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Senior Profile: Drew Latimer

Graduating senior Drew Latimer may be a Greek and Latin major, but he has also been taking many different courses outside of the Department of Classics. Having been a member of the Tufts Debate Society since his first year, Latimer has worked to...

Senior Profile: Neli Tsereteli

When Neli Tsereteli was applying to colleges as a student in the Republic of Georgia, she knew she wanted to attend school abroad. After a Google search and some online research, she found her way to Tufts. Tsereteli said that, although there is now...

Tufts by Numbers: What data knows

Digging through data this semester, I tried to expose stories that can usually only be found buried under covers of complex databases and meaningless numbers. By parsing data on topics like college tuition cost, class waiting lists and the illusive...

On Queer: On protest, on police

Monday, May 1 marked May Day 2017. May Day has for a long time played a strange, dual role in Western society. Some people view it as a celebration of spring, with maypoles and flower festivals. For others, it is International Workers’ Day....

Senior Profile: Tafari Duncan

Tafari Duncan, an engineering student majoring in computer science from Hartford, Conn., has always put a lot on his own plate. “I’ve involved myself in everything I could juggle,” Duncan said. “When I was graduating high...

On Queer: On space

Recently, we’ve come to realize that Rainbow House is quite small. Situated in Hillside Apartments, our apartment comes with eight bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and a common room. We are not wheelchair-accessible, and we have to sit on tables...

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