Ming Chow wins award for outstanding teaching

Ming Chow, a senior lecturer in the Department of Computer Science, has won this year’s Lerman-Neubauer Prize for Outstanding Teaching and Advising. The award is given annually to a professor in the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering, according to an announcement by the School of Engineering. Dean of Arts and Sciences James […]


Jumbos take two out-of-three from Polar Bears

The Jumbos (18-12) concluded their 12-game road trip this weekend by traveling to Pickard Field in Brunswick, Maine for a three-game swing against their NESCAC East rivals, the Bowdoin Polar Bears (24-8). Although the Polar Bears entered the series on a 12-game winning streak, the Jumbos won two out of three games to keep their […]


New study abroad course offerings available during summer session

For the first time, Tufts will be offering two study abroad programs for students during the summer 2017 session. “Rome in Focus: Philosophy & Photography in the Eternal City” is a new course offered by the Department of Philosophy, while “Bridging Venice” is a course that was previously only offered at the School of the Museum of […]


Jumbos close out regular season with four losses, gear up for NESCAC quarterfinals

The Jumbos closed out the regular season on Wednesday with a 19-15 loss against the Bowdoin Polar Bears. Last Saturday, Tufts also lost to Wesleyan in a thrilling 17-16 game in which Wesleyan took the lead in the last 30 seconds of the game. Despite a four-game losing streak to end the regular season, the Jumbos posted a […]


Jumbos to battle Bobcats for NESCAC East supremacy

After taking two out of three games at home this past weekend against the Bowdoin Polar Bears (12-15), the Jumbos (22-5-1) are just a game behind the Bates Bobcats (13-8) in the NESCAC East Division. Additionally, Tufts is now ranked No. 10 in the country. In Sunday’s series finale, the Jumbos fell to the Polar Bears in a low-scoring 3-2 contest. Both teams remained scoreless […]


Police Briefs – April 28

Due Dates A student sent in a report to the Tufts University Police Department (TUPD) at 12:41 p.m. on April 20 after finding that a book he had bought online from the bookstore was marked as active property of Tufts. Earlier on, the student thought he had misplaced some of his history textbooks from the library, […]


Tufts.io: An archive for student websites, computer science projects

When senior Richard Kim interned at Google last summer, he was fascinated by one of the features of their Wi-Fi network. According to Kim, a computer science major, the “go/” feature at Google allowed interns and employees to create web pages for one another that exist only on the Google Wi-Fi network. Pages such as “go/imstarving” […]


Spring Fling lineup raises questions about dynamics between black artists and largely non-black audiences

This year’s Spring Fling will have the first all-black lineup since 1982, when Clarence Clemons and the Red Bank Rockers and Chubby Checker performed at Tufts. The 2017 lineup, which originally consisted of T-Pain, Tinashe and Aminé, was selected amid complaints about inadequate race representation among performers at the annual concert. When the original lineup was […]


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