Columns

The Equalizer: Where US Men’s soccer stands today

United States Men’s Soccer fans walking away from Red Bull Arena on the night of Sept. 1 had only one thought on their minds: how is this team going to qualify for the 2018 World Cup? Costa Rica, playing in its usual 5–4–1, outfought and...

Looking Out: The future we can’t ignore

There are currently multiple companies that have created computer programs capable of replacing a team of lawyers and paralegals with a computer program and a few lawyers. There are firms that are testing programs capable of doing...

The Weekly Chirp: First-years and flamingos

A returning Tufts student may arrive on campus with many thoughts, feelings and desires, many of which differ greatly from the year before. But alas, one experience of our fall beginnings will never change: the mass congregations of first-years. The...

Art-á-Porter: Yet another tribute to Rei Kawakubo

In light of the recent gala at the Metropolitan Museum in New York, I thought that it would be great to end this semester with a celebration of designer Rei Kawakubo. After all, “dulcis in fundo.” The Japanese designer started one of the most...

Vinny’s Variety Pack: The Big Finale

This is my last column ever for The Tufts Daily *cue sad music.* I’ve been informed that it won’t print until Commencement where “hundreds of parents will read it, so you better not be inappropriate again.” Oops, wasn’t supposed to include...

Looking In: Order

This year has been a challenge to order. Whether you like the current order or not, at least it exists. We live in order, not in chaos. The existence of an order is not pre-ordained and there are places without it. A challenge to order can be a...

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