Channeling Ina: Essential cookbooks for the young millennial

Before Tasty videos and Insta-recipe posts became mainstream, cookbooks were the fail-safe go-to for learning new recipes. In the Internet age where young adults google everything and eschew physical things, I still think that having a few classic cookbooks is absolutely necessary when you are first learning how to cook. These cookbooks below range from […]

After Years: Chapter Seven

Editor’s note: This column is part of a fictional weekly serial. “So do we think it’s amnesia? And he’s really just a cute little old man now? Or are we leaning towards mastermind with borderline sociopathy — he’s fully aware of his past, and he’s been pretending this whole time? The scary people in suits weren’t […]

Events Box — 3.31.16

Looking for some post-spring break relaxation? Check out one of these arts events happening on campus this weekend. Torn Ticket II Presents — Urinetown: The Musical: Torn Ticket II is putting on their spring major production of Urinetown, a musical satire of the legal system, class divide, corporate mismanagement and musical theatre as a whole. […]

Editorial: Campus housing situation is slow-burning crisis

In recent months, the administration has taken increased measures through students and faculty to gauge an understanding of desired housing options. The recently formed Residential Strategies Working Group (RSWG) is just one example of how Tufts administrators are working with students to create a realistic plan for housing both on-campus and off-campus. Additionally, the Office of […]

Maker Network connects maker organizations on campus, increases accessibility of makerspaces

Andy Braren wanted to make building things easier at Tufts. With this goal in mind, in 2013 — during his sophomore year at Tufts — he started Tufts MAKE as a subgroup under the Tufts Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (THFES). Tufts MAKE had a fun first project: an oreo de-creamer. As the team worked on multiple prototypes toward the […]

Men’s lacrosse maintain perfect conference record, despite disappointing loss to Stevenson

While the rest of the student body enjoyed the reprieve of spring break, Tufts played Stevenson University, Colby and Trinity, the latter two being significant as conference match-ups. On Tuesday night, they competed in a fourth game against Western New England University (WNE). The games resulted in three wins for Tufts, against Colby, Trinity and WNE, […]

Men’s and women’s swimming and diving cap off strong season at NCAA Championships

While spring sports teams opened their seasons, the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams wrapped up their seasons over the first weekend of spring break at the 2016 NCAA Div. III Championships in Greensboro, N.C., which ran from March 16 to March 19. Senior tri-captain Michael Winget, senior Anthony DeBenedetto, junior diver Matt Rohrer and first-year Kingsley […]

Men’s tennis starts season strong over spring break

The men’s tennis team got into form quickly to start its spring campaign, posting a strong 5-2 record during their California trip over spring break. The team beat Vassar College 7-2, Whitman College 5-4, UC Santa Cruz 8-1, Stevens College 8-1 and Colby 7-2. The team only dropped a pair of matches to the University of Chicago and Redlands […]

Tufts Culinary Society brings chefs, students to the table to share love of food

It was a Monday evening, and roughly 50 students gathered together in Pearson Hall. Despite their busy midterm study schedules, these students were listening to Ross Weinberg, the chef and general manager of the Boston eatery Figs, an Italian restaurant created by legendary restaurateur Todd English that has two locations in Boston. Organized by the Tufts […]

President of Armenia speaks to Fletcher students during first working visit to Boston

President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan spoke to a group of 15 Tavitian Scholars from Tufts at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy yesterday morning as a part of his first working visit to Massachusetts. The president’s Boston tour began on Monday and will continue to Washington, D.C. for the Nuclear Security Summit. The students who met with Sargsyan are part of the Tavitian Scholarship Program, a six-month […]