Inclusivity and the Future of Greek Life at Vanderbilt

Inclusivity and the Future of Greek Life at Vanderbilt

Greek life on college campuses has long been derided as a place where diversity cannot flourish and racism is the status quo. It is easy to find headlines of Greek chapters at other schools going viral for racist drinking chants or bid day Snapchats. At Vanderbilt, examples of this blatant...

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OPINION: Football’s Woman Problem and How Vanderbilt is Contributing to it

OPINION: Football’s Woman Problem and How Vanderbilt is Contributing to it

My dad is an avid sports fan. If I make it to one game in an entire semester, it’s a miracle, but I can always expect score updates from him to keep me in the loop. Even from afar, I always get really into it. Not for the “beauty of...

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And The World Will Know: Vanderbilt Adjunct Faculty Attempt to Unionize

And The World Will Know: Vanderbilt Adjunct Faculty Attempt to Unionize

“We, the undersigned, have pledged to build a better Vanderbilt.  We have pledged to build a union.” Nearly 100 Vanderbilt University contracted professors, also called adjunct or not tenure-track professors, have organized to begin the process of forming a union. They have petitioned the National Labor Relations Board to hold...

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Art and Politics: How a Broadway rap star brought peace to a grieving campus

Art and Politics: How a Broadway rap star brought peace to a grieving campus

Walking around Vanderbilt’s campus on Wednesday, November 9th felt like being at a funeral. Students walked slowly with hunched shoulders, and many eyes were filled with tears in reaction to what many thought was impossible: Donald Trump being elected president. That evening, many Vanderbilt students turned to an unlikely source...

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