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GUEST EDITORIAL: Indigenous student struggles: Why Vanderbilt can and should do better for Indigenous people
GUEST EDITORIAL: Diversity without the inclusion

GUEST EDITORIAL: Diversity without the inclusion

March 18, 2021

Vanderbilt needs Asian American Studies.

GUEST EDITORIAL: Class of 2021, it’s our time to leave a legacy

GUEST EDITORIAL: Class of 2021, it’s our time to leave a legacy

March 13, 2021

As the Class of 2021 reaches the final moments of our time on campus, we have a unique opportunity to forge a path ahead for the next generations of graduates.

GUEST EDITORIAL: Planning the start of your career? Fly South!

GUEST EDITORIAL: Planning the start of your career? Fly South!

February 16, 2021

It’s clear that ambitious young professionals increasingly should set their sights on the South rather than New York or the West Coast.

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THORNTON: What’s due in the mourning
GAO: Invisible in plain sight: the erasure of Asian American trauma

GAO: Invisible in plain sight: the erasure of Asian American trauma

April 20, 2021

My people cannot keep crying and grieving in the dark while America is more afraid of being seen as racist than protecting its people of color.

FELLAS/KUMAR: We aren’t getting the liberal arts education we expected

FELLAS/KUMAR: We aren’t getting the liberal arts education we expected

April 18, 2021

Vanderbilt is certainly not giving students the multidisciplinary education or the critical thinking skills necessary to create solutions for real world problems.

SMITH: Voluntary intoxication is not an invitation for assault

SMITH: Voluntary intoxication is not an invitation for assault

April 11, 2021

Despite what recent court rulings might suggest, sexual assault is never at the fault of the victim.

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