Response to a letter by ASAP on drink spiking

Dear ASAP, In your response to the Tufts email on Drink Spiking, which was published in the Tufts Daily on March 7, you stated that you were “appalled by the email” and called it “harmful” and “unproductive.” While you geared up to throw a tantrum, I think you missed the point. Yes, drink spiking is an […]

Earth On Fire: A Supreme vacancy

Amid the intense media attention paid to the shocking death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, a legal development of great importance failed to generate much public discussion. On Feb. 9, just four days before Justice Scalia died, the Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision to temporarily block the implementation of President Barack Obama’s […]

ASAP letter misguided in criticizing administration

On March 7, the Daily published an open letter by Action for Sexual Assault Prevention roundly criticizing three Tufts administrators for circulating an email addressing recent drink spiking incidents. ASAP members “were appalled by the email.” Their letter alleges a serious abdication of leadership by the administrators who sent it, so I think ASAP’s claims […]

TCU Senate unanimously passes resolution calling for Hindi-Urdu program

The Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate met on Sunday night in the Sophia Gordon Multipurpose Room to discuss supplementary funding, a resolution and a project approval request. TCU Senate President Brian Tesser opened the meeting by noting that a housing survey, which is a part of the Senate’s housing revision project, should be distributed this week, and that there […]