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Siren Song: Julianna Hernandez

Siren Song Julianna Hernandez  Atlantic City was old, fading, worn out. The city hugged the Atlantic Ocean, its resorts and once-famous boardwalk nestled between the New Jersey marshlands and islands. The boardwalk ran parallel to the gray sand. Screws jutted out from the wood in a few places, and the faded planks creaked and sighed…
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Student Artist Spotlight: Lackhoney

By Carter Johan, Managing Editor This month’s student artist spotlight is Lackhoney! We’ve included some tidbits of information we learned about them in our interview: ⁃How did you form the band? I was lucky early on in college to get connected to VRS (Vanderbilt Recording Studio) and some of the artists, producers, and engineers over…
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Blog: The Wicked + The Divine

By Darius Cowan, Prose Staff  Every 90 years, twelve gods are reincarnated as young people. They are loved. They are hated. In two years, they’re all gone. The year is 2014. It’s happened before. It’s happening again. So begins the tale of The Wicked + the Divine. Writer Kieron Gillen teams up with artist Jamie…
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Student Artist Spotlight: Bryan Hollis

This month’s student artist spotlight is Bryan Hollis, a staff member on our poetry selection committee as well as a comedy and comic extraordinaire! “I grew up reading the comics every day before school, from classics like “Dennis the Menace” to “Pearls Before Swine,” and everything in between. Like any other little kid that becomes…
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Student Artist Spotlight: Julia Lubarsky

This month, our featured Student Artist is Junior Julia Lubarsky! Julia has been doing photography and design since her freshman year of high school when she took a darkroom photography class and fell in love with it. Julia is an Art Editor for The Vanderbilt Review and has been on the team since her freshman year.…
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