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GUEST EDITORIAL: Survivor Speak Out—How Vanderbilt failed me as a survivor
GUEST EDITORIAL: Why Vanderbilt’s oak leaf logo needs to stay

GUEST EDITORIAL: Why Vanderbilt’s oak leaf logo needs to stay

March 23, 2022

Vanderbilt’s oak leaf logo already has achieved what a symbol of a university should be; it was a tribute to all of us, and it should stay.

GUEST EDITORIAL: Vanderbilt’s Ghost Gardens, and the Quiet Disappearance of the Modern Language PhD

GUEST EDITORIAL: Vanderbilt’s Ghost Gardens, and the Quiet Disappearance of the Modern Language PhD

March 15, 2022

As far as the language PhD programs are concerned, the only investment seems to be divestment.

GUEST EDITORIAL: The Elephants on Campus

GUEST EDITORIAL: The Elephants on Campus

March 6, 2022

Belief is not the same as action, and it’s important we consider how to address the gaps between them and work to be better together.

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OUNG/PERROTTA: Miguel was accused of sexual assault in 2017. He should have never been invited to Rites of Spring.
KUMAR: Why I don’t believe in diversity and inclusion

KUMAR: Why I don’t believe in diversity and inclusion

April 22, 2022

Accepting students of diverse backgrounds to elite institutions only to subsequently subject them to physical and mental violence once admitted is not a policy that should be praised.

TADROSS: Cancel culture or unrealistic expectations?

TADROSS: Cancel culture or unrealistic expectations?

April 18, 2022

Couples are getting canceled everywhere, from “The Bachelor” to the Supreme Court, but do they deserve it? Could “cancel culture” be a disguise for our own insecurities?

Rich: Tennessee’s Attack on Transgender Children

Rich: Tennessee’s Attack on Transgender Children

April 10, 2022

House Bill 0578 could have devastating effects on the transgender community at Vanderbilt and in Tennessee as a whole.

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