Jumbos improve to 16-0

After a very successful spring break trip, the nationally No. 1-ranked Tufts softball team returned to Medford with a full slate of games on the schedule for this week. But due to unseasonably bad weather in Massachusetts, the team’s home opener against Bates on Friday was postponed, as was the team’s doubleheader on Saturday. As a […]


Tufts stays on point in return to Northeast

The baseball team continued to roll after storming out to an 8-3 start over spring break, improving its record to 13-4 on the year with wins over Keene State yesterday and Plymouth State on Wednesday. The Tufts offense, which averaged nearly 11 runs per game during its torrid swing through North Carolina and Virginia, remained hot despite lingering […]


New anthropology fieldwork course to be offered next fall

A new anthropology course, Anthropology 161: Fieldwork Lab, will be offered next fall. The course, which was proposed by Senior Lecturer in Anthropology Cathy Stanton at the anthropology department faculty meeting on March 11, will teach traditional anthropological fieldwork methods to students. According to Stanton, the new course, which she will teach, will be offered on Wednesday afternoons. It will be an […]


Police investigate anti-Semitic graffiti, suspect in previous incident arraigned

Tufts University Police Department (TUPD) is continuing to investigate an incident of anti-Semitic graffiti, which took place outside the Theta Delta Chi (123) house at 123 Packard Ave. last Saturday, March 28. TUPD officers received a report of a vandalism incident at 9:50 a.m. that morning from the students living at 123, who discovered that […]


Community Health program in transition, primary major introduced

Currently, students looking to study Community Health (CH) can only declare it as a secondary major, meaning that students have to select another, “primary” major to study simultaneously. Next fall’s undergrads, however, will be the first to be able to pursue a primary CH major without being required to study something else, freeing up both time and credits for those interested […]


Ringo Starr brings good cheer with latest solo album, ‘Postcards from Paradise’

While everyone remembers Ringo Starr as the affable drummer of The Beatles, he is also generally considered the least important member of the band. This may be a fair characterization; his contributions to the Beatles’ repertoire — from “Yellow Submarine” (off “Revolver,” 1966) to “Octopus’s Garden” (off “Abbey Road,”1969) — were invariably goofy, almost childish in execution. […]


Reed Krakoff offers predictions for future of fashion

This past Monday evening, March 30, esteemed alumni Reed Krakoff (LA ’86) visited Tufts and spoke to an audience of alumni and students. As part of the Lyon & Bendheim Alumni Lecture Series, Krakoff came to Tufts to discuss his experiences in the fashion industry and to provide insights into the directions in which he believes […]


Tufts falls to Brandeis 6-3 in-early season upset

On Wednesday, the men’s tennis team lost 6-3 to No. 35 Brandeis, which improved to 5-7 on the season, while No. 23 Tufts fell to 3-2. Although Tufts split the singles competition with Brandeis, the host swept all three doubles matches to secure the victory. This was the Jumbos’ first match in nine days after their road trip over […]


What’s up this weekend

Looking to make your weekend artsy? Check out these events! Battle of the Bands 2015: Come see the contest whose winner will play as an opener at Spring Fling! The bands competing are GGGGHOSTS, Maevey, Rollersnakes, Wakana and Shark Saddle. (Friday at 9:00 p.m. in Hotung Cafe. Admission is free. No tickets required.) Major: Undecided […]


Geometric destruction

The beauty of dilapidation reveals the cyclical nature of life. As the grandiose is detached from the grand, each component is shown in its singular form. The seamlessness of creation is fractured, unmasking the creator’s artifice. Life is seen as it is: unfiltered and unaware. Capturing the subtle transformations of physical, natural and human forces, […]


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