Sadhya Garg is a contributing writer at The Tufts Daily. She is a first-year who can be reached at sadhya.garg@tufts.edu


Tennis exceeds expectations in lively, impressive concert

Despite bouts of influenza, trips to the hospital and fainting fits in Whole Foods, husband and wife duo Tennis managed to deliver a smashing performance at the Royale on Jan. 21. The night began with an impressive set by opening act Overcoats: a female duo that specializes in electropop blended with folk and indie influences. The […]


Tennis EP ‘We Can Die Happy’ marks a departure from duo’s earlier sound

Just eight months after the release of their fourth album “Yours Conditionally,” husband and wife duo Tennis are back at it with their most recent EP, “We Can Die Happy.” Featuring catchy riffs, profound lyrics and Alaina Moore’s ethereal vocals, the group’s five track release is an impressive creation, and it highlights the duo’s growth since their […]


Alice Smith impresses in passionate performance for Gardner’s RISE concert series

Oct. 12 saw R&B singer Alice Smith deliver an astounding performance to a sold out Calderwood Hall. The concert was the second performance of the 2017–18 RISE concert series, put on by the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and Berklee College of Music. A unique venue, Calderwood Hall is built like a cube, with first floor seating and […]


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