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GUEST EDITORIAL: How Abolish Greek Life gets it wrong
GUEST EDITORIAL: Social positives of Greek life don’t cancel out the political and moral negatives

GUEST EDITORIAL: Social positives of Greek life don’t cancel out the political and moral negatives

July 19, 2020

Many of us might see Greek life as a wonderful social organization filled with sisterhood and socials, but lurking underneath the surface is blatant racism, classism and exclusion based on looks, rank and more.

GUEST EDITORIAL: A message from the former brothers of Delta Tau Delta

GUEST EDITORIAL: A message from the former brothers of Delta Tau Delta

July 15, 2020

After our failed attempts at reforming the Greek Life system, we are dropping our Greek affiliation in hopes of creating a more unified and inclusive social experience for everyone on Vanderbilt’s campus.

GUEST EDITORIAL: Dear Vanderbilt, commit to a free vaccine

GUEST EDITORIAL: Dear Vanderbilt, commit to a free vaccine

July 15, 2020

As a leading research institution, Vanderbilt must pledge their COVID-19 research to the development of a free vaccine that is accessible to all for the sake of health equity and racial justice.

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LIU: Want Diversity? Teach Our Histories!

LIU: Want Diversity? Teach Our Histories!

August 4, 2020

In order to create an inclusive institution and battle systemic discrimination at the institutional level, Vanderbilt must support and expand programs and departments that study the minorities.

NGUYEN: Why would you waste money at an elite school like Vanderbilt?

NGUYEN: Why would you waste money at an elite school like Vanderbilt?

July 29, 2020

Elite college degrees provide valuable socioeconomic capital, but as colleges prepare for remote learning, the generic online experience proves to be fruitless for some.

THORNTON: I hope this article gets me some “woke cred”

THORNTON: I hope this article gets me some “woke cred”

July 25, 2020

Only when conditional advocacy is no longer an inexorable side-effect of “wokeness,” will the word embody what it meant to begin with.

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