Columns

Postgame Press: Fan(tasy)hood

Being a fan means you get to be a part of an amazing community of people with whom you have a bond as soon as you see them at the game or on the street wearing a jersey. I see someone with my team’s hat and immediately feel a sense of kinship. But...

The Weekly Chirp: Staging season

How refreshing it is to arrive back on campus and watch all the starry-eyed first-years gallivanting from class to class, excited and eager to “discover themselves” and figure out “what life is all about.” Good luck with that. Many of my...

Red Star: A rule we ought to break

Tufts decided to require registration for all protests and demonstrations larger than 25 people. Rhetoric aside, this policy is clearly aimed at walkouts, mass demonstrations, picket lines and coordinated disruptions. They want to keep us safe from...

The Starving Aesthete: Vaporwaves

Our current music industry congealed in the swamps of 1950s capitalism, where due to the omnipresence of the vinyl record, music production required enterprise. The resources of record production were necessarily industrial, necessarily corporate...

Anita’s Angle: Miss America, but woke

In 2007, Miss Teen South Carolina, Caitlin Upton, went viral for her response to a question about why a fifth of Americans could not locate the U.S. on a world map. Under the blinding spotlight, 18-year-old Caitlin babbled nervously about “the...

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