Sailing roster tested during competitive weekend

The Jumbos set sail for a busy weekend on Nov. 4–5, returning with impressive showings in numerous environments in both individual and team efforts. These regattas featured all along the East Coast, including two strong individual showings in sunny Florida. Senior Alp Rodopman and first-year Talia Toland competed at the highly competitive LaserPerformance Singlehanded Nationals at […]

Editorial: Tufts Career Center has room for improvement

College students are painfully aware of how much more difficult it is to get a job now compared to during our parents’ generation. Automation and mechanization mean that jobs lost in recessions often become extinct, while increasing global competition leads to a demand for higher-skilled people. This difficult environment has permeated the undergraduate sphere, with increasing […]

Op-Ed: The Democrats’ rift grows thanks to Donna Brazile

Donna Brazile’s Nov. 2 article for POLITICO was well-written, well-expressed and definitely a great promotion for her new book, “Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns That Put Donald Trump in the White House.” It was interesting to read the excerpt about her time as the interim chair of the Democratic Party after Debby […]

Eat Your Heart Out: Raspberry cream cheese cake

Every summer my family would travel to the local farms to pick our own berries. It was a tradition for us to pick gallons of fruit, which we then used to make our own jams. As such, we created recipes which incorporated our jams. This recipe for raspberry cream cheese cake falls under that category. […]

Citizen Shame: Slow and moderately angry

With the “Fast and Furious” (2001–) franchise in the news after the stunningly emotional feud between Tyrese Gibson and Dwayne ”The Rock” Johnson, it seems appropriate to revisit the series that went from a gritty crime thriller to a bizarre bonanza of all things bro in just eight movies. When Paul Walker got behind the wheel […]

Police Briefs: Week of Nov. 8

♫ It’s Raining Tiles ♫ The Tufts University Police Department (TUPD) received a report on Oct. 30 at half past midnight after ceiling tiles fell into a dorm room in Metcalf Hall. Facilities was notified about the problem and it was determined that a leak in the ceiling was the cause. The ceiling was repaired. […]

On the Spot: What we learned this super Sunday

It might be tempting to just write off the title race this season as completely done. Manchester City is, after all, eight points clear, scoring goals for fun with about a third of the season played. Kevin De Bruyne looks completely unplayable, and David Silva doesn’t seem to be slowing down his production rate for the […]