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Vanderbilt student studying with laptop. (Hustler Multimedia)

ZHAO: The SAT should never—ever— be optional

Stanley Zhao, Staff Writer March 16, 2021
Despite vehement push against it, standardized test scores should still remain an essential aspect of the college admissions process.
Kirkland Hall is an administrative building on Vanderbilt's campus. (Hustler Multimedia/Emily Gonçalves)

NGUYEN: Unwelcome at Vanderbilt: a transfer’s discontents

Danny Nguyen, Staff Writer March 14, 2021
Following a semester and a half of disregard for the wellbeing of the student body, it has become clear that Vanderbilt needs a shocking introduction to the lives of their most marginalized to be persuaded to properly care for us.
Class of 2021 student body. (Photo courtesy Vanderbilt University)

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

Grant Brown, Guest Writer 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.
Even Vanderbilt's statues wear masks. (Hustler Multimedia/Truman McDaniel)

SMITH: Davidson County, don’t lose your mask mandate now

Nora Smith, Deputy Opinion Editor March 10, 2021
Williamson County has recently lifted its mask mandate even though they shouldn't have.
Don’t let “constitutional cancel culture” cancel the Constitution. (Hustler Communications/Alex Venero)

FELLAS: Don’t cancel justice

Nora Fellas, Staff Writer March 7, 2021
Don’t let “constitutional cancel culture” cancel the Constitution.
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ABBOTT: The solution to sickness: stay home

Annabelle Abbott, Staff Writer March 7, 2021
Our work culture encourages productivity while sick, and it needs to change.
Vanderbilt’s snail-like Wi-Fi inhibits students from performing at their best. (Hustler Communications/Zoe Yarbrough)

PERROTTA: I’m tired of using my hotspot

Rachael Perrotta, Staff Writer March 3, 2021
Considering our current virtual age, Vanderbilt should place more priority on its Wi-Fi connection across campus.
Vanderbilt students assemble on Library Lawn on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2021, calling for the Vanderbilt administration to divest from fossil fuels, a chief contributor to climate change.  (Hustler Multimedia/Emery Little)

WARMUTH: Include Black and brown voices in the climate movement

Connor Warmuth March 2, 2021
You cannot have an understanding of environmental science without understanding racial issues facing marginalized communities.
Grins (Pronounced ‘Greens’) is a meal swipe dining location in the Schulman Center for Jewish Life near Branscomb Quad. (Hustler Staff/Alexa White)

WHITE: Even during a pandemic, Grins is still the gem of campus dining

Alexa White February 26, 2021
Grins is some of the best food you can get, regardless if you are vegetarian, vegan or just very hungry.
Protesters and counter-protesters stand outside of Belmont before the final presidential debate on October 22nd, 2020. (Hustler Multimedia/Hunter Long)

STAFF EDITORIAL: Change is a two-way street

Editorial Board February 22, 2021
The administration needs to engage with its student activists and facilitate a campus where they can exercise this part of their education.
Snowy Warren College photographed on Feb. 15, 2021. (Hustler Multimedia/Emery Little)

ABEL: In defense of the snow day

Zoe Abel, Staff Writer February 20, 2021
In a school year dominated by stress and bad news, the unexpected joy of a snow day is even more important.
Kissam Munchie Mart (Sophia She/Vanderbilt Hustler)

WHITE: Limited Munchie Mart meals available for a meal swipe is a campus cash grab

Alexa White February 20, 2021
Any upperclassman will tell you: Munchie Mart used to be better.
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