The Vanderbilt Hustler

Plants in one of the Vanderbilt Greenhouses, which were permanently terminated last school year.

GUEST EDITORIAL: On the closure of the outdoor recreation center

June 29, 2020

Vanderbilt’s promise of future sustainability does not compensate for its current environmental failings.

The Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center(BCC). (Hustler Multimedia)

GUEST EDITORIAL: Let’s get real about what’s happening

June 26, 2020

A discussion on misogynoir and intersecting oppressive systems.

E. Bronson Ingram is a Residential College located on Vanderbilt's main campus.

GUEST EDITORIAL: 10 days is not enough time for international students to make a decision about the fall semester

June 22, 2020

In a situation where we needed the university’s support the most, Vanderbilt administration has disregarded international students’ concerns and uncertainties.

Kissam Center, a hub for Warren and Moore College, is located on Main Campus.

GUEST EDITORIAL: Vanderbilt has made it clear: incoming transfers are not worthy of the Vandy experience

June 21, 2020

Vanderbilt disregards the incoming transfer class via mandatory off-campus measures, potentially tarnishing the on-campus experience only preserved for first-year students.

Kirkland Hall.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: In response to Matt Colleran’s flimsy apology

June 14, 2020

A Vanderbilt alum’s commentary on apologies, forgiveness and changing our minds.

Photo provided by Laine Finn

GUEST EDITORIAL: A pandemic shouldn’t stop Vanderbilt’s commitment to equity for LGBTQ+ students– it should heighten it

June 13, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in increased challenges for LGBTQ+ students, and Vanderbilt hasn’t fully recognized or prioritized the needs of our community.

Highland quad with the sun streaming in front and a tree

Housing constraints will require that new transfer students live off-campus for the 2020-2021 academic year

June 12, 2020

The university said in an email statement that this change will not affect financial aid packages and that students can utilize the Off-Campus Housing Service to find places to live nearby.

Kirkland Hall houses a large portion of Vanderbilt's administration.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: In response to myself

June 8, 2020

Why a conservative columnist regrets his words on race and interactions with the Vanderbilt community.

Buttrick Hall houses a number of A&S departments and a graduate student floor, serving as one of many staple academic spaces on campus.

GUEST EDITORIAL: Pandemic reveals Vanderbilt’s ongoing failure to support graduate workers

June 7, 2020

Vanderbilt has the money to support graduate workers during COVID-19 despite claims otherwise.

GUEST EDITORIAL: Vanderbilt declares support for equality, yet honors a white supremacist

GUEST EDITORIAL: Vanderbilt declares support for equality, yet honors a white supremacist

June 7, 2020

Vanderbilt should remove the title of Professor Emerita from “ethnic separatist” Virginia Abernethy.

Protestors march in New York City.

GUEST EDITORIAL: No justice, no peace

June 6, 2020

Why only supporting protests against racial injustice if they’re peaceful misses the point.

Black Lives Matter Protest at Nashville State Capitol

GAO: Why social justice begins with acknowledging our own prejudice

June 5, 2020

To brave the pain of our society, we should first look within ourselves and question the truth behind our actions and beliefs.