Not much to keep up with on this week’s ‘Kardashians’

It had been a long, hard seven weeks as dedicated “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” (2007–Present) viewers waited on the edge of their seats for the end of the season 12 hiatus. But finally, on Oct. 23, the anticipation ended and the Kardashian-Jenner clan was back on the small screen. And what a dud of a […]

Runway Roundup: Shiny is a color, right?

This is so true! 😂 #ProjectRunway — Project Runway (@ProjectRunway) October 21, 2016 Like the first episode of this season of “Project Runway”(2004–present), this week’s show starts off with a party that — surprise!  — isn’t actually a party but an excuse to introduce the week’s challenge. The designers sip cocktails out of Absolut […]

Editorial: Upholding transgender anti-discrimination in Massachusetts

This summer, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed a vital anti-discrimination law intended to protect the rights of transgender individuals in public spaces. The new law, which went into effect on Oct. 1, protects a transgender person’s right to use the public restrooms, locker rooms and changing rooms that are consistent with their gender identity — regardless of what is […]

The Echo Chamber: Is college worth it?

We’ve tackled the costs of college and the merits of a vocational education, but we haven’t yet tackled the big question — is college even worth it in the first place? To find out, let’s take a step outside The Echo Chamber. For many, college has always been the obvious choice — almost 70 percent of U.S. high school […]

Jumbos finish fourth at New Englands, Elliot receives individual honors

Men’s golf placed fourth in its final tournament of the fall season, the 82nd Annual New England Intercollegiate Golf Association (NEIGA) Championships this past weekend. Senior tri-captain Owen Elliot paced the Jumbos for a third consecutive week, finishing tied for third overall. Elliot’s two-round score of 149 left him one shot shy of the leaders and a […]

The Coin Toss: NBA season predictions

Welcome to The Coin Toss, where I make some bold, unlikely predictions every week about some of your favorite professional sports. First, a quick recap of last week. I had the Browns topping their season high in total offense. They didn’t perform horribly against the Bengals, but their 352 yards were about 80 short of my […]

Jumbos net second out of 17 at Oberg Trophy Regatta

Despite strong winds and tumultuous racing conditions, the sailing team competed in five regattas around the Boston area and throughout New England this weekend, earning high rankings in most of its races. The co-ed team sent crews to race in the Midweek Firefly Invite at MIT, the Oberg Trophy at Northeastern, the Central Series at Boston College and […]

The Tufts Daily Show: Clinton’s discarded jokes

On Thursday night, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton put their differences aside in order to attend the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, an annual fundraiser for Catholic charities. As is tradition at the dinner, the two presidential candidates (that matter) each roasted the other. Secretary Clinton went the traditional comedic route, while Trump gave a […]

Group of Six peer leaders facilitate greater communication, solidarity

For Christin Mujica, a peer leader at the Latino Center and a former peer leader at the LGBT Center, the fact that the two centers share Bolles House at 226 College Ave. has been a convenient way for her to find community. However, as someone who identifies as both queer and Latina, Mujica, a senior, recognized that not everyone feels comfortable […]