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

Calvin H. Warner, Guest Writer 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.
Taco Mama as photographed on Feb. 13, 2021. (Vanderbilt Multimedia/Hallie Williams)

PERROTTA: Taste of Nashville: Campus Dining’s saving grace during COVID-19

Rachael Perrotta, Staff Writer February 14, 2021
Taste of Nashville has salvaged Campus Dining during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Digital Commodore Cards are quickly replacing the plastic ones. (Hustler Communications/Emery Little)

SMITH: Commodore cards—one of the pillars of Vanderbilt culture. Don’t lose it now.

Nora Smith, Deputy Opinion Editor February 13, 2021
Don't phase out physical Commodore cards just because digital ones are available. Why can't we use both?
Newly elected President Joe Biden (Hustler Communications/Emery Little)

ZHAO: Congress, give the little people a raise

Stanley Zhao, Staff Writer February 12, 2021
Raising the minimum wage will unequivocally benefit college students.
A shelf of books at Vanderbilt library (Hustler Multimedia/Mattigan Kelly)

LANGFORD: The Founding Fathers are not relevant in contemporary debates

Will Langford, Editorial Director February 7, 2021
The fetishization of the Founding Fathers as an attempt to resist change is a tired, last resort argument that reveals the insecurity of American people, rather than their reverence for the past.
Vanderbilt Star V mural (Hustler Multimedia/Emery Gonçalves

HUSSAIN: #Vanderbilt Not ‘25

Ali Hussain, Staff Writer February 6, 2021
Amidst college acceptances for the Class of 2025, we must remember not to compare ourselves and our admissions to those in the incoming freshman class.
Sign in Vanderbilt Stadium (Hustler Multimedia/Alex Venero)

SMITH: No more asymptomatic testing for close contacts? Not a good plan.

Nora Smith, Deputy Opinion Editor February 5, 2021
Vanderbilt's decision to remove asymptomatic testing for close-contacts was unnecessary and could lead to further spread of the virus.
Vanderbilt student rest, relax, and do yoga on Alumni Lawn/ (Hustler Multimedia/Emily Gonçalves)

ABEL: Treat rest days like test days

Zoe Abel, Staff Writer January 31, 2021
We become better athletes, better students and better people when we care for ourselves too.
College Board may say they're for the students, but purely economical decisions show they're not. (Hustler Communications/Emery Little)

PERROTTA: College Board isn’t on students’ side

Rachael Perrotta, Staff Writer January 29, 2021
College Board’s recent elimination of SAT Subject Tests and the SAT Essay is purely economical.
Greek Row is home to the Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic organizations on Vanderbilt’s campus. (Hustler Multimedia/Alex Venero)

WARMUTH: Abolish Greek Life’s Vanderbilt norm

Connor Warmuth January 28, 2021
Abolishing Greek life means working towards the end of campus exclusion.
Students eat while socially distanced on alumni lawn. (Hustler Multimedia/Truman McDaniel)

STAFF EDITORIAL: Thank you, Vanderbilt

Editorial Board January 25, 2021

Did Vandy really have the audacity to think they could conduct an in-person school year? Leading up to the fall semester, it’s fair to say there was a substantial amount of skepticism amongst students...

Statue on Vanderbilt's main campus dressed in a mask. (Hustler Multimedia/Emery Little)

ABBOTT: We can wait for the vaccine

Annabelle Abbott, Staff Writer January 24, 2021
The Vanderbilt community needs to ensure prioritization of individuals at high-risk for COVID-19.
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