Carolina Reyes | Senior Thoughts

On March 11, 2014 Tufts announced its decision to raise tuition by nearly four percent to $61,000 next semester. Only weeks later on March 27, 2014, Tufts announced to the student body via an email entitled “Why is today #tuftsbestdayever?” that our tuition had “run out.”  However, just in case students thought this was a […]


Carolina Reyes | Senior Thoughts

When I started senior year, I found the prospect of searching for a job terrifying. I felt utterly unprepared, underqualified and up against a job market hostile towards recent graduates. Additionally, although the majority of my classmates were in a similar situation, I felt completely isolated in my struggle as job hunting isn’t candidly discussed […]


Carolina Reyes | Senior Thoughts

The Daily yesterday reported Tufts’ announcement to raise tuition and fees by nearly four percent to $61,000 for next semester, meaning that Tufts will be the second most expensive college in Massachusetts.    The 2013-2023 Tufts Strategic plan states “Tufts, like almost every other elite college and university in the country, has published costs of […]


Carolina Reyes | Senior Thoughts

A group of about 50 to 60 students purchased nearly all the alcohol in Hotung’s mini-fridge on Jan. 24  to illustrate the need, and desire, for a space on campus for those of legal age to drink. Currently Hotung Caf?© is the only place to “get a drink” on campus. The reason only a single location […]


Carolina Reyes | Senior Thoughts

The average woman spends about a year of her life worrying about calories and her weight (over an average 67 years of lifetime this equates to 355 days), according to an article that appeared in The Daily Mail on June 26, 2013. In the months preceding my arrival to campus freshman year – in the […]


Carolina Reyes | Senior Thoughts

Returning to my final semester at Tufts is difficult. It is bittersweet, as people say. I am excited to enjoy all of the perks of being a senior – free Tufts paraphernalia and Senior Pub Nights – but radically adjusting my lifestyle, accepting new responsibilities and leaving a place that I have happily called home […]


‘Sacred Pages: Conversations on the Qur’an’ exhibits Bostonian interpretations

Hidden in the depths of the Art of Asia, Oceania and Africa wing of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston , “Scared Pages: Conversations on the Qur’an” provides visitors with the opportunity to explore the teachings of the Quran within rich artistic and historical contexts. The exhibit features an informative written and audio commentary provided […]


‘Sacred Pages: Conversations on the Qur’an’ exhibits Bostonian interpretations

Hidden in the depths of the Art of Asia, Oceania and Africa wing of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston , “Scared Pages: Conversations on the Qur’an” provides visitors with the opportunity to explore the teachings of the Quran within rich artistic and historical contexts. The exhibit features an informative written and audio commentary provided […]


Newbury Street gallery impresses

The International Poster Gallery — located across the street from Zara and French Connection on Newbury Street — provides visitors with breathtaking visuals and food for thought. The gallery was founded nearly 20 years ago by Jim Lapides, a businessman whose search for decorations for his home and office turned him into a collector of […]


Event Review | ‘Fashion Forward’ at Institute of Contemporary Art an entertaining evening

The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) opened its doors on Oct. 4 to visitors ages 21 and over for its second “First Friday” event of the year. This month’s “First Friday” – which featured a “Fashion Forward” theme – included a fashion presentation with pieces from Louis Boston, a preeminent Boston-based boutique, as well as […]


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