Khuyen Bui is a member of the Class of 2017 who majored in computer science and a former columnist for The Tufts Daily. Khuyen can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The other night, an old buddy named Fear Of Missing Out, or FOMO, gave me a surprise visit. I was planning to go to a party with a group of good old friends starting at 9:30 p.m. I finished my work at 10 p.m., and by then I was a bit tired. Should I still […]
The other day, I was listening to a senior friend’s conundrum about two conflicting classes that she really wanted to take. One was an outdoor field trip class. She liked the professor and knew that she would do well in the class. The other was an advanced seminar for graduate students taught by a well-known professor […]
On this Commencement day, I am surrounded by lovely, strange creatures called “seniors” who are exhausted by going from one event to another. It must feel like freshman orientation again, being unsure of the schedule, frantically texting friends to coordinate where to meet while trying to answer parents’ 101 questions. Today, I am falling in […]
On Apr. 1, I saw on one of the most beautiful things I’ve seen in Tufts — the transformation of a place often thought of as the epitome of paperwork and bureaucracy into a place for genuine connection and inspiration. When we shared with our friends that the Art in April kickoff event would take place […]