BlaQ(ueer) Magic event draws full house, aspiring poets

Tabias Wilson (LA ’13) returned to campus to speak about his book, “Godless Circumcisions: A Recollecting & Re-membering of Blackness, Queerness & Flows of Survivance,” where he was met with a full room inside the Granoff Music Center on the evening of Sept. 29. The event, titled, “BlaQ(ueer) Magic” was sponsored by the LGBT Center and the Africana […]

Jumbos to host Bobcats in Homecoming matchup

After rallying from behind in the fourth quarter last weekend to overcome a two touchdown deficit and defeat Wesleyan (0-1) under the lights during the team’s first ever night game, Tufts is now 1-0 and preparing for a matchup against Bates (0-1) on Saturday. Last year, Tufts eked out a 17-16 win at Bates in the fourth quarter thanks to […]

Jumbos clinch overtime victory against Brandeis, fall to Wesleyan

Tufts men’s soccer traveled to Brandeis on Saturday where the team pulled off a last-minute victory in the second half of overtime, extending their win streak to three. That streak ended on Tuesday, though, in a 1-0 defeat at home against Wesleyan. In the first half of the Wesleyan game, Tufts started aggressively and managed four shots within the […]

Residential Strategies Working Group proposes new housing plans on, off campus

The Residential Strategies Working Group (RSWG)  is now looking to implement its recommendations for student housing, which include offering more on-campus housing options for juniors and seniors, improving existing residential facilities and potentially charging different prices for different on-campus living arrangements. The RSWG initially presented its recommendations to University President Anthony Monaco and the Board […]