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International students partner with MLC and VSG to present demands to Dean Bandas, ISSS

July 2, 2020

Preliminary data from student-led surveys reveal disparity in opinion between domestic and international students on Vanderbilt’s Fall 2020 Plan.

International students share stories from their Vanderbilt experiences at the Lanterns Showcase, held annually in February.

International students react to Return to Campus plan

June 22, 2020

Though the official announcement gave 10 days to declare intention to study remotely, individual emails to students indicate greater flexibility.

Photo courtesy Valerie Kraft

The ‘Dank New Rand Memes’ jackpot: fall semester

June 22, 2020

Many students took to the “Dank New Rand Memes” Facebook group to give their opinion on the announcement regarding fall semester protocol.

Trendy face masks are the newest way to flaunt your style. Screenshot from mykitsch.com

Face masks— the trendy way to make a statement on campus

June 21, 2020

Fashionable face mask ideas for everyday use on campus.

Matt Hogan and Ben Hansen are just two of the players who have been active on TikTok. Screenshot from TikTok desktop.

Vandy Boys are hitting it out of the park… on TikTok

June 19, 2020

Rising junior Matt Hogan and incoming first-year Ben Hansen have acquired thousands of followers and views on the platform.

A protestor held up a Captain America shield in front of the Tennessee State Capitol.

IN PHOTOS: Nashville Black Lives Matter Protest

June 5, 2020

The Nashville community comes together to peacefully march downtown in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and victims of police brutality.

A clip of Chris Mann's

Blair graduate Chris Mann helps us answer the question: what does quarantine sound like?

May 29, 2020

Chris Mann (‘04) has transformed his talent as a classical vocalist into that of a Youtube parody star, redefining his career and bringing unity to his viewers.

HBO Max hits the ground running, and here’s what to watch

HBO Max hits the ground running, and here’s what to watch

May 27, 2020

A new contender joins the streaming wars—HBO Max. With an impressive collection of classic movies, sitcoms and animated series, the new streaming service might actually stand a chance against industry titan Netflix.

Feed the Front Line Poster for their website. (Screenshot by Immanual John Milton)

Nashville’s Feed the Front Line to host virtual benefit festival

May 18, 2020

Feed the Front Line is partnering with CMT in hopes of raising funds to continue supporting local restaurants and delivering food around U.S. cities. Feed the Front Line LIVE will be streaming from CMT’s Facebook and Youtube channels May 20.

From co-creator of “Rick and Morty,” new alien family sitcom “Solar Opposites” stalls at liftoff

From co-creator of “Rick and Morty,” new alien family sitcom “Solar Opposites” stalls at liftoff

May 12, 2020

New Hulu original series “Solar Opposites” follows “Rick and Morty’s” lead with genre subversions and witty, unique characters—so why does it still fail?

Career center pamphlets on display on a table, one of which features a smiling student

Vanderbilt students adapt to online summer

May 6, 2020

With many in-person internships cancelled and summer courses moved online, Vanderbilt students look elsewhere for summer opportunities.

Cafe Coco, an Italian eatery and staple study spot for Vanderbilt students, is set to close its doors and reopen under new branding. Photo courtesy Cafe Coco.

Cafe Coco set to close its doors, reopen as Italian market without classic live music

May 4, 2020

Say goodbye to the live music and eclectic vibe of longtime student-favorite Cafe Coco. Owner Chuck Cinelli is shutting down the Elliston Place locale until further notice, rebranding it as a fast-casual Italian eatery with a focus on high-quality family recipes.