‘Rob and Chyna’ unmemorable, disappoints

Once word got out that Rob Kardashian had shacked up with, proposed to and impregnated the ex-wife of his youngest sister’s current boyfriend (it’s fine, don’t worry about it), it would have been borderline irresponsible if E! hadn’t decided to make a spinoff featuring the beautiful parents-to-be. However, the first episode of “Rob and Chyna,” […]

Herzog’s new documentary delves into digital world

Werner Herzog’s new documentary “Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World” (2016), which originally premiered on Jan. 23 at the Sundance Festival, takes its name from the first message sent from one networked computer to another. A connection between a computer at University of California, Los Angeles and one at Stanford University crashed before the […]

Alum calls for Asian-American representation in Hollywood with #StarringJohnCho campaign

In a “Friends” (1994-2004)–like setting, a group of freshly-commenced graduates gathers in a Manhattan apartment, laughing about a recently botched date with one of the characters, Deb. The plotline repeats a familiar tune. Another character, Chris, complains to his friends about how he is going to tell his parents he’s dating a girl they won’t approve […]

Men’s crew expects growth from talented novice eight

The men’s crew team is still riding the momentum from its strong spring season as it gears up for the start of fall racing in a few weeks. The Jumbos raked in the medals at both the New England Championships in April and at the National Invitational Rowing Championship (NIRCs). Overall, it was a season of growth and accomplishment for […]

Waka Flocka Flame to headline Fall Fest

Hip-hop artist Waka Flocka Flame and DJ Whoo Kid will headline this year’s newly named Fall Fest, Tufts University Concert Board announced at Fall Gala on Sept. 9. The show will take place in the Carzo Cage at 8 p.m. on Oct. 1, with doors opening at 7 p.m. and closing at 8:30 p.m, according to Concert Board Co-Chair Alex Mitchell. […]

Boston Avenue shuttle adds Whole Foods, Campus Center stops to route

The Boston Avenue shuttle has expanded its route to include stops at Whole Foods Market at 2151 Mystic Valley Parkway and the Mayer Campus Center this academic year. According to Tufts Fleet/Transportation Manager Andrea Breault, the Whole Foods stop was added to provide students with another accessible option for purchasing food in addition to those on campus and in Davis Square. Breault added […]

Tufts golf places fifth in season opener

Men’s golf showed no rust heading into its season debut tournament this weekend at the Detrick Invitational, in which they finished fifth out of 11. Despite having never played a round at Indian Hill Golf Club, it did not take long for the team to feel at home at the tournament hosted by Trinity College. Tri-captains junior Taylor Nordan and senior […]

Field hockey upsets top ten team in 2-0 start to season

Field hockey is already off to a solid 2-0 start in its first week of play this season. In their season debut, the No. 12 Tufts handily knocked off Colby in Maine on Saturday by a 6-2 margin before traveling again on Tuesday to edge out a tough No. 10 Babson team 2-1.  Tufts was confident in its ability […]

Office of Community Relations hires co-director, expands scope to include SMFA neighborhoods

When Tufts acquired the School of the Museum of Fine Arts on July 1, 2016, the staff at Tufts’ Office of Community Relations knew that they would need to build positive relationships with Boston’s Mission Hill and The Fenway neighborhoods, where the SMFA at Tufts is located. The Office of Community Relations, which works to develop and maintain relationships with each Tufts […]