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Campus Publications

Both graduate and undergraduate students have the opportunity to write for or serve on the editorial boards of these publications–an ideal opportunity to build friendships and gain practical, resume-building experience.

Vanderbilt Lives

Vanderbilt Lives is an annual publication of undergraduate creative nonfiction. This publication is a collaborative effort between the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities and The Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy. Under the direction of a faculty advisor, student editors review, edit, and publish an annual volume of outstanding creative nonfiction essays composed by Vanderbilt undergraduates.

Vanderbilt Hustler

Vanderbilt Hustler is a bi-weekly newspaper and news source for Vanderbilt University’s campus and a forum for students’ perspectives. The Hustler’s content is divided into six sections, each of which is run by a a student editor and staffed by Vanderbilt students: News, Life, Opinion, Sports, Voices, and Multimedia.