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Swipes For A Cause, a student-run organization dedicated to turning unused student meal swipes into meals for the hungry, has been unable to donate 9,450 meals so far due to the actions (and inaction) of Vanderbilt administration. (Hustler Multimedia/Josh Rehders)

GUEST EDITORIAL: Vanderbilt, Bring back Swipes For A Cause

Nisala Kalupahana, Founder of Swipes For A Cause January 17, 2021
As thousands of Nashville residents struggle to feed their families, Vanderbilt has refused to work with us to help those people in need.
The first Federal King holiday was celebrated in 1986. Original photo of King taken by Marion S. Trikosko in 1964. (Hustler Staff/Miquéla Thornton)

THORNTON: Pose a threat to propaganda

Miquéla Thornton, Opinion Editor January 17, 2021
Our collective perception of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the biggest success stories of America’s fabulization of revolutionaries of color through propaganda. Combat it.
My uncle and I having fun on a swing set in 2003. (Photo courtesy of Rachael Perrotta)

PERROTTA: Tennis, sympathy cards and a pinch of magic

Rachael Perrotta, Staff Writer January 17, 2021
A tribute to Tom Perrotta, whose primary role was being an uncle and father despite being the face of worldwide tennis reporting for a decade.
Vanderbilt stands during the Vanderbilt vs. Ole Miss game. (Hustler Multimedia/Josh Rehders)

GUEST EDITORIAL: Discontinue Vanderbilt Athletics until it is safe

Laurence J. Zwiebel, Vanderbilt Professor January 15, 2021
Regardless of well-intentioned mitigation efforts and the financial rewards that come with university sports, this is just not a risk worth taking.
A gallows hangs near the United States Capitol during the storming of the United States Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. (Creative Commons/Tyler Merbler)

SCHULMAN: Unity is a joke

Max Schulman, Senior Writer January 14, 2021
Calls for unity after the failed Capitol Insurrection miss the point entirely—accountability what we need.
2021 is just around the corner. With the arrival of a new year comes its responsibilities and aspirations. (Hustler staff/Stanley Zhao)

ZHAO: New Year’s resolutions are a sham

Stanley Zhao, Staff Writer December 30, 2020
Here’s what you can do instead.
Student wellbeing has been sacrificed in the name of traditional learning. (Hustler Multimedia/Josh Rehders)

NGUYEN: Why has Vanderbilt sacrificed student wellbeing for traditional learning?

Danny Nguyen, Staff Writer December 28, 2020
If Vanderbilt hopes to stay open in the spring, they must meet student needs and learn from the mistakes of the fall semester.
The Vanderbilt Slant’s logo (The Slant)

KRISHNAN: Read The Slant

Abhinav Krishnan, Staff Writer December 20, 2020
Satire can help us recognize the difference between a thoughtful opinion and a pointless hot take.
 Graphic created by Nora Fellas. Picture of Sonia Braga
taken by John Mathew Smith, Zendaya taken by Glenn Francis and Willem Dafoe taken by Siebbi.

FELLAS: Welcome to the 21st Century, New York Times

Nora Fellas, Staff Writer December 14, 2020
The New York Times just released its top 25 actors of the 21st century, but their list looks like it was made in 1990.
Viewing my Vandy admissions file (Hustler staff/Nora Fellas)

FELLAS: I viewed my Vandy admissions file and learned nothing

Nora Fellas, Staff Writer December 9, 2020
Students could benefit from learning more about their successes and failures in the college admissions process.
During a normal school year, Vanderbilt freshmen line up to spell the year of their graduating class, which unfortunately could not happen for the Class of 2024. Vanderbilt University)

ABEL: Class of 2024, we did it.

Zoe Abel, Staff Writer November 30, 2020
Vanderbilt first-years should be proud; making it through the first semester of college with unprecedented hurdles is an accomplishment.
Protesters are outside of Belmont University prior to the last Presidential Debate. (Hustler Multimedia/Hunter Long)

JOHNSON: White allyship is fair-weather

Morgan Johnson, Staff Writer November 29, 2020
Consider your allyship: does it come from a fear of judgment or a place of compassion?
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