Outside of the Boot: What has happened to Barcelona?

One month ago, Barcelona were atop La Liga, nine points clear of second place Atletico Madrid and in the quarter finals of the Champions League after defeating Arsenal 5-1 on aggregate. It had been 39 games since they had lost in any competition. In their previous 20 league games, they had won 19. In their […]

The singles bar: Waiting for ‘Lemonade’ edition

As tomorrow’s release of Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” inches ever closer, let us enjoy the time we have left with the catchy hits set to dominate the airwaves this summer. After all, the past couple of weeks have yielded a number of outstanding singles. With the stage finally set, the battle for the title of “Song of the Summer” has […]

Tufts impresses in last meets before New England Championships

This weekend, the Tufts men’s crew team competed against Middlebury at Malden River on Saturday and traveled to Worcester on Sunday to race against the host Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), Skidmore College and Washington College. The Jumbos won three out of four races against their NESCAC opponent Middlebury Panthers and finished second only to the WPI Engineers […]

Style Spotlight: Georgia Kay

Georgia Kay is a junior at Tufts who spoke with me about Melbourne style, her slight obsession with cravats and what she thinks are the biggest fashion faux pas. Parker Selman (PS): How would you describe your personal style? Georgia Kay (GK): It’s very Melbourne. Melbourne is the fashion capitol of Australia. There are a […]

Dr. Inge Auerbacher recounts experience surviving Holocaust

Holocaust survivor Inge Auerbacher spoke to an audience of approximately 200 people about her experience living through the Holocaust in her keynote address for the Cummings/Hillel Program for Holocaust and Genocide Education on Wednesday night in the ASEAN Auditorium. Shoshana Weiner, one of two Cummings/Hillel interns for Holocaust and Genocide Education, opened the event and was followed by Rabbi Jeffrey […]

Tufts splits NESCAC games, thanks to Nowak’s last-minute goal

The women’s lacrosse team rebounded from Saturday’s heartbreaking 7-6 loss to No. 8 Amherst to defeat No. 9 Bates 6-5 on Tuesday in its last game on Bello Field this season. The Bates win brings No. 18 Tufts’ record to 7-6 overall and 3-5 in the NESCAC. Amherst is now tied with Colby for third in the […]

Women’s crew finishes off regular season strong ahead of New England Championships

The women’s crew team finished its final weekend of regular season competition this week with a pair of strong wins. The team won two out of three races to beat Middlebury in a head-to-head event on Saturday, continuing its dominance on the Malden River this season before coming in first out of five teams on Sunday to […]

Police Briefs — April 20

Vandalism Incident The Tufts University Police Department (TUPD) responded to a report of vandalism inside the Granoff Music Center at 11:20 a.m. on April 11. Red and black paint was found inside the elevator and the women’s bathroom. Facilities Services was informed of the incident and told to remove the vandalism. Fire Alarm TUPD and the […]

Students with different needs rely on resources from Student Accessibility Services

Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is hard to find unless you’re looking for it. Tucked into the Academic Resource Center (ARC), SAS helps students who have physical or learning disabilities and mental health needs, handle the arrangement of living accommodations, course accommodations, assistive technologies and service animals for them. According to its website, SAS aims to “create accessible […]