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The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

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Stories from Vanderbilt University
Free menstrual products available in select campus bathrooms by Sept. 3
College Reporting

Mae Monette | October 20, 2021

Free menstrual products—pads and tampons—will be available in select campus bathrooms by Sept. 3. This initiative is Tier I of the three-pronged VSG Campus Life Committee proposal.

Dispensers with…

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CAIME: I paid $20 a day to commute to my unpaid internship.
College Reporting

Olivia Caime | October 12, 2021

Every single hot summer day from May to August, I made the one-and-a-half-hour daily commute to the company office and worked seven-hour days, five days a week. My work schedule was close to that of a…

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IN PHOTOS: Hot Multi Summer
College Reporting

Josh Rehders | October 7, 2021

This summer was one packed full for our Multimedia staff, with some members traveling to Nebraska, Texas, Colorado and Hawaii while others stayed in the Nashville area. No matter where they were, the staff…

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FELLAS: Let fashion speak for itself
College Reporting

Nora Fellas | September 28, 2021

By now, you’ve definitely seen Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s dress from the 2021 Met Gala themed In America: A Lexicon of Fashion. The dress was white with a classic silhouette and had the…

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“Certified Lover Boy” is nothing we haven’t heard before
College Reporting

Samuel Hyland | September 20, 2021

Whether you listen to Drake or not, chances are that you’ve encountered some version of a questionable duck-faced mirror selfie the rapper unironically posted to social media last month.

There he…

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‘Critical’ violation and official warning issued to VUMC regarding guinea pig mistreatment
College Reporting

Rachael Perrotta | September 17, 2021

Editor’s note: Graphic image of animal mistreatment

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued a “critical” violation to VUMC during an April 27, 2021, annual inspection. This violation…

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‘I bowled 30 years for that one moment’: Associate women’s bowling coach Josie Barnes is a U.S. Open champion
College Reporting

Justin Hershey | September 16, 2021

“When I went into this week, I really had no expectations of bowling as well as I did. But I did tell myself I wanted to leave [the U.S. Open] feeling like I could be respected.”

Vanderbilt associate…

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Dixie Place renamed Vivien Thomas Way
College Reporting

Ryan Suddath | April 7, 2021

On April 5, Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) capped off a nearly year-long project to change the name of Dixie Place to Vivien Thomas Way. 

Running from 21st Avenue South to VUMC’s Central…

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STAFF EDITORIAL: Change is a two-way street
College Reporting

Editorial Board | February 23, 2021

Student activism has a complicated history on Vanderbilt’s campus. As a university, we have a reputation for being mostly apolitical and uncontroversial in our handling of social issues and current events….

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VSG endorses Graduate Workers United List of Demands for the Spring 2021 Semester
College Reporting

Emma Mattson | February 16, 2021

In a 15-3 vote on Wednesday, Feb. 3, Vanderbilt Student Government (VSG) Senate called on Vanderbilt administration to implement a petition from Vanderbilt Graduate Workers United (VGWU) regarding working…

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Former Vanderbilt political science and law professor Carol Swain serves as Vice Chair for 1776 Commission
College Reporting

Henry Ridley | February 8, 2021

Two days before being dissolved by newly inaugurated President Joe Biden, the Trump administration’s 1776 Commission released The 1776 Report. The report named former Vanderbilt Professor of Political…

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Commodore Brunch Week Eleven: Rock Bottom
College Reporting

Simon Gibbs | November 19, 2019

What is rock bottom?

Is it a 24 point loss to the UNLV Rebels, a team that proceeded to lose to Fresno State, San Diego State, Colorado State and Hawaii in succession? Somehow, someway, that’s not it.

What…

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Commodore Brunch Week Seven: Back from the dead
College Reporting

Max Schneider | October 28, 2019

Derek Mason heard the boos. He heard the calls to can him. He heard all of it.

And this – this was his revenge game. Amidst a week of criticism and questions of job security, Mason plotted.

“We…

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Opinion: Time to quit the Juul
College Reporting

Jack Rosenblum | October 15, 2019

For several decades, Americans have worked hard to reduce the presence of cigarettes only to see them replaced by something which could be far more dangerous.  As of Sept. 30, 2019, 15 Americans have…

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