By Fieve P. Ercenter NASHVILLE, TN — Happy anniversary, Czar Corradi! This month marks a full year since the establishment of the inaugural New York City rat czardom. On April 12th, 2023, New York City appointed Kathleen Corradi as its first-ever director of rodent mitigation, colloquially known as the “rat...

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  • April 16, 2024

By Penelope O’ Connor On March 23, 2024, Vanderbilt made an unprecedented decision to remove their anti-discrimination policy. This decision came as a result of the rising levels of political division on campus. Students are piping hot with anger and are protesting through one of the greatest forms of protest...

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  • April 15, 2024

By Nick Gebo Healthcare is expensive. We’ve all experienced that. Well actually probably not us — we’re Vanderbilt students — but by god I’m sure unaffordable treatment has been a real bummer for somebody out there. Thankfully, I have a readily available solution. I’m here to share a method that...

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  • April 10, 2024

By Connie Su and Bonnie Bu PADUCHA, KY– Nashvillian father Harold Chew’s family cites April 8, 2024, as a date of great excitement for him. He and many other astronomically-interested citizens had been gearing up for travel to witness the highly anticipated solar eclipse. In the week prior to this...

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  • April 8, 2024

By Hamdi Caseer It’s time for puffer jackets and sweaters to be shoved in the back of your closet. The need for layers of cotton, wool and fat to protect our bodies from the cold is gone. Spring is in the air, and with it, is the need to get...

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  • April 6, 2024