Brit Marling’s ‘The OA’ is more than its mysteries

2016 was another immensely successful year for Netflix original series. The streaming service launched over two dozen new programs throughout the year, ranging from the smash hit “Stranger Things” to the buzzed-about biopic “The Crown.” On Dec. 16, 2016 while critics and bloggers were putting together their end-of-year lists, another program unlike the rest quietly premiered: “The […]


Medford environmental groups form new Green Coalition

The City of Medford is forming the Go Green Medford Coalition to coordinate activities among active environmental groups in the city. Mayor Stephanie Burke announced the coalition on Jan. 3 in a press release, and several public meetings have been held to lay groundwork for the collaboration. The coalition will be led by the Medford Energy and Environment Committee, which […]


Jumbos remain undefeated, extend win streak to 9

Over the weekend, the Jumbos extended their domination of the NESCAC, tallying two wins over Wesleyan and Conn. College to remain the only undefeated team in the league and extending their win streak to nine. On Friday, the Jumbos overcame the Wesleyan Cardinals 77-73 in front of a huge crowd at Cousens Gym in what […]


Jumbos pick up wins in Conn. to remain unbeaten

Tufts racked up two more victories on the road against conference opponents in the state of Connecticut this weekend to remain unbeaten. The team’s record improves to 18-0 overall and 6-0 against NESCAC opponents. This run also matches the longest win streak that the team had last year on its way to the National Championship final. […]


No. 13 Tufts takes down Wheaton to begin spring semester

This semester started off with a win for the Men’s Swimming and Diving team. On Jan. 21, the Jumbos traveled to Norton, Mass. to take on Wheaton College. Tufts defeated Wheaton 172-122, the team’s swimmers raced well throughout the meet and the divers put on solid performances. In that meet, Tufts swimmers took first place in races like […]


Women’s March caps days of D.C. protests against Donald Trump

Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in the nation’s capital last Saturday to demonstrate against the administration of President Donald Trump, as part of the Women’s March on Washington. More than 500,000 people are believed to have attended the march in Washington, D.C., according to the Associated Press. More than 600 sister marches were held in other […]


Tufts students march in Boston Women’s March for America

Tens of thousands of people marched through Downtown Boston for the Boston Women’s March for America on Saturday, in protest of President Donald Trump’s inauguration the day prior. The march, according to its website, was inspired by the Women’s March on Washington, with the mission of “[uniting] in Boston to march in solidarity with communities most […]


FOCUS faces probation for alcohol-related incidents last fall

Every August, about 200 first-years flock to Medford five days before orientation begins to participate in Tufts’ popular Freshman Orientation CommUnity Service (FOCUS) pre-orientation program, according to Director of Campus Life Joe Golia. For some of these first-year participants as well as upperclassmen who participate in the program as support staff, leaders and coordinators, FOCUS is a significant part of their campus […]


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