contain the excitement as Vanderbilt welcomed in the class of 2020 early Saturday morning. Instead, the yearly tradition went on without a hitch, running from 7 a.m. to 12...

New app Taskloop turns smartphones into the newest campus job board

New app Taskloop turns smartphones into the newest campus job board

Sara Ernst April 29, 2016

Most seniors are focused on finding a job, but four students are spending their last few months at Vanderbilt making jobs instead. This year, seniors Justin Riele, Mitch Masia, William Doran and Connor...

New kosher food truck rolls onto campus

New kosher food truck rolls onto campus

Josh Hamburger April 29, 2016

Junior Zack Freeling is bringing new food options to Vanderbilt’s campus through his own food truck: Aryeh’s Kitchen. This truck features American-style food like burgers, sandwiches, wraps, salads...

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