Study Finds That White Banners Hung From Frat Houses Cure Mental Illness

Study Finds That White Banners Hung From Frat Houses Cure Mental Illness

In a stunning finding from Vanderbilt Medical Center, mental illness is on its way to being cured on Vanderbilt’s campus. A team of researchers at the medical center investigated the impact of mental health initiatives being led by fraternities and sororities on Vanderbilt’s campus and found that they are wildly...

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Why Betsy DeVos’ Policies Are Too Lax

Why Betsy DeVos’ Policies Are Too Lax

*The following piece is satirical and in no way reflects the opinion of the writer or Vanderbilt Political Review In recent headlines Betsy DeVos has expressed her desire to use federal funds to arm teachers. The justification behind allowing teachers and staff to carry weapons is the idea that a...

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Leaked Images Reveal Vanderbilt Speakers Committee Brainstorming

Leaked Images Reveal Vanderbilt Speakers Committee Brainstorming

It was a quiet and cool Sunday evening at Vanderbilt University, and the Vanderbilt Political Review (VPR) was having an executive board meeting in Kissam C216. In the minutes leading up to 8:00pm, VPR exec members filed into this large and lavish lecture hall armed with our laptops and Nalgene...

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Donald Trump Shocks World with Grammatically Coherent Book (Satire)

Donald Trump Shocks World with Grammatically Coherent Book (Satire)

Disclaimer: the following article is satire, and it should not be taken as truth. 11:00 AM Today, veteran journalist Bob Woodward  joined the ranks of notable authors to publish tell-all books from inside the Trump White House. Woodward’s book titled Fear details explosive allegations of misconduct and delinquency against Trump...

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In defense of crystal meth

In defense of crystal meth

Being in college causes a lot of stress about the rough parts of life, such as worrying about money, working out, or doing well on exams; however, there is one aspect of life that is unfairly represented on campus: crystal meth. The image of crystal meth has been totally and...

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OPINION: On rightness

OPINION: On rightness

Let’s face it Vanderbilt: being right-handed is under attack. During my over two and a half years at Vanderbilt, I have been dismayed by the lack of attention paid to this issue. If we really pride ourselves as being a campus of equity and equality for all, why have so...

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BREAKING: Chad Floored by Rampant Halloweekend Cultural Appropriation

BREAKING: Chad Floored by Rampant Halloweekend Cultural Appropriation

  NASHVILLE, TN: In an astounding turn of events, Chad, of an undisclosed “top tier” house, reported yet another incident of cultural appropriation on Halloweekend. A reportedly “absurd” amount of party-goers were decked out in traditional Risky Business attire, flaunting the look without regard for the storied traditions of Vanderbilt...

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Vegetables: A Liberal Conspiracy

Vegetables: A Liberal Conspiracy

For decades, liberals have been conspicuously promoting the consumption of vegetables in our society. The latest transgression, and arguably the most sinister, was Michelle Obama’s incessant forcing of vegetables on young children. She even put pressure on school districts to conform to mandatory vegetable requirements. Innocent school children often have...

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Healthcare In Animalia

Healthcare In Animalia

Far away, in a land called Animalia, the animals prepare for the winter. It will be one of the coldest winters in recorded history, so it is imperative that the animals look out for each other so that everyone can survive. There was a law in place that allowed some...

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Superhuman “KT” Brings Phi Psi Formal Bus to Justice

Superhuman “KT” Brings Phi Psi Formal Bus to Justice

Over the past semester, multiple Greek organizations have found themselves in hot water with Vanderbilt’s Greek Life Office for allegations of hazing, unregistered events, and an overall lifestyle of debauchery. But Vanderbilt alone cannot fight the awesome might of its own Greek system; the university needs a hero to keep...

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