After over three decades, Parade of Nations continues to dazzle Tufts community

Now in its 32nd year, the International Club’s Parade of Nations has become a staple here at Tufts. Founded as a platform to showcase Tufts’ international diversity, the Parade has become one of the biggest culture shows on campus. With over 400 tickets sold, this is the first time in recent memory that the Parade of Nations has […]

New working group formed to develop master plan for campus housing

A new university working group is in the process of gathering student feedback, assessing campus facilities and analyzing the overall residential experience at Tufts in preparation for the creation of a housing master plan by the end of the semester. The working group, comprised of Campus Planning, Facilities Services, the Office of Residential Life and Learning (ResLife), Student Affairs and the […]

Men’s track and field improve qualifying times as seven Jumbos prepare for nationals

As the indoor track and field season reaches its climactic end this weekend with the NCAA Div. III National Championships, the men’s track team is poised for a strong showing on the national stage. Tufts competed in two of its final indoor meets this weekend. The first was at home on Friday for the Tufts Final Qualifying […]

Editorial: Gender imbalances in student organizations

From Tufts Democrats to Tufts Debate Society, the male to female ratio in many Tufts clubs is hugely lopsided. While there is no central database for students enrolled in each club, many club leaders have stated their male to female ratio is as high as six to one. This problem extends to even our representatives in the […]

Allen, Harrison and Smith punch their tickets to national championships

Over the weekend, Tufts hosted the annual Last Chance Meet at the Gantcher Center. This meet, which features competition from all across the country, gives athletes on the bubble one final shot at qualifying for the NCAA Div. III National Championships next weekend in Grinnell, Iowa. Senior quad-captain Marilyn Allen far and away had the […]

Stanco, Porges fall at CSA Individual Nationals as squash season comes to an end

The squash season officially came to an end this past weekend for both the men’s and women’s teams as first-year Aidan Porges of the men’s team and senior captain Paget Stanco of the women’s team competed in the College Squash Association (CSA) Individual Nationals. Unfortunately for the Jumbos, both Porges and Stanco lost in the opening […]

Students for Justice in Palestine hold demonstration as part of Israeli Apartheid Week

Tufts Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) staged an educational demonstration yesterday on the Tisch Library Patio as a part of its annual Israeli Apartheid Week. The demonstration involved four stations focusing on the city Hebron in the West Bank, East Jerusalem, the Gaza Strip and a Bedouin community in the Negev Desert. Each station represented […]

Chinese Super League: here to stay?

In the January transfer window, one league surpassed all others in total spending. Take a guess. The Premier League you say? Nope. La Liga? The Bundesliga? Serie A? Ligue 1? Keep guessing. Alright I’ll tell you: it was the Chinese Super League. Following Chinese president Xi Jinping’s vision of China becoming a soccer superpower, wealthy owners […]

Channeling Ina: My favorite food podcasts

I love a good podcast. Maybe it’s because I grew up listening to “Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me” and “Fresh Air,” or maybe it’s because there’s nothing better to listen to while you’re hanging out on the Red Line. Either way, it’s probably one of easiest, most entertaining ways to stay up to speed on current […]