The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University

The Vanderbilt Hustler

The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University
Since 1888
The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University

The Vanderbilt Hustler

The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University
The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University

The Vanderbilt Hustler

The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University
A banner posted outside Sarratt Student Center, captured on Sept. 23, 2022.
Governor Bill Lee calls for investigation of VUMC transgender health clinic after accusatory social media posts
Conservative commentator Matt Walsh alleged that the clinic performs gender-affirming procedures to draw in profits and does not tolerate employees’ personal and religious concerns.
Charlotte Mauger and Rachael Perrotta September 23, 2022
Vanderbilt community celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival
Jenny Yang, Staffer In-Training • September 15, 2022
Graphic depicting the capacities app in use. (Hustler Multimedia/Alexa  White)
Dining halls, libraries launch new space monitoring systems
The Occuspace technology is currently used in Branscomb Munchie Market, Commons, EBI, Rothschild, The Pub, Zeppos, Kissam, Local Java and Rand Dining Hall, as well as Central, Divinity, Peabody and Stevenson Libraries.
Anabelle Lam and Rhea Patney September 22, 2022
A banner posted outside Sarratt Student Center, captured on Sept. 23, 2022.
Governor Bill Lee calls for investigation of VUMC transgender health clinic after accusatory social media posts
Conservative commentator Matt Walsh alleged that the clinic performs gender-affirming procedures to draw in profits and does not tolerate employees’ personal and religious concerns.
Charlotte Mauger and Rachael Perrotta September 23, 2022
Bookshelves in Central Library, as photographed on Nov. 16, 2021. (Hustler Multimedia/Miguel Beristain)
Nashville public libraries close due to bomb threat, police investigation ongoing
Nashville is one of many city libraries to receive bomb threats during “Banned Books Week.”
Aaditi Lele and Brina Ratangee September 22, 2022
Vice Chancellor for Health and Wellness Pam Jones (left) and Vanderbilt’s new Reproductive Health and Parental Resource Coordinator Hannah Proctor (right). (Hustler Multimedia / Nikita Rohila)
Q&A: Newly appointed Reproductive and Maternal Health Coordinator Hannah Proctor, Vice Chancellor Pam Jones
Proctor and Jones discussed Proctor’s new role, the reproductive health task force and community outreach.
Aaditi Lele, Katherine Oung and Nikita Rohila September 21, 2022
Graphic symbolizing the current AXLE guidelines.
College of Arts and Science to revamp AXLE curriculum over next few years
“The Future of A&S Curriculum” initiative aims to redesign the college’s curriculum to better suit twenty-first century students.
Tasfia Alam and Ilana Drake September 18, 2022
Protestors react to the overturning of Roe v. Wade outside the Supreme Court, as photographed on June 24, 2022.
Faculty and administrators react to overturning of Roe v. Wade
A member of the university’s reproductive rights task force and professors discuss the effects of the Supreme Court’s verdict.
Danni Chacon and Brina Ratangee July 12, 2022
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