Margaret Gorguissian is a contributing writer for Arts. She is a first year and can be reached at Margaret.Gorguissian@tufts.edu.


Semester kickoff horoscopes

Feeling a little lost during your first week of classes? Get some spiritual guidance from your semester kickoff horoscope. Aries You may feel yourself a bit more agitated than normal, dear Aries. Channel all that excess energy into new creative pursuits, or let yourself take long walks and explore the areas around campus. Trying to […]


Artsy horoscopes

ARIES The new moon last week ushered in a new month, and it’s your time to thrive, Aries. Use any aggressiveness that might be stewing inside to square up to your self-doubt, and confront the bad habits that are holding you back from where you need to be. This is your season, Aries, and red […]


Tufts Drama and Dance production of ‘Venus in Fur’ impresses

Written by David Ives, “Venus in Fur” premiered on Broadway in 2011 and was well received by critics, earning a Tony nomination for Best Play. Containing a play within a play, the storyline involves a blending of realities as actress Vanda Jordan auditions for the role of Wanda von Dunayev in writer/director Thomas Novachek’s production […]


‘Familia Feud’ successful showcase of talent at Tufts

Tufts’ Association of Latin American Students (ALAS) put on its annual culture show, titled “Familia Feud,” last Saturday evening in Cohen Auditorium. The show featured singing, dancing, spoken word and skits and was packed with entertaining and emotionally-charged performances. True to its title, the culture show included three amusing student-made videos parodying the popular game show […]


Swipe left on Apatow’s ‘Love’

Judd Apatow, icon of the ‘bromantic comedy,’ has joined creative forces with Lesley Arfin and Paul Rust to tackle the complexity of modern dating in a new Netflix original series, “Love” (2016 – present). The series, which is akin to the Aziz Ansari comedy “Master of None” (2015 – present) and even more so to HBO’s “Girls” (2012 – present), […]


Iran: WOMEN ONLY photo exhibit review

MIT’s Center for International Studies opened a photo exhibit showcasing life in the Republic of Iran on February 3rd. The exhibit, titled “IRAN: WOMEN ONLY” includes work from photographer Randy H. Goodman’s time in the Republic during three historical moments: the hostage crisis, the Iran-Iraq war, and the signing of the Iran nuclear agreement. On […]


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