WMFO provides students with creative outlet for over 40 years

WMFO, Tufts University’s radio station and one of the oldest college stations in the country, is run by both students and community volunteers. Radio broadcasts run 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and in recent years, student DJs have brought new energy to this long-running radio program. According to the Tufts Digital Archives, […]

Students host annual Tufts Idea Exchange

Seven members of the Tufts community, including students, a professor and an alumnus, delivered short presentations on their unique ideas as part of the fifth edition of the Tufts Idea Exchange . TEX, which is part of the Institute for Global Leadership’s Synaptic Scholars Program, is based off of the popular Technology, Entertainment, Design conferences. […]

Former Ambassador Swanee Hunt delivers guest lecture

Former U.S. Ambassador to Austria, Swanee Hunt, spoke with students and faculty yesterday about the evolving role of women in government decision making, particularly in those decisions involving conflict. Hunt, who is currently the Eleanor Roosevelt Lecturer in Public Policy at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, was introduced by Associate Professor of Political Science Richard […]

Golf | Koh finishes first among 83 golfers at RIC Invitational

Sophomore Brendan Koh earned medalist honors at the Rhode Island College Spring Invitational this past weekend, playing at the par-72 Valley Country Club with a two-day score of 154. Koh, who shot a 79 on the first day and a 75 on the second, finished 10-over-par to beat out 82 other golfers and claim the […]

Coed Sailing | Jumbos qualify for Nationals for first time since 2010

Coming off a strong second-place finish at the Marchiando Team Race, the coed sailing team entered the New England Team Racing regatta with a concrete goal: to qualify for the Intercollegiate Sailing Association Team Racing National Championship. The team accomplished that goal, coming in fourth place to grab the final qualifying spot. “We knew that […]

Response to the last senate meeting

Many of us are aware that Tufts has a diverse international body on its campus. Over the last few months there has been debate over the creation of an International Community Representative in the Tufts Community Union Senate that would address issues that many, if not all, of the international students on campus face. Many […]

Relaying for a change

“Why do you Relay?” You may be surprised at how infrequently we, the Co-Chairs of Tufts Relay For Life, are asked this question. We Relay because we know cancer too well. In fact, all of Tufts knows cancer far too well. Whether you have watched a loved one struggle against cancer or simply been moved […]

Tufts music scene displays variety, talent

As the birthplace of successful musical acts like Guster and Timeflies, Tufts has for years maintained a competitive and burgeoning music scene among its student body. In fact, the university draws musical students from all disciplines — as countless YouTube application supplement videos can attest to. With engineers who can shred any Jimi Hendrix lick […]

Top Ten | Hosts to replace David Letterman

With news that David Letterman will step down from his post as the host of “Late Show With David Letterman” (1993-present), rumors about potential successors have been flying around. We in the Daily Arts Department have our own opinions on who could best fill the long-time host’s shoes.   10.) An oil painting of Vladimir […]

Not By Bread Alone’ provides sensory delight

It is not often that a performance can successfully create a close rapport between the audience and the cast members, but this is exactly what “Not by Bread Alone,” a live performance piece brought to Boston by ArtsEmerson and performed by members of the Nalaga’at Theater Ensemble, achieves. The theater was buzzing long after the […]