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Karachi vs. Kansas: Across (popular) cultures

Faryal (F): Even though Natasha and I have lived in the United States for either our entire lives or the latter parts of our lives, we both actively try to remain connected to the culture of Pakistan. For me, culture, specifically fashion, was one...

On Queer: On sexual assault

When I went home for the summer after my freshman year, I decided to go on Tinder. There would be no chance of running into someone from school, and thus it couldn’t be awkward. After many conversations that started and ended without going...

Members of Tufts United for Immigrant Justice speak to students and community members during a rally demanding that Tufts become a sanctuary campus, following a campus-wide walkout, on Nov. 16. (Evan Sayles / The Tufts Daily)

Undocumented at Tufts in Trump’s America

As more students of undocumented status have joined the Tufts community, the movement to address the needs of these students continues to gain momentum on campus, especially considering that the issue of immigration is central to the...

Maintaining Your Tuftsanity: Switchbacks

Is it always cowardly to run away? Lately, I’ve started to think running is the only thing keeping my head on straight. I was raised to think that it’s shameful to turn my back on bumps in the road. If something was challenging, I was encouraged...

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