2020 vision: Warby Parker co-founder Neil Blumenthal discusses brand’s civic engagement, new store opening
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Preserving financial accessibility and a people-first mindset is paramount for Neil Blumenthal, a Tufts alumnus who co-founded the high-quality and fashionable eye-glasses company, Warby Parker. Blumenthal graduated from Tufts in 2002 with degrees in international relations and history. 


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Editorial: Tufts should better enforce residential cohort system

Before the start of next semester, the university must clearly communicate cohort lists to both residents and RAs. Additionally, the Office of Residential Life and Learning should offer more resources and support to RAs in the process of training and adapting to cohorts. This could include hiring alternative university employees who are responsible for enforcing cohort systems and social distancing within dorms.


‘We Are Who We Are’ ticks all the boxes

At first glance, HBO's "We Are Who We Are" (2020) seems like the lovechild of "Euphoria" (2019) and "Skins" (2007-2013) — another teen drama that portrays the ups and downs of adolescence and self-discovery. But as with all filmmaker Luca Guadagnino projects, there's more than what meets the eye.


Getting to know Tufts athletes: First-year students acclimating to student-athlete experience

Most first-year athletes were placed in the same residential cohorts as their teammates in order to limit their exposure to those not on the team, which in turn has also helped foster relationships among them.


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