On Ebola, rioting and prioritization

Perhaps Morocco took its cue from Governors Christie and Cuomo. Unlike the governors, however, Morocco will be made to pay — literally. On Sunday, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) fined the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (RMFF) $1 million for reneging on its commitment to host the 2015 African Cup of Nations (AFCON), and another $9.1 […]

Jumbos survive difficult road trip, stay undefeated in NESCAC

For a moment this past weekend, it looked like the No. 4 women’s basketball team was at risk of dropping its first NESCAC game of the season. The Jumbos were down three with just 19.7 seconds left to play at Hamilton’s Margaret Bundy Scott Field House on Friday night after committing a foul and giving the […]

Sol Gittleman returns to Intro to Yiddish Culture this spring, reflects on 50 years

Professor Sol Gittleman began his time at Tufts over 50 years ago. Since then, he has become one of the most enduring and respected members of the school’s faculty and holds the title of Tufts’ longest-serving provost. He has taught a number of undergraduate courses, and his Intro to Yiddish Culture course, taken by students across disciplines, is still one of […]

Tufts equestrian rides to another year of success

The Tufts equestrian team, one of the school’s lesser-known club sports programs, has been dominating their competition once again this year. The team’s 35 equestrians have risen to first place in point total in their region so far this season and have four more events left this spring to help secure their fourth title in […]