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The 617: Race for governor

In Massachusetts, the race for state governor has been in full swing for almost a year. Massachusetts has had a history of electing Republican governors. Of the state’s four most recently elected governors including Governor Charlie Baker,...

Is This Thing On?: What’s in a [stage] name?

Some singers were born with names that were simply made for the stage. I’m talking about the Beyoncés, the Rihannas, the Biebers. But for the rest of Hollywood, choosing the perfect title is as much about personal style as it is about...

The Tuftonian Dream: The missing piece

When you were young, maybe you had a dream. You were going to fly to the moon, pass EC 5, cure cancer. Then you grew up. You cut your hair, chose your major, changed your outlook. You changed a lot, but did you change your dream? First-year Jessie...

Anita’s Angle: The great divide

Every school has its cliques. The high school in “Mean Girls” had its desperate wannabes, burnouts and the infamous “Plastics,” conveniently identified by which table they chose to sit at during lunch hour. At Tufts, social groups...

The Equalizer: Cordeiro wins, the revolution loses

U.S. soccer fans can stop holding their breath. After three rounds of voting at the Annual General Meeting in Orlando, Fla., Carlos Cordeiro was elected by voting delegates to the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) presidency, ending an...

The Art of Games: Short games deserve more love

Both “DOOM” and “Titanfall 2” are first-person shooters that released in 2016 to critical acclaim. Both are violent romps with an over-the-top story. Both are fast-paced and fun. But I look back much more fondly upon my time...

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