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 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 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.