Tufts Bikes’ fix-it stand aims to make campus more bike-accessible

After several months of research and cost negotiations, a new bike repair stand stationed outside Mayer Campus Center opened to the public last monday, April 18. Tufts Bikes President Claire Stone, a junior, says it has already seen some use. The stand cost $3864, $2864 of which was paid for by Tufts Community Union (TCU) Senate out of the supplementary […]

Jumbo Votes works to reform local voting system, bring elephantine numbers to the polls

In the midst of primary election season, the newly renamed Tisch College of Civic Life (Tisch College), formerly Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service, and a number of on-campus political groups such as Cooperation and Innovation in Citizenship (CIVIC), Tufts Democrats, Tufts Republicans, Tufts Votes and the Tufts chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) […]

Tufts students take to the polls on Super Tuesday

Students who are registered to vote in the state of Massachusetts headed to the polls yesterday to cast their ballots in the state’s primary election. Massachusetts was one of 13 states and one territory to hold primaries and caucuses on the day known as “Super Tuesday.” In Massachusetts, former Secretary of State and New York Senator Hillary Clinton (D) won the […]

Jumbo Vote 2016 seeks to increase voter registration on campus

The Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service and a coalition of on-campus political organizations launched Jumbo Vote 2016 this semester, a new initiative to increase voting among Tufts students. Leaders of several on-campus organizations and Tisch College faculty members met on Jan. 27 to discuss first steps and lay the foundation for the initiative’s future work. Organizations involved with the effort […]